It doesn't make sense, you can't just pull a class idea out your ass and shout "but why not?"
you have to counter for why are they not already in the lore? ie: Monks are trained on Pandaria which we only just discovered and DKs are from the past or some shit?
as well as making it completely unique otherwise what's the point?
as well as managing the balance of that class along side the other ... 11? or however many
Monks stemmed from Brewmasters mostly, which was the original "class" of Chen Stormstout in W3. People demanded it and Blizzard delivered (albeit a bit late).
no just no...
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Last edited by Rivelle; 2013-04-25 at 12:40 PM.
Don't get me wrong, i'm all up for a new class, I just want it to make sense and not just feel 'Thrown in' I feel like the only way a new class could be implemented is if we travel to some new world (Ala Dark Portal style) and encounter beings and ways of life that we've not yet been accustom to. Then obviously some alliance will be formed and we'll be granted the ability to gain training in their ways.
I play a Holy Paladin and another one on the Int Plate Slot would be great. The droppchance is ridiculous low. ToT not i single item dropped since yet.
Seems like a very "meh" idea for a class imo. I'll pass.
Well look at the game mechanic wise. They should be atleast different from mages. Just imagine how much QQ people about mages, now we have a Mage class that wears plate.
I would at-least call them Spellbreakers. Sides better name too.
I'm pretty much expecting something like a tinker, it could use mail and be physical ranged without a pet. Doesn't overlap with hunter appearance in the slightest and it's not something that's already covered by the other classes.
One cannot simply quit wow his way into Mordor.
And how would it be bad to introduce an intellect plate class when mostly others use strength? Can anyone explain me that? Am I missing something here?
Your ONLY point in fact was to call out the name of the class, because that is indeed the real issue right?
TLDR: You oppose the creation of a battlemage by first using the argument of loot tables being imbalanced without worrying about the intellect plate imbalance which is more dire. Then you even try to make a half assed argument about having another intellect plate would mess the strength plate classes, somehow somewhere w/e.
Finally, when none of this made sense to you, lol, you came up with the biggest problem of them all, the name overlap! Because you assume, in your tiny perspective scope, that a battlemage is nothing more nothing less than a mage in plate. And your assuming that everyone will think the same if they were implemented which they wouldn't because you can always read the descriptions in the class menu in-game!
I don't understand why people want demon hunters so bad. Just play a demonology warlock and quit complaining.
What spells did Demon Hunters use in wc3?
Mana Burn (Priest Spell)
Immolation (You can do that as Demo)
Metamorphosis (THE ENTIRE THEME OF DEMO)
The entire theme of Demon Hunters is to use demonic energy against their enemies, especially demons, which is what Demonology does. Basically everyone is rooting for a class that would be a ridiculous knock-off demo lock wearing leather. Let's just give them demonic fury too. How about that?
Admit it, the only reason you want a Demon Hunter class is so you can run around shirtless with warglaives.
If I can't be the sex symbol, then I can definitely be the BITCH
You start by asking how many spells did DH have in WC. Now let me ask you how many did warlocks have in WC. And how many MORE do they have now? My point is that you cannot refer to a class on how it was in WC3 to be its only mold. DH if implemented would come with numerous other spells to make them be a DH and not a warlock.
But let us clrify your exposed misconception further more.
-Mana Burn is not in-game so it can be given to DH(i don't even know why u mentioned it)
-Immolation is indeed a demo spell but no one said that DH couldn't have an altered version of Immolation just like priests and paladins have heals
-Evasion is a given
-metamorph is NOT the entire theme of demo locks. It started out back in WTLK and all the way into cata as being a CD not a resource driven ability. Although it is that now, a demo lock still revolves more around summoning demons than becoming one since your dps come mostly from your demons and your ability to effectiveley synergize your spells with your demon's attacks. And even when you go meta you still keep summoning Imps through Doom.
This leads to the conclusion that metamorph could be taken from Demo locks whilst giving them another suitable ultimate and transferring metamorph to its rightful place with the DH.
Now, you again fail to make a reasonable statement when you say that demo locks fight demons with demon magic. This is awfully ignorant. All warlocks and demo ones not excluded drain powers from demons to empower themselves into becoming stronger and stronger in a selfish demand for power. Let me explain this to you as if you were a 7 yo. Warlocks like demons, demon hunters don't.
Now if you are not a 7 yo you should admit that you know nothing about DH nor demo locks which is why you are happy in being a half assed warlock with a knack for metamorph. Far from a DH
Last edited by Mr Spock; 2013-04-25 at 03:07 PM. Reason: additions
Never. They even have the name of another class in their name. That is a dead giveaway already. :P If classes will ever get to choose a sub class, then magi would definitely get the battle-mage and perhaps archmage too as a choice.
And yh, DH are not like Demo locksno matter how many time you turn them over.
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I'll never say it enough times:
Stop with new classes/races and give us character customization for the next expansion!
I'd prefer Runemaster, but anyway Blizz is already having enough trouble with the current class balance, sort that out first and then we can talk about adding new classes.
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