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3-08-2012 @ 11:42PM
I agree with omedon666. It's understandable to do some tweaking with a class or a spec here and there, but a complete redesign every expansion gets "not fun". If you like learning your class all over again, you could always change your spec... ???There have definitely been some great quality of life improvements. I don't miss the old soul shards. I don't miss 2-minute seals. I love that my rogue can use one-handed axes. I really love choosing a spec at level 10. I guess for me, the fun in Warcraft is interacting with the world rather than theorycrafting and min/maxing every step of the way. Mists will be my third expansion, and I'm feeling like an old, old dude. Instead of energized and excited, I'm a little bit worried that Mists will be the expansion where I won't be able to program my VCR. No wait... I won't be able to install Windows 98 on my 386. No, dammit, what do I mean... I won't be able to reddit on my Facebook?
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