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Apr 4th 2012 11:35AM Up was pretty touching indeed.
Apr 4th 2012 11:29AM I would definately jump up a char (maybe two if my wife's willing to budget it in) to L80 or L85 for 20€ a pop.
Apr 4th 2012 11:25AM For me it's rogue (I can already stealth on my druid main), priest (i can already heal on my druid main), warrior (I already have to suffer the rage mechanic on my druid main), warlock and mage (you can see where this is going)...
That said. When I put my mind to it, I quite like my rogue, priest, warrior, mage alts. Mage is L78 now. Warrior L83, but purely on merit of NOT tanking w him (unless it means popping on a shield, going Defensive Stance, taunting the boss and hunkering down behind Shield Wall after the tank has gone splat).
Paladin is a special breed. I can't get my head around Retribution, but LOVE Prot tanking (no Rage-bar ! They start angry!). It's hard to prioritize playing him OR my disc priest because I don't like dropping groups when I'm tank or healer (replacing a dps is easy). So that makes them hover around the Outland range until I get a nice long block of playtime.
Right now I'm intent on getting my Warrior to L85 before Mists.
During Mists I'll probably level my L35 Lock as tank (it WILL happen dammit! :p).
Apr 4th 2012 10:04AM The Description of Wild Totems made me think of
Aura: Totemic Empowerment The power of your totems can no longer be contained. The power of the elements now pulsates from you, greatly increasing the power of the totems placed *within 10 yards*.
Each totem would have to be effected differently instead of gaining a flat increase, or something like FET would become too powerful. It could also not work with talented totems such as Healing Tide Totem, so the talented totems become required.
Apr 3rd 2012 1:41PM @eel5pe
"People who want to tank will tank. I don't think that additional tanking classes will significantly increase the number of tanks in the game."
There is of course the people who want to tank, but don't like the current tanking classes and "rotations". I for one don't enjoy Warrior-tanking and Bear-tanking because of Rage preventing me from hitting Thunder Clap or Thrash when I need to, nor DK-tanking because of the Runes (though less than Rage-tanks). In that same vein I love my pally-tank because of the multitude of highly available AoE attacks (HotR, AS, HW, Cons mana permitting, ...).
From how I experienced it so far. Lock tanking seems to have an interesting flavour that I wouldn't mind seeing fleshed out further.
I for one have set my 'lock (L35 atm) as my next level-up alt and I'm getting the glyph asap!
Apr 3rd 2012 4:56AM Reminds me of a Naked Gun quote:
"Like a blind man in a whorehouse, I was going to have feel my way in"
Aaah Drebin, when will you ever learn :)
Mar 30th 2012 2:00PM Very well then, point conceeded.
I do reserve the right to carry with my faintly Medievel English accent though !
Mar 29th 2012 2:51PM Reference to "A Song of Ice and Fire" (A Feast for Crows) if I've ever seen one !