Why don't we just remove all stats, then everyone can hit their abilities in the rotational order with no deviation?
Yes, it's annoying and possibly gamebreaking to get a stun dodged, I know all about it. But honestly, live with it, it's part of the game and it's perfectly fine. Again, if things like these make you rage it's probably time to go see a doctor right after you cancelled your subscription.
It's not fine. Honestly if control would not be dodgeable but damaging abilities would, then it would be fine.
Why? Simply because damaging abilities have that much less of an impact on the deciding factor of a game.
No, it does not make me rage. I'm way too calm for that. But it is not a good game mechanic.
The 'raging' part was meant in general anyway. But well, as this is merely leading to a pointless arguement about a pointless topic and neither of us is going to give in I'm going to salute you and try to find some actually interresting topics, which I doubtfully will. Cy@
You should be able to answer those questions correctly atleast 90% of the time to be a good PvP player.
However, without stats and therefore dodge/parry/miss, there would be no RNG. But you would still not hit anything in a rotational fashion, at all.
PvP is dynamic enough without bullshit like RNG dodge and parries. Crits are really all that should be in PvP.
Being forced to play around an arbitrary barrier that makes PvP no better is something any PvP'er who enjoys the game should be asking to get rid of.
Originally Posted by High Overlord Saurfangi7-860 @2.8GHz | Radeon HD 7770 | 8GB DDR3-1333MHz | Corsair CX 430W |
Removing dodge and parry would mean they would need to re-balance rogue and monk. They don't even have class balance down yet, one hurdle at a time.
They are still in the game because getting rid of them would require
a complete rework of the PvP.
And reworking the PvP would be Lose / Lose move my Blizzard as people
would start giant QQ fest about PvP sucking while giving Blizzard no time to
get it right.
But yeh, it starts to get ridiculous when your shred gets parried because of latency.
My Rogue has 17% dodge. If you want to prevent being dodged by my Rogue, that's the amount of expertise you will need.
A Warrior has exactly the same, but in parry. So you will need 17% expertise not to get parried by a Warrior.
Alright class is over, time for you to go back to the Dungeon's and Raid's forum, thank you.
If we're to consider RNG a bad thing, it is so in all of its incarnations, which would also include procs from weapons and trinkets. Heck, going further, if we want PvP to be solely about "skill", why not remove gear while at it?