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2-24-2012 @ 7:41PM
As for what Blizzard can do about it: use the Talent and Glyph options to allow players to tune their strengths.Say, a specific talent and glyph set results in the highest sustained damage but reduces burst. Another set might add single target burst but cut down on AoE. And so on.Allowing players to choose their strengths and weaknesses independently of the spec would allow them to keep the spec they want - and thus the play style they prefer - without having to sacrifice performance.BTW, the new talent system makes this way easier to do in MoP than in any previous expansion.
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