Ok im very happy with all the new abilities and talent tree stuff , but being a hunter WTF should i do ?i meen Blizz is working on everything exept hunters until now , all the expansion notes are everything Not for hunters look at the new warlock spells for example how long is that ? but nothing for hunters , Thanx
I realy hope they change so warriors victory rush is more then 10%, all the other classes is going to have realy good heals so i hope warrior will be equal
Cant believe hunters dont get a %^&*! &*!@ing annoying..
For Hunters I would love to get an ability that lets us dual-wield guns =) Similar to Titan's Grip...What I saw when taking a look into the new talent-trees was the following. As a Hunter we got a total of 5 talents (out of 18) that are usable skills. As a mage you have 13 skills in the talents and only 5 talents give a passive bonus (3 being in the last tier =)).@ the Druid complaining about the lack of decisions:You really have to think a little more outside the box. As a Hunter, Mage, Rogue or Warlock you are always just a DD (excepts some special boss-mechanics make you a tank). But as a Druid you can perform in every role giving you a lot more freedom and decision. And with 4 roles packed in 3 talent-tiers it is almost impossible to make every tier interesting; unless they implement monster-talents like "Heart of the Wild".
I am liking the warlock stuff. I hope they improve the lower level talents to be of similar awesomeness.
So, did warriors, especially prot, get screwed over or?Edit: Sorry hunters, I completely missed that you got screwed over too.
Alter time? Like mages weren't powerful enough... Thanks for buffing them, they clearly didn't need it!
As far as I'm aware, the very purpose of the new talents' future design is to assure that choices will not be mandatory for certain specs. In light of that, I think they've accomplished it pretty well with the druid's talent tree.The new talent tree gives druids versatility, I might say, and more of a role to fill, rather than just plainly healing in a specific encounter. Just because they don't bombard the talent tree with majorly game-changing healing talents, it doesn't mean they will not absolutely serve any purpose for a resto druid.