I imagine that they'd reflect the upgrades on top of their new base ilvl. I should purchase a weapon and then copy my character to see.
Well... toast.. I liked using both of them. One after another.
Well...looks like that Warrior change got reverted.
No warrior in their right mind would take warbringer in the first place if it had a 3 second stun, the draw back to shockwaves stun just doesn't make it worth taking. Warbringer needs some other benefit in my opinion besides rooting and stunning, perhaps damaging or even knocking the target back? but so far it's not a very popular talent.I'm also glad they pulled back on regular charges rooting the targets only. I would hate to be in a situation where the tank was kiting a powerful add and I end up rooting the add long enough for it to kill me or someone else.
Why did you have to change back blizz! I liked the idea of another class without a baseline stun that's not a dk.
Still no date on Season 15.
If they've already been upgraded then it will keep the upgrade when the patch goes live.
Warriors nerfed, (*&^ yeah!
ah bless didn't take long for the ranged numptys to start qqing about warriors
With the new warrior changes, the only viable use for disrupting shout is in a situation where two or more targets are both in range and casting. Or when you need a interrupt while bladestorming which, tbh, shouldn't be a thing anyway.This a quite a rare scenario and even rarer in a PvP environment, which is the driving force behind this change.With this in mind, no warrior is going to be taking that talent anymore. Which is against the whole ethos of MoP's talent system. The other options: AoE hamstring; little to no use honestly. AoE snare; The new viable talent option here.If they are going ahead with this change shouldn't we be seeing a change to the talent in its entirety? I don't feel like this is a well thought out change and no other classes come to mind where a talent serves such specific and rare scenarios.Discuss.
They will not bother to change disrupting shout probably since its the last patch before the new expansion. Massive talent changes will probably (and hopefully, since tbh it really makes disrupting shout useless and staggering shout would be viable only if it wouldn't require a snare effect on the target already) happen then.Warrior is still going to be one of the best damage dealer in arena if the player is not too bad.The main problem with this patch right now that it looks like blizzard is okay with frostmages being op, as well as a lot of other casters (even healers like holy priests) that don't really have to cast anything aside from instant spells which kinda kills pvp. Atm the only casters which actually do have to cast stuff to kill are just destro warlocks, everything else blows you up with instants... Pvp used to be about action-reaction and quickness, now it is more like a "who can press more buttons and crit more" game. I seriously hope that blizzard will at least try to change that in WoD.