uhmm no. you just need to ride out the 1-80 grind like everyone else did, this is another perk for hitting 80 and spending a few bucks.
To those who think there is too many restrictions, could have handled it better etc. what are thinking? First off, this is the first post about it, knowing blizzard they are probably going to change a couple things to say the least (good and/or bad).And haven't you guys ever heard of playing it safe? They don't want to make it have no restrictions at all, have everyone abuse it and then say "whoops...". They also don't want to get people's hopes up and then have them crushed once it's nerfed. Blizzard does not like nerfing on every patch but they can't go buffing everyone anyhow cause then everything would be out of control. If blizzard brings something out that will help everyone... be happy. Don't say "It's not good enough."k done ranting.
I'm looking forward to the change. I find it interesting that people are complaining though. This is better than nothing. Blizzard could have left it the way it was but they are at least making some changes to help.
I think this is mostly fair, except I think the "max-level only" rule is a bit tough. I'm glad to see they'll be reviewing it.I'm a little unsure as to why they've limited it to 2 specs only. Perhaps they could have as many specs as you like, but a new ability (or Rank) is required per added spec, with an exponentially increasing price (perhaps 500g for a second spec, 5000g for a third, 50000g for a fourth).That way, for example, a druid could see to each of their possible layouts (melee dps, ranged dps, healing, tanking), or players could have both PvE and PvP specs for each talent tree.I guess the hard limit of 2 specs is there to stop people from rolling on every single item that drops.
I'm shocked at how thorough they made this change. I was expecting a total hassle with all these kind of things when switching specs. But they really designed it so you could fully switch out with a minimum of pain.As a player that made the mistake of playing Pure classes, I feel a bit jealous - this makes Hybrids really much more powerful. It is gonna be crazy cool for a Druid to be able to Tank one encounter and then Heal the next in raids. MAkes class balance a lot easier for raid guilds too.But, as a casual player, it will just be real nice to swap PvE<-->PvP specs. Looking forward to seeing this in game.
^&*! this is gonna mean that people are gonna want the plate dps and kitty druids to tank....
I can't believe this.It's awesome!(Too bad it won't work for low levels, but I digress.)
Edited the original topic to specify that the item which creates a Lexicon of Power is purchasable by other players.
This game is getting easier by the second./sighMaybe next patch Blizzard will start leveling your character for you or begin spoon-feeding you gear.Is it just me or does anyone else miss the good ol' level 60 Warcraft days?
WOOT! now paladin is ultimate PvE >:]
Personally, I can not WAIT for this to come out. My main is a NE Hunter, and I QQ'd a lot over losing BM due to needing to raid.I love exotic pets, I'm a hunter because of the pets I can run.This will allow me to raid AND keep my exotics.This can not start soon enough. =)