27 December, 2005

He said, she said - part 2.

Hats off to Killian for this one.

12/22/2005 - An update on Paladins, Caydiem:
Regarding raids, it's a simple social fact that if a class has a heal spell, they'll be asked to heal in a raid...


Blogger L'Emmerdeur said...

They just know the ranks of the paladin class are going to wither, and there isn't much they can do about it, since they do not have the conviction to make radical change to the class.

I, for one, made a very bold (and, some would say, very stupid) move yesterday. I auctioned off all non-bound items, down to potions and cloth, and vendored all bound items, including armor and weapons. Now, my pally has his skivvies, a hearthstone, and felcloth. I will continue making and selling mooncloth (that's around 15g per week for a few seconds' work), to supply my UD mage with extra cash.

This way, I will never be tempted to play him again.

7:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't get it. You make it out like Blizzard is contradicting itself when Caydiem is merely stating that people (i.e. those in raiding guilds) will use any class with a healing spell as a healer. This is her observation vs developer's design philosophy.

7:05 AM  
Blogger Mastgrr said...

Good question. But actually, it's not her observation -- it's the developer response to our question regarding our role in raids (she begins by stating this). I interpret the response to be that our role in raids will be the same as it has been since release.

12:02 PM  
Anonymous Guilty said...

According to one of the last posts in that thread the OP has been banned from the forums.

Machin Shin - Zul'Jin

5:59 PM  
Anonymous Elderin - 60 Pally Whisperwind said...

And now the post is deleted.....

Blizz is cracking down.

12:48 AM  

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