Honestly, I've been looking and reading and looking and reading, and I can't really make head nor tail of the new talents, so this is my musings about it.
So things that we used to need to spec into, such as [Balance of Power], are now bought as regular spells as you level up, right? But how are you supposed to figure out which to choose out of the "talents"? It seems (to someone who's just back in the game, and hasn't spent much time reading up on it yet, granted), like they've almost been an afterthought? I mean, at levels 15 and 30, you could choose anything, right?
Does this mean that Blizz are basically attempting to make the druid class more versatile? To ensure that we're able to utilise more than just the one form despite our spec?
I'm sure these things have most likely been answered somewhere, and that's cool, I'm just musing, really.
I'll go to the EJ forums, Gray Matter and other such places to find the "optimum" levelling spec, just like I always do, and I'll figure it out.
But SO MANY QUESTIONS and just not enough time to both find out the answers *and* play the game (along with Real Life and all, of course).
Anyhoo, I'm off to play the game for a bit, and probably try to help Softi level her archaeology.
We can get from 150 to 525 by the MoP launch... right? RIGHT?
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Gaming wise I started with The Sims, and then moved onto WoW just after release. These days I've dabbled in SWTOR, Rift and Aion, but keep coming back to WoW.
Xbox 360 has finally been acquired, which means if I'm not watching something on Netflix while playing WoW, I'm playing Dragon Age, Mass Effect, Assassin's Creed, Just Dance 3, or Kinectimals (here kitty kitty!).