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3-27-2012 @ 12:46AM
Kaga, here's a thorough breakdown of what Demo warlocks are currently constructed to do in Mists and what the glyph does in Mists: http://us.battle.net/wow/en/forum/topic/4254517075?page=1#1It screams "tank" from one end to the other. In addition, since changing glyphs isn't possible in the middle of combat, it's not feasible to use it as a "situational emergency button type thing", so the only idiot here is you. The rest of us actually did some research around said data mining and constructed our arguments on what was presented like normal, rational people.What they've done is create a glyph and an entire system of functioning (Metamorphosis, Nether Plating(!)) that is essentially a gimmick. GC says "character customization" but no one playing DPS wants to hamper their DPS using their signature ability on the off-chance that the tank might go down and they have to take over. It's not just a gimmick. It's a stupid gimmick. Why waste developer time and space on such a thing? The natural assumption is that they're not wasting time but are, instead, adding the option to tank which is not only an innovative idea but one that contributes to the game as a whole since tanks are the bottleneck in the LFD and LFR queues and another spec is a bonus to everyone.Try thinking before posting next time.
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