Infraction: 6. Do not post unless you have something new and worthwhile to say.
Message to User:
Your post was fine until the last sentence. Don't fish for "me too" posts to boost your ego.
I like the idea that Blizz is aiming at with the new talent system being redesigned for emphasis on play style preference utility talents. However, my concern is that none of these talents can replace the utility of the current talent choices. For example, all three of my shammy specs have come to rely heavily on the movement ease of Ancestral Swiftness and I see nothing included in the new â€œutilityâ€ talents that comes close to the benefit of movement that this does. Put quite simply, ghost wolf becomes blah during combat with a 1.5 sec cast time.
Losing other similar talents scares me a bit, but I have confidence that many of them will find themselves into the spec specific talent trees (unless Blizz is willing to create tremendous setbacks with class specs as opposed to advancements). An example of this is, Natureâ€™s Swiftness. Will something that is really built into most resto druid and shaman specs find a place in the new spec specific healing trees of these two classes? Does anyone else share similar concerns?