And it’s certainly not why a raven is like a writing desk… When I left Thunder as a raider, I obviously stepped down as a raid leader and as one of the guild leaders, then later also stepped down as an officer once the Thunder website etc was transferred to a new host.
In Part One, I outlined the many problems faced by players of Balance Druids in Nighthold and almost certainly ones that will continue into Tomb of Sargeras: The damage ceiling of the spec is disturbingly close to the floor for many other damage specs in the game. Damage output is punished cruelly by heavy movement and target switching. Mediocre damage in AoE heavy fights, even though that should be Balance’s niche. Poorest damage of all specs in the game in single target encounters in Nighthold. So a few weeks ago, I began privately mulling over a change
Following on from an earlier article, I’ve still been thinking hard about which class and spec I want to choose as my main for Legion, and perhaps beyond. I’m not one for rapidly changing classes or specs, having played my Prot Paladin for over 6 years before changing to my Hunter last year. However given the all-encompassing changes that Hunters are seeing in Legion, which may or may not result in an enjoyable experience for me, another change may become inevitable. So, given that it’s a bit further on in the previously Alpha and now Beta process of changes, let’s
Or, what happens when an Atheist joins the Clergy… So, with Hunters seemingly still in a rather disturbing place on Alpha, you’ll probably already be aware that I’ve begun to look further afield for my next class. I’ve decided that I wanted to give full-time healing a go, as it’s the only role I’ve never main specced with during all my years in Azeroth (it’ll be 8 years this year). I’ve obviously done the whole DPS & Tank thing, even at one stage thinking of playing all 5 tank classes. Then I realised how boring Warriors & Druids were to tank