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The Care and Feeding of Warriors: The state of the class {WoW}

Jan 7th 2012 7:24PM Great, I've been waiting for a tanking guide from you! I have relatively good gear waiting for me to get the confidence and try it out. Problem is I always want to be at least good before I even do anything. You know, have the bace knowledge that what I'm doing is correct and best. I just don't know what stats I should reforge and gem to and how much. It's so easy with arms, I just use and have that 8% hit and 26 exp and reforge haste to something better. Anyway, I've been playing as arms since I created my Forsaken warrior. It's nice to feel some love for us who enjoy to play arms. Luckily I've always been able to raid as arms but have hoped for some dps balance between arms and fury. Maybe we get nerfed next. :)

12 Days of Winter Veil Giveaway: BlizzCon Exclusive Murkablo {WoW}

Dec 15th 2011 6:10PM My little friend! Where have you been?

Balancing class strength and flavor {WoW}

Mar 13th 2010 8:00AM Is this some raid thing? Envying other classes abilities. I understand that people want to be best and do their best with their favorite class, beign able to perform to the top. I guess this goes then little of the topic.

I'd love more uniqueness to every class and talent tree. There is definitely something done right when people are interested rolling many of the classes, some even all of them. I think the idea that playing every class is different from another and have their own input in raid/party. That rolling a warrior tank and a paladin tank gives you the feeling of enough difference but still of course able to do the task. Where's the fun of rolling both classes if you think/feel they are too similar? I know there is difference but I'd hope it to be even more significant.

I have envied some abilities when I first saw them and thought "Wow how cool is that!". But I just roll that class if I think it's cool and fun enough to play. I don't want that ability to another class. When I was leveling my warrior I envied my friends rogue when I had to clear my path trough mobs (aggroing more) just to reach that one I needed for quest. When you see Death Grip you think it's really cool and then you roll a DK to try it out. Guess I've played my warrior too long when leveling my DK I miss Charge and have difficulty of getting used to grap mobs to me instead of charging to them. Oh well.

The Care and Feeding of Warriors: I cannot see the future Page 2 {WoW}

Mar 13th 2010 7:25AM "Frankly, the Bladestorm nerf is a minor one, albeit an extremely annoying minor one. Granted, it means that opposing rogues, warriors and sometimes hunters (ah, hunters, the Y's of WoW) will be able to turn the major source of "And now YOU DIE" available to arms warriors in PvP into "Whee, I'm a pretty ballerina watch me spin"."

I totally agree with you. This change made me sad. I don't pvp but I love my warrior and Bladestorm. This change just rips off the feeling of uniqueness from our iconic ability. This doesn't effect me in pve but just the thought of it... How someone could just grap a weapon from the hands of my spinning ballerina of death and make her helplessly spin around unable to stop... /cry

I just hate the thought that rogues now lol to us but at least we can still make those mages wet their dresses when we rip them apart. Yeah I'll never forget what Mr. Rossi once wrote: "Seriously, though, Bladestorm? I love you. Warlocks and Mages? I love to kill you. It's so funny when you guys try and fear or freeze me and I turn into a spinning ballerina of death performing the Nutcracker atop your chopped up bodies."
It's pure love when you are farming first time in Wintergrasp or doing world event achievements and some caster chooses to target you. Like I said I don't really pvp but at least they go down first. :) So maybe there's still some magic left if I just ignore those laughing rogues.