I hate that guy's balls for what he's done to hunters. I wonder what THAT Q&A will be like.500 POSTS FTW!You think he is the only person that works at Blizzard, and just sits at a desk all night deciding who to nerf? I'm not claiming to be an expert, but I reckon there's more than one person that works at Blizzard, and he's simply the person that has to tell you what a team of people decide.
i can only imagine it:a dark and shadowy guy sitting in a chair at midnight laughing frantickly.Only as that i can imagine the guy that did all these nerfs at poor locks:(
i can only imagine it:a dark and shadowy guy sitting in a chair at midnight laughing frantickly.Only as that i can imagine the guy that did all these nerfs at poor locks:(Strange, my dk is called darkshadow.
This was a really informative post. While we might not all agree with everything Blizz does, you gotta admire a guys with the balls to put a face to the idiocy, but also explain why and whatfor.My main's a shammy, and the totems in PVP have been limited to guarding flags and whatnot. I think intereo's idea was pretty good, in having the totems stay with the player but giving a speed debuff. Can't wait to see what they put out.
Dropping multiple totems at once and not having to waste four inventory slots are some pretty excellent quality of life changes. I might even play a shaman again after this stuff goes through. And even though they're not quite sure how to fix enhance at the moment, it's nice to know that they're at least aware that the spec is having so much trouble in pvp.
This gives me a bit of hope, that the Shaman class is atleast known at Blizzard (now you would think that's obvious, but really, if you look at the history of shamans, it's pretty poor compared to other classes).I like it how Ghostcrawler has a good view on the Shaman class.