24 November, 2005

The importance of feedback

Euro CM's seem to be active contrary to their American counterparts (where are they? Edit: I'm stupid; it's Thanksgiving in the US!):
Thundergot has thrown up a feedback thread for Paladin changes in 1.9.

Most excellent, about time in my opinion.

What the developers really need to do is to actually motivate the changes for us. I know, it might sound odd -- but they should really consider doing this since the general Paladin community hasn't embraced this as well as the Hunter and Druid players have.


Anonymous nemof said...

anyone want me to relay their points in the eu-thread? I am a euro-wower so I can't post anything you want to say in the thread. no swearing... unnecessarily ;)

8:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, and I'm sure that the developers will react to this feedback in the same manner that they did to the 100+ pages the first time around.

This is it people. Take it or leave, your class still sucks.

9:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I kinda like the changes but they aren't very effective. Our DPS has pretty much stayed the same at a huge huge cost of mana. Killing a mob in Tyr's hand right now takes a tiny amount of mana. After fighting in Tyr's on the test center taking out one mob took nearly a thousand mana.


11:53 PM  

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