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Translation: if you don't like a game don't play it.
Love all the retards in here that really don't know what's actually required to be at the top of your class in PvE.
"Hurp durp google rotations and don't stand in stuff" isn't even remotely close.
I were quite impressed by our blood dk last Jin'rokh when he came in on a close 2nd just behind me as an assassination rogue. He's often among the top on damage, but not on that fight.
Classic and BC-era prot warriors still amaze me. Most of the ones that have been playing that long have mastered the mobility of their class, controlling the NPCs that they've rounded up, and managing their damage intake.
Very strong warlocks ;D
I don't understand the people who said retribution paladin. Ret is very easy and forgiving compared to many other classes. Refresh a buff every 30 seconds and then press buttons when they light up. Even using a wrong priority doesn't lower our DPS by that much if you at least press something every CGD.
But before 5.3 ret DPS was absolutely terribad (because of bad tuning) and many good paladins probably rerolled or quit because of that.
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Proof that the mmochamp community can be a bitter and lonely place. What a shame.
I've seen it all, but at the moment, a great warlock is a truly insanely powerful asset to a raid.
Currently Playing: Blood Death Knight, Arcane/Frost Mage, Retribution/Protection Paladin, Affliction/Destruction Warlock
Healers mostly. On Progress, or the first week of farm.
Anyone who realizes the importance of the raid as a whole over being #1 on the meters. Most people in my guild have either changed a spec for a specific fight on progression or stepped up to a role if someone went MIA for a day. As well as people who are quick with b-rezzes. As far as classes go I would say a skilled warlock is hard to come by. Sure any FotM re-roller can pull decent numbers, but most people can't reach full potential, as shown by a warlock in my raid that is regularly bottom 1-2 dps even on ra-den with 3 melee swapping to every orb and running out for Vita.
bias since I am a resto shaman...but a good 10 man resto shaman, I hardly see them anymore
Balance Druid in PvE & PvP and Hunter in 2600+ PvP
Its really hard to do high dps as Balance Druid on heavy movement fights (Tortos for example) or overall PvP.
I'd love to play Balance Druid in our raid, but I always drop alot when I need start to move D:
So /hats up
As Hunter you have more keybinds in PvP as a Druid ~.~
Every skilled pvp player, hats off. I dont pvp at all but I had to do bg's for legendary quest and I was impressed by some of the pvp players skills. I would describe myself as a decent player in raids, but my performance in pvp is not even worth mentioning (I was pathetic).
In pve that would be ferals.
Having played every class/spec combo (with the exception of any of the mage specs), I'd have to say feral. There are specs that press buttons on cooldowns, specs that keep buffs up, specs that watch for procs, specs that keep a rotation, but feral is the only spec I'd say felt like dancing more than dpsing.
A good feral makes other ferals look like they aren't even playing.