26 November, 2005

This just in: Critisism can lead to improvements!

Thundgot says that constructive criticism of the new talents can lead to improvements! Read his words here. (a few days old though, nevertheless interesting)

So keep it coming with your constructive criticism. Who knows? Maybe they'll change things your way.

6 Comments:

Anonymous Suicidal Zebra said...

The phrase 'if you'll believe that, you'll believe anything' come to mind.

I really don't think the talent trees will see anything beyond a cosmetic change. Whosale alterations and new 31pt talents are simply not going to happen at this stage. That is, not unless they want to have another for 1.10 and push Priests back to 1.11.

3:17 AM  
Anonymous nemof said...

us eu paladins are being very vocal in our calls for improvements. Where are the US cm's? IS thanksgiving still going on?

5:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

One small change to Seals - turning them from personal magic buffs into weapon enhancements - is all they would have to do to make me satisfied with this patch. This, or any other change to Seals so they're not purgeable would allow us to take our new damage boost (however big or small people are perceiving it) and apply it to PvP. Until then, I'm afraid we'll still be at the mercy of Purge.

6:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Thundergot's" name is "Thundgot".

6:23 PM  
Blogger Mastgrr said...

Thanks for the correction.

7:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

He's right though. Druids complained about Moonkin going out of mana quickly and the cost to change from and to it were too great. So drinking was allowed in the form and the mana cost lowered.

As a druid I still think it sucks though. :)

9:46 PM  

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