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#4195963 WoW Before and WoW now comparaison

Posted ROKMODE on 23 August 2014 - 06:07 PM

I could possibly agree that past expansions have an equal number of "problems," but the problems of MOP are far far more rooted in the actual system itself than in wrath/tbc. Those expansions had issues with numbers and pve gear, problems that could easily have been simply tuned. MOP issues are embedded in the fundamental core of the game. These are issues such as the lack of casting, a significant amount of instant cc, too many cooldowns, etc. Cata/MOP began to run into major issues because they added so much bullshit, which meant they had to add even more bullshit to compensate for the bullshit they added.


Aside from all that, TBC/wotlk systems are just a lot more fun to play. It all feels a lot more simple, and there's way less stupid stuff always going on. (feels less like a clusterfuck that is) When you set something up right, you know when your opponents will die. There aren't 231321421550 different survival cooldowns and self heals and whatnot.


#4196002 WoW Before and WoW now comparaison

Posted Dizp on 23 August 2014 - 09:37 PM

Anyone who thinks the game is actually better now than it used to be in its prime (wotlk) is either mentally challenged, didnt play the game back then, or you were shit and finally after 6 years u learned the game, and therefore think its better now.

Yes, there were some op shit back then, just like its been every season, just like it is in every game. Difference is that u had to put a lot more effort into the game to suceed.

Healers had to cast, every single healer roll had their own "thing". Pick a priest if you wanted an offensive comp e. g rmp, pick a shaman if you want something a bit more passive but with a strong all in for example rps. Pick a paladin for strong all-in cds and mobility (meleecleaves). Druids, overall very strong in most comps (talking about s7-8 not s5 :D). Now you simply pick a shaman or resto druid, or you will be at a disadvantage from the very start.

Back then all classes didnt have cc, and most importantly, there were very few instant cc abilities. Now every single class has a lot of cc and its mostly instant casts. But the biggest difference is that, while there werent that much cc in the game, when you actually hit a cc chain, you could get a kill. Now someone can sit ccd for 15 sec, come out and top someone off in a single global, and these globals are all instant casts, before you could come out of a 15 sec cc chain, still struggeling to keep ur allies up, maybe you had to fakecast in order to heal ur team back up, yes, you actually had to be decent at fakecasting, cus pretty much all ur heals were casts, except for resto druids. Oh and btw, now every single fucking healer in the game has aura mastery (not like its needed though, but still retarded).

Same goes for dps classes about the instant cast part, mages dont cast, warlocks dont cast, boomkins doesnt cast, does any CASTER dps actually cast? Ele shammys i guess. Now the best mage is the one that casts the leasts, if ure casting, ure doing something wrong. Yes it was frustrating playing a mage while getin trained, but that was also what sorted the good mages from the bad ones, they made it work, even while getin trained. Oh, and yes. Mages had to kite. Now mages are just as tanky as any other class in the game, well, almost. All mages do the same, they pop their shit and do a lot of damage without casting a spell, what differs the very best from the other high rated is only their timing of when they pop their shit.


tl;dr in wotlk all healers had their specifik role, and they were best at that role. Healers had to cast. Dps classes had to cast. The gap between good and GOOD mages (other classes as well) was huge.

yes, im mad.


Forgot the biggest issue of them all. Every class has like 5 defensive abilities each to go through, its simply to many and extremely frustrating at times.


#4197046 Reckful Cheats, RIP JENNA [Video]

Posted Miixzy on 26 August 2014 - 07:42 AM

View PostFlavours, on 26 August 2014 - 01:05 AM, said:




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#4196989 Reckful Cheats, RIP JENNA [Video]

Posted BalanceRexxar on 26 August 2014 - 04:04 AM

Does Jenna have a big booty?



Spoiler



#4196953 Reckful Cheats, RIP JENNA [Video]

Posted Bigmoran on 26 August 2014 - 01:51 AM

Remix




#4198462 Bow down to (our continued overlords) Rogue + Mage

Posted Capstone on 28 August 2014 - 06:59 PM

View Postjaimex, on 28 August 2014 - 02:22 PM, said:

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actual recording of me calling the other mages to give them the news


#4198279 Bow down to (our continued overlords) Rogue + Mage

Posted HeyimJack on 28 August 2014 - 03:14 PM

There's a strange liquid dripping down my leg.


#4198144 Priest Overlords have RETURNED

Posted Lolflay on 28 August 2014 - 10:55 AM

Stupid, retarded change.


#4196722 Blizzard never learns... here we go again

Posted Angrypiexx on 25 August 2014 - 06:30 PM

View PostMaleficent, on 25 August 2014 - 06:04 PM, said:

Does the OP ever stop bitching? Every post I see from you is a whine fest about this game.

Also, they nerfed the amount of Rage you can Execute with so that damage from that video isn't relevant anymore.

And to highlight your point you link a Swifty video, what a mongoloid.

Sorry i dont speak rival


#4123943 One ability you could not go without

Posted stalebagel on 19 May 2014 - 12:02 PM

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#4195714 ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Posted Unseenz on 23 August 2014 - 02:02 AM

i nominate vanguards for the rice bucket challenge




you have 24 hours


#4182820 Your boy hit 2200 in triples

Posted Eckbok on 31 July 2014 - 11:00 AM

https://vimeo.com/m/102208281

The saga continues

Thanks to: Glinks, Jetnoobs, and all da junkiez 4 their love, support and motivation









#4190290 So what classes will be fotm of WoD?

Posted Okayenhance on 12 August 2014 - 03:29 AM

Here's what will happen, as evidenced from the past .. every expansions start.

Melee cleaves will start out retarded. The bigger Veev you can be the better. There will be a few bugged abilities bestowed upon us in which case the team with the best classes + that bugged class will win Blizzcon. These abilities will then take till the end of the first season to patch, in which case everyone will get their glad titles riding on the backs of these OP classes.

Then comes the 'balance' patch. Most likely if warriors and mages werent the best classes in the game before then, they will become the best for this season. Damage will start to ramp stupidly with people exclaiming this is the worst expansion EVAR! We want MOP back!

Then comes the second content patch. Here's where there will be big, stupid sweeping changes that change how classes have played forever. Be prepared to see class defining (if there are any left) things deleted here: As evidenced by.. Feral shapeshifting roots. Instant clones. Totems while silenced. etc. This will either be the most imbalanced season or the most balanced season; to give way to the last season in which case we get...

The most broken season ever! Holy fuck can this season please end already? Gooood we want <x expansion> to come because it'll fix everything. Be prepared to be hit for 70% of your health in one global by glorious candidates like .. DPS shamans, Mages and other glorious burst classes like destro warlocks. This will by far be the most skilled season, as everyone knows just like Hearthstone, crits and RNG are the real skill indicators of WoW.


#4187122 WoW down to 6.8m subs - lowest since.. prebc?

Posted Zerud on 06 August 2014 - 12:27 PM

Dear diary,

today I turned 22, after my classes in the morning I went on and had a discussion on a gaming forum about grammar.


#4187077 WoW down to 6.8m subs - lowest since.. prebc?

Posted Forumz on 06 August 2014 - 10:53 AM

View PostBraindance, on 05 August 2014 - 11:32 PM, said:

pointless, childish fights, whose outcome I already know.

*of which I already know the outcome.

If you're going to go all Oxford on people, at least do it right.




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