No! No god please god no! NO! NOOOOO!
Happy with this tbh.
This is a pretty significant change....
*No changes happens*"OMG, X faction is so OP over Y, due to Z!"*Some okay changes happens*"OMG, way to ruin the old game!"Please make up your mind, people.
Glad to see #SomeChanges! I get #NoChanges was something people were hardline for in not wanting additions like Dungeon Finder or that sort of thing, but I don't see anything being made worse by changes like Seal of Blood for Alliance, or Dual Spec so that people can Raid and PvP and a single character.
I'm fine with that.
As a Belf Paladin in original TBC, this is fine.
AWWWW YISSSSSSSSSSSSSSFace it, the only people crying about this are horde fanboys that know that they won't have an unfair advantage (well, aside from all the better racials but oh well).
So you keep to the #NoChanges policy throughout classic, letting World Buff meta run rampart cuz "hey, that's how the game was conceived", but imediately when TBC kicks in you go and make significant changes to both class and faction identity. Retail already has a lack of that! What's the point of choosing between Alliance or Horde paladin in anymore? Aesthetic? Oh well, I'm sure the alliance fanatic who have a hate boner for the red fictional faction are thrilled
This sounds great, a nice compromise between what was and what is better for everyone. I am excited for this.
MAKE WOLFSHEAD HELM EFFECT BASELINE! #COMPLAINERS RISE UP!
Yes this is a great change!
I'm a Horde player since Day 1....and honestly?This is fine. I'm fine with this.