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2-08-2008 @ 10:27PM
* Spirit-Based Mana Regeneration: This system has been adjusted so that as your intellect rises, you will regenerate more mana per point of spirit.Further anti-oomkin changes make me a happy owlbear.
2-08-2008 @ 10:44PM
So much for all those people saying Spirit was a worthless stat, huh?
2-09-2008 @ 12:37AM
@3 Um how does these changes affect what people have said in the past? Spirit still is useless unless you have abilities or spells that increase its effects. However with an increase in the power of spirit we will likely see a nerf to spirit based mana regen abilities.
2-09-2008 @ 4:28AM
@theRaptorWell, it's always been an argument for +mp5 vs. +spirit for healers. Spirit always gave a little more benefit to Priests and Resto Druids, but +mp5 was much clearer, more simple approach to it. If this is significant, I think there will quite a few happy Holy Priests and Tree Druids. Maybe less need for +mp5 gems/enchants/whatever because of the passive bonus to +mp5.Since I'm gearing my priest up for Kara right now, I've been noticing that sacrificing some 40-60 mp5 might have to happen in order to get the +healing I need, and I really want to see what happens to my priest's passive ability from the unending amount of intellect I put on there while I was leveling.
2-18-2008 @ 2:38PM
The whole Spirit/Mp5 argument will never change... XDBoth have advantages, both have disadvantages. O.oI'm all for spirit over Mp5 for a tree druid, though, but all Mp5 for other healers. O.oIf my guild we actually have 2 tree's, a Mp5 tree, and a Spirit tree...For basic raid healing they're both pretty much equal, but during boss fights the Spirit tree is put on the MT for her buff and the change/advantage is easily seen on the meters.
3-25-2008 @ 11:46PM
Owl bear be happy what will it be with this plus an innopvate??? 15 mins at a time non stop grindage lol
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