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Squire Benjamin William Sullivan stood in the middle of Light’s Hope Chapel in his underpants.

Actually, it was white linen pants and a shift, but the effect was approximately the same. The little chapel was warm, on the edge of …

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BA Shared Topic – What would you add to WotLK?
comment 4 Written by on February 23, 2008 – 11:14 am

I’m sure I”ll come up with more interesting things as I think on this one, but I thought I’d jot off a quick list while it’s on my mind.  Will talk to spaceship husband and see what we can come up with for more changes later though, so expect follow ups (and possible Paladin/Rogue/Mage lists!)

Shaman:

  • Spirit Pets (perhaps as a talent)
  • Some kind of (talented) instant cast heal

Hunter:

  • An extra stable slot!! Maybe TWO!!
  • More pet abilities added to more pet classes (maul for bears, thorns for crabs, amirite?), better designed pet aggro
  • fix pet pathing

Priest:

  • “Viable” holy DPS (ok, I know lolsmite is a marginally sustainable build for DPS, but it’s so hard to pull off…)

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4 Responses to “BA Shared Topic – What would you add to WotLK?”

  1. /sign everything you said there about hunters.

  2. FIX DAGGER ROGUES FOR CHRIST’S SAKE DO NOT MAKE ME CRY I WILL DO IT

    Yeah.

  3. With my focus being my holyadin & prot warrior:

    Can’t really wish for alot for holy – but an AoE heal would sorta be interesting – I’m pretty content with holybotting (after weeping over the illumination nerf)

    Prot warrioring – increase the shield block charge / duration… change shield block specialization to some fixed % (for rage generation) of what you block (vs the 1 rage it is now)

    By Opaladin on Feb 24, 2008 | Reply
  4. I would also love to see some option for allowing shamans to move their totems. Not sure how that would work, but it would be SO nice.

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