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3-31-2012 @ 6:21PM
Personally I was not a fan of the enrage requirement for Raging Blow. Unless you get very good gear as fury it was difficult to be able to reliably use it as part of your rotation. Does the addition of Wild Strike make the rotation feel less bland than it is on live? I've had had long streaks happen for myself where all I could do is hit Bloodthirst and Heroic Strike when waiting for Beserker Rage to come off CD or an Enrage to proc. I loved TG fury back in Wrath but in Cata it has felt like such a slow, plodding playstyle. I hope something can be done to address this and bring it back to its more furious roots.
4-01-2012 @ 2:17AM
I really don't get why people say it's bland now. And I've been finding several people saying that now too.I like the way fury's rotation is right now. It feels tight and fast paced like I imagine a dual-wielding berserk would be like...when one has ample rage. The only reason it may feel slow at times is not the moves themselves, but the way rage generation has changed in Cata. If it was closer to how rage was generated in wrath, I imagine there would be much less downtime. I hate those auto attack missing streaks one gets that makes you wait 5 seconds before being able to hit anything due to lack of rage. That's the only thing I see it being lacking at the moment.And yeah, giving Wrath version of rage generation back may again arise the gear scaling issue. But I thought that one of the reasons for removing the talents would let them fine tune our damage better, so that point would be moot. I think they should do that rather than redoing rage....again....Not only that, but from the sound of how it is now in the MoP beta, those streaks of downtime might be even more frequent. Even though I will reserve some judgement till I try it for myself at level 90, I am not looking forward to how much they have changed Fury. From Mr. Rossi's description, they're trying to make it feel like the waltz-tempo-ed arms, whether intentionally or not. I like that Fury felt unique compared to arms and am a little sad that it is being changed so drastically.
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