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4-04-2012 @ 2:43PM
How very disappointing. Main'd as Shadow this year as my guild was full up on tanks, now I'm glad for two things: that I experienced the best damn Shadow patch in the game's history, and that I've picked ther perfect time to focus on a new main (Brewmaster).Talk about oversimplifying a simple class. "Three DoTs and orb management are hard!" ...in any case there's better be some changes and surprises in store. I will concede, at least, that there are more options now than ever for playing Shadow as an effective support class. I'm just not interested in sacrificing everything that made Shadow so much DoT-juggling, Tarecgosa-weilding, Mega-MBlast-Crit fun, if that's the price to pay for our return to "utility". I'm already a GM and RL, if I wanted to be any more supportive I'd take a healing role in the first place. *shudder*
4-04-2012 @ 6:32PM
This is kind of confusing to me ... the shadow priest playstyle right now is about as simple as it can get - the changes mentioned here are quite neutral in terms of additional/less buttons to press or procs/other spells to take notice of.
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