And I"m not going to accept the answer of, "We want each spec to feel unique." You don't do that chopping our abilities into thirds and giving each spec a third.
And if this is the route you are truly going to take?
Of course, joining an MMO can be a daunting experience for someone who hasnt done it before.
Thats where this guide comes in; in it, youll find a rundown on the various races, a huge amount of info on the various classes, tips for solo, PVE, and PVP play, a short guide to setting up your own macros, as well as descriptions of all of the professions and secondary skills that youll have available to you.
Into this crowded (some would say saturated) marketplace, Blizzard has finally launched their initial entry into the MMORPG, World of Warcraft.
Based on their tremendously popular Warcraft universe, World of Warcraft features what can only be termed a stunning amount of content, and with its emphasis on casual play and soloability, is sure to be a favorite with gamers, perhaps especially those without much experience in online RPGs.
The table below has been sorted out into diminishing returns categories. Diminishing returns do not count per player but per creature; every creature has its own diminishing return for each group of CC and all players in your party / raid will be affected by that diminishing return.
For example if you're sitting on a resto druid that uses displacer beast, you'll be able to instantly charge the moment they blink away even if you're channeling your bladestorm.
Diminishing returns means that certain spells and abilities become less effective against a target if used frequently within a short period of time.
While diminishing returns mostly applies to player characters, some abilities also have diminishing returns in Pv E.
I just can't take losing any more abilities on top of the Wo D prune.
I'm done with World of Warcraft if you go through with this design philosophy. Ridiculous to think that Blizzard probably actually thinks we need alot less spells and abilities to play effectively.