I feel that in Wo D, you took ability pruning way to far in some cases. I'm sure there are countless other examples from other classes with the same view, but I'm going to stick to Fury Warriors. In Legion I will LOSE the following abilities as a Fury Warrior:- Battle Stance- Defensive Stance- Victory Rush- Hamstring - Intimidating Shout- Taunt - Shield Barrier- Spell Reflect- Intervene - Die by the Sword - Battle Shout- Commanding Shout Blues, please explain to me why you think all of this additional pruning is a good idea.
And for lots of people, that is one of the main reasons why Wo D was disliked by a lot of players. You took a lot of classic Warrior abilities, (shield wall for example), away from Fury because of "button bloat" in Wo D. You already took too much with Wo D, but now you want to take even MORE!?
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Using this macro will allow you to instantly do any of these things.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.Note that when used against another player, effects will only last for their Pv P duration, often far shorter than the duration stated in the ability's tooltip. Spells must be used on the same target within 18 seconds of the * end* of the duration in order to be diminished.In other words, if a target hasn't had a root spell active on them for more than 18 seconds, this category of diminishing returns will be reset on the target, and the next rooting spell will have full effect. Many types of crowd control also suffer from diminishing returns versus NPCs, usually stuns.last updated: Feb 9, 17 This macro allows you swap between shockwave and storm bolt without having to drag the ability onto your bar.