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| Sat 3 Dec 2011 - 14:11 # |
- xtube wrote:
It's Almost a World of Paladin in that old days of TBC.
Not really. Back then paladins had to constantly spam the seals as they would disappear after they used judgements. It was a class that wasted lots GCDs. Of course for us, because of the 3.0.8 weird patch in China, we got the Wotlk talents for paladins.
But, I still say TBC. Wrath's 3.2 patch with the Argent Tournament was pure BS. Our goal is to defeat the Scourge and the Lich King, not ride ponies and throw sticks at each other.
There's also the fact that tanking was pure BS. Blizzard totally forgot that they made stats for tanks (Defence, Parry, Dodge, etc). Tanking was reduced to stamina. It doesn't matter if you barely have the sufficient amount of Block, you've got the stamina. It was a stupid mistake to make, and it influenced players in Cataclysm as well. Before I stopped, I would still see new tanks, who hadn't done their reading mind you, stack stamina. Those guys were impossible to heal in Heroics.
Also, healing was a joke. People totally forgot their was such a thing as mana. They only saw the little button that said "Heal", and spammed it to hell. Those people learned as well, in Cataclysm, that spamming recklessly only helps you do one thing: run out of mana.
Of course, there was also the BS pulling in Heroics back in Wrath. Bam! Those pullers learned in Cataclysm as well.
The only thing I liked about Wotlk was protection paladin PvP. It was some crazy stuff.