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3-09-2012 @ 4:44PM
Not "Paladins and warriors had too much of it" but "Paladins had too much of it"You guys ruined block. Warrior block was just fine, and still is, by comparison.
3-09-2012 @ 5:12PM
Yeah. You and your damn Bentley making us look bad. You should've been happy with the Rolls Royce I got stuck with.I'm sorry, but warriors complaining that their block isn't as OP as a paladin's just makes me think of a spoiled housewife complaining how terrible her life is with the (in her mind)substandard maid service she is receiving.
3-09-2012 @ 5:55PM
New official feud! Move over Mages and Warlocks. Step aside Boomkins and Shadowpriests. PALLYS AND WARRIORS ARE COMING TO KNOCK BUILDINGS OVER!
3-09-2012 @ 6:25PM
It's Warrior vs Paladin: The Musical, all over again!Seriously, if you haven't watched it, go look for it on YouTube. I'll wait.You back? Ok, then we can get back on the subject.Mr. Rossi, all trolling aside, I'll respectfully disagree.Paladins were OP through this expansion, yes, but my co-tank (a warrior) has been block-capped for a while now. Which makes it kinda funny, since she can crit block too. It's not just us! :)
3-09-2012 @ 6:35PM
Except warrior block was brutally overpowered in T12, far more so than it was for paladins, and the only reason why it's not as much an issue in T13, where any competent raiding warrior is CTC capped, is that most of the attacks that cause tank death, impales, hours of twilight, void bolts, and focused assaults, aren't blockable. The only point where paladin mastery was an advantage over warrior mastery was early T11.
3-09-2012 @ 6:37PM
A block capped warrior with crit block on top of that is fine?Paladins didn't ruin anything. We worked with what we were given. It's not our fault our mastery implementation is lazy and boring.
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