Now I saw the new changes in the TR and I am really disappointed. For one I was really excited for the new aspect and gear the 2 pip wands would add... I think it is really a let down taking this new content away from us.
Second the Wild Bolt I am disappointed, although not greatly, because I enjoyed using it every once in a while in a PvE battle just for a chance of a one hit kill. It takes away 2 pips with doing only 1 damage 17.5% of the time. So you have a chance of hitting with a 1, 10, or 100 about a 52% chance (including fizzles). The chance of 1000 is 17.5%-18% making it only slightly more than normal wild bolt with the chance of losing pips for less than satisfactory attack over 50% of the time fizzling the other 30%. To me this is just a waste and if it goes live then it will be permanently removed from my deck. Congrats to all who think storm is overpowered you have complained enough to give storm another spell that most won't use! Do we take away Ice shields from Ice players because they are powerful in PvP, no, but we take away Storm's advantege because of some complainers.... That is just not right.
Then the also removal of the spells that deduct pips. Again I am not happy. These spells could just be banned from PvP instead of removing them from the game. Those spells would have been really helpful and add a new aspect to the game that I was excited to try, but again because of the precious PvP player conflict then IT MUST GO. That is TOTALLY not fair to base a game which was originally based on PvE on PvP. I think it is not right that PvP now becomes the most important thing in the game. What about the PvE players? Give them something please because I am one of them! We want these cool new things back so we can have something fun and an advantage.
I vote to change it back! Go against PvP! lol!
(AND YES I KNOW THERE ARE PvP PLAYERS THAT DO NOT COMPLAIN AND ARE QUITE NICE BUT THESE ARE BASED ON THE PEOPLE WHO COMPLAIN AND ALWAYS GET THEIR WAY IN WIZARD101 THESE DAYS NOT THE GOOD PvP'ers)
-Sloan and Angel (now the complainers about the complainers)