For anyone who never played during The House of Wolves era, rerolling allowed you to get new, random perks on crucible, strike playlist, or faction gear.
I personally liked being able to make my version of my perfect gun, and I found it to be a fantastic balancing force in the crucible and made for some awesome times.
[spoiler]The House of Wolves era is my favorite period of pvp to date.[/spoiler]
So, who would support bringing it back, who doesn't care, and who hated rerolling.
[spoiler]P.S. Anyone else still broke as all get out from burning all of my hoarded weapon parts and motes on rerolls?[/spoiler]
[spoiler]Bungie, this is for you, directly. If you seriously care about balance, then this is seriously the only way to achieve it long-term. With rerolling, you can do whatever you want to the machanics and the community will adapt to it and find it's own equilibrium. Add guns. Add gun classes. Remove perks. Add perks. Change weapon mechanics. It doesn't matter. The community will balance itself through rerolling. Seriously, if you want to be genuinely balanced again, reinstitute the reforge feature.[/spoiler]
Edit: The arguments that you all are making that rerolling leads to OP guns is silly. Someone used the tripod prox-det as an example, even. That roll still exists. All of those rolls still exist. All that has changed is that the lucky or the no-life have them, and the general populous is in the lurch. Bringing back reforge would open up an even playing field, not introduce new OP-ness. Seriously, how are you all not getting this? The OP stuff is out there already, and you've all seen it, and some of you have them. Is it so bad to let Bob down the road, who works full time and plays to unwind in the evenings, have some fun on an even playing field with the guns that have been wiping his butt on the dance floor simply because he cannot devote the time to grind for them?
[spoiler]Lol, nearly 70% are cool with the idea. The community has spoken.[/spoiler]