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    WW changes in War Within

    I just went through some notes. They removed Serenity and making Chi Wave a passive? They have removed a lot of other redundant abilities, which falls into the rework category(primarily a lot of passives). It also looks like WW going to be the spec with highest movement speed.

    Are you kidding me. This is amazing news.

    Anyone else hyped?
    Last edited by HansOlo; 2024-04-18 at 10:40 PM.

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    Yea. I think I'm gonna pick up WW as my 2nd main along with my Balance druid going into TWW.

    I've always like the WW Monk class, but with all the button bloat and managing CDs and other buffs it put me off for a few xpacs. But now after watching and reading the revamp for WW I can't wait! Everyone who has played it said it's the best it's been and with the reduction of button and complexity I'm really excited.

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    Looks really good im hoping they do sumthin to brm too

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    I think they will with BRM.

    Just think Tanks are a little later.

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    Personally, I love it. Especially if they get rid of some of the abilities like Expel Harm and Serenity. I was afraid we would lose some of the iconic abilities like the statue but they managed to keep it there, just improved it a bit. Rework sounds great.

    I just hope they improve hero talents. Shado-Pan is very underwhelming atm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mahcake View Post
    Personally, I love it. Especially if they get rid of some of the abilities like Expel Harm and Serenity. I was afraid we would lose some of the iconic abilities like the statue but they managed to keep it there, just improved it a bit. Rework sounds great.

    I just hope they improve hero talents. Shado-Pan is very underwhelming atm.
    I like how they reduced the bloat, and made abilities like expel harm, chi wave and white tiger statue passive.

    Just wish they would push the changes before the pre patch LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azzurri View Post
    I like how they reduced the bloat, and made abilities like expel harm, chi wave and white tiger statue passive.

    Just wish they would push the changes before the pre patch LOL
    lol yeah, we have to endure 4 months with pushing 12+ buttons. xD

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    i like shado pan for the idea
    many smaller hits lead to one big hit

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    Hi,

    I don't have access to the beta and im very curious.

    If you have tested the WW spec, can you please answer these:

    Factors:
    1.Pruning(pruned or not compared to DF)
    2.Gameplay flow(clunky or smooth compared to DF).
    3.Potential skillcap(low or high ceiling).
    4.Anything else you want to mention?

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    The Chi Burst change looks interesting. It's a proc now?
    Has the damage/healing of it been buffed enough to actually make it worth using? I recall they buffed it by, like, 100% earlier on in tww alpha but that didn't seem like very much considering its weak yo begin with.
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    I absolutely love the massive button pruning that took place.

    Unfortunately it's not an option for me for solo casual PVP because WW seems to be the most kitable melee spec in the game, kitable even by hunters, and hunters can't kite shit now.

    No idea why WW is so kitable and Warrior is not kitable at all even though it has more burst and more survivability than Monk. Looks like a joke by the devs. LOL.

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