but they also said they wanted to know how it turn it. and even if everyplayer queue up with the wrong spec does it matter from what is happening pre role check? nope. so atm it doesn't maybe fix anyting(i'm on eu so i don't know it yet) but later on they can fix it. and blizzard is not a company that want to locks everyting and force spec locks before it was even released.
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lol so far there still the biggest mmo. so alot of people disagree with how you want wow to be.
Even before the patch, getting 6 healers on a 15-player team was almost sure fire way to lose. We won Temple of Kotmogu a few nights ago with a single undergeared healer, against a team that had 6 healers, 2 of which were rather well geared. We did so well that it ended with us holding all 4 orbs, and me personally scoring over 400 victory points for our team in that match alone.
You know why I don't say "I could do a better job at running the game than Blizzard" or other such unrealistic things? Because that's what such requests are; unrealistic. When I say I can do something better, I actually go ahead and try it. When I say I can design a piece of webcode better than someone else, I go and try to do better. When I say I can create interfaces that are more fantastic than what someone else created, I go and try to do better. When I say I can be better at a game than someone else, I go and try to be better at it. I don't always succeed, but I often come to a compromise and settle for moulding that project around me, and return to improve it more at a later date. Continual improvement is why I'll eventually challenge myself to build a full game from the ground up, but in the mean time, it's why I keep challenging myself to build even more extravagant projects.
Running and continually balancing and updating an MMO, especially one of such a scale of WoW, is not something I'd say I could do better. I used to say I could balance the game better, but this was in the days when they balanced around Arena exclusively, and PVP was a mix of hard counters and a lot of useless specs (i.e. mid-TBC).
So, are you going to accept the challenge, or are you simply going to continue shouting off because you're infuriated that a new system hasn't yet adapted or settled into place?
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amazing how a 'fix' can make a system even more broken than it was before. seems to be the mo of MoP.
and the fact that heroic pve gears are now bis for pvp, man this game is great! you really do go above and beyond to piss off your long time players. oh well, what is a 7 year long sub compared to 2-3 subs that last a month or two right?
So they cannot piss off their long time players as they already have experienced that state and never get tired of emphasizing how gread that time was...
Hmm i start to question where my 13 Euros a month are going...caus this "feauture" isn't really giving anything tbh:P
The Blue set which I had (up to rank 9), was nothing compared to the BWL/AQ40 gear that you would face in BGs in later vanilla patches.
have it so you can pick up to 2 roles (assuming you're a hybrid class) and then when you're chosen, the spec that you've been selected for is automatically chosen and cannot be changed during the BG - if you get selected to heal, you're a healer, if you get selected to deep you're a dps
I didn't really want equal teams anyway :S I hate it when the enemy team has healers, matches last way too long and no one dies so not much honour>.<