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3-17-2012 @ 6:05PM
I'll get right to the point: I don't want a banner. Arms is the only class that can even remotely link with it due to the whole Blademaster link, but has nothing to do thematically with the rest of the Warrior. Like, nothing. At all.Besides that, it's not like you carry the banner, you drop it. Stupid.I just plain don't like the idea.
3-17-2012 @ 8:09PM
I don't know that I'm totally sold on the 'banner' concept, but what do *you* think would make a compelling new Warrior mechanic (ie. not a shout or a charge)? And don't say 'the ability to self-heal like five Resto Druids'...
3-17-2012 @ 9:41PM
Make the banner into a shout. Quite simply, I just don't want a banner. Shouting is one of the things that is iconic for the Warrior, and it makes sense. The Taunting banner is Stoneclaw Totem, seriously. I don't want that. Shouting and then seeing the Crit rating goes up is much better imho. If you're talking about an entirely brand new ability, I'd enjoy seeing a maim ability where we Chains of Ice basically, only it does decent damage. Think Heroic Throw + Hamstring.
3-18-2012 @ 11:07AM
So...your brand new move is chains of ice, basically? That's thinking outside the box.
3-18-2012 @ 2:03PM
Warbanners have been part of warfare for thousands of yearsYou can dislike it, but claiming that it's silly and has no link to warriors is ridiculous
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