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The logic behind their desire to alter the tree of talents



  • The logic behind their desire to WOW TBC Gold alter the tree of talents is sound. It was too cookie-cutter and the majority of players simply searched for a build then played it. Talents such as the 1% increase in damage targets weren't "exciting" in the first place, but they substituted them with alternatives that were more flexible or required to make the seem less restricting.

    Too diluted even for a noob. Back them it seemed that they wanted to reach out to a more casual playerbase. It wasn't a great idea for casual players.

    I'm convinced that it's a lose-win situation for developers. Certain players (like you) are hooked on the completely fake sense of power, authority and unique identity that you get from making points for exactly similar things in the same order as everybody else. If you limit it to a few viable sensible, balanced choices with no correct answer, they're overwhelmed, sad, and limited.

    Talents are a horrible mechanic. The smart people looked up the best levelling specs and in a haze followed it, but noobs and casuals were the brunt of it. The smart people looked for the most reliable raiding specification, and then they adhered to it with a mindless. Thus the raids full of nearly identical mages and warlocks and warriors, as well as rogues, with identical specs, and similar rotations all hunting identical BiS sets. A complete homogeneity for the skilled and a myriad of ways to fuck up and get accused of buy WOW TBC Classic Gold being a noob by everyone else and have to pay a gold tax to rectify it.