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3-21-2012 @ 8:09AM
I'm most interested to hear about the many changes to warlocks. They are getting a pretty major redesign. I'm a little concerned about how they will balance with their new resource systems, and I'm curious just how much destruction warlocks will have to grease the palms of their healers to stay alive. And what was the reasoning behind demon form's armor buff? Will it be useful in PvE, or is it to help us counter rogues in PvP? Lots of questions.
3-21-2012 @ 8:20AM
I'm super curious about Warlocks as well. I don't play one, but my sister does. I might have to have her help me check out Destruction because that resource system sounds soooooo cool.
3-21-2012 @ 8:43AM
Same, I'll be copying over my lock to play with the new resource systems. I don't want to spend the initial days after launch standing around Orgrimmar trying to figure out what the heck I'm doing.
3-21-2012 @ 9:54AM
I'm interested in Locks. Warlock is my main and I typically play either destro or demo. Since affliction is the only spec staying even remotely the same, I'm a bit concerned. I've never gotten the hang of affliction or I've always been able to out dps aff on destro or demo. I'm wary of my two strong specs changing so greatly.
3-21-2012 @ 9:48AM
Same here. My "other main" is a warlock and I'm super curious about the new resource systems, specifically Destruction, since that's what I play. Of course with Demonology getting Metamorphosis at level 10....I might be spending a lot more time in that spec... So I'll most likely copy my warlock over.
3-21-2012 @ 11:40AM
Warlocks have a fairly solid set of talents that provide damage reduction or self healing soul link and soul leach come to mind couple that with destructions uped mana regeneration meaning less life taping and with any luck the impact from having alot of embers stacks will be minimum
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