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2-19-2008 @ 2:33PM
I see no proof of these claims at this point in time. While the alliance and horde should both have access to both seals (lets face it, Seal of Blood is the Fear Ward of the paladin world), again, I've yet to see anything official said to that effect.
2-19-2008 @ 4:21PM
Fear ward of the paladin world eh?I hope you enjoy your seal you can cast every three minutes, then.
2-19-2008 @ 7:06PM
Fear Ward didn't create a large gap between the Shadow Priests of the differing factions, so it's pointless to try and paint SoB as such.
2-19-2008 @ 11:17PM
When did you start playing?When it first came out, Fear Ward was very powerful. No cooldown, but could only be cast by cwarven priests (and I think draenai could too shortly before it was given to everyone). Basically, in terms of PvE, it was *the* racial for a healing priest to have, and back prior to 2.0, just about every priest was healing.Seal of Blood is the same in that it is *the* paladin racial to have. Allies look upon it with envious eyes, just as the horde did Fear Ward.
2-20-2008 @ 1:34AM
Seal of Blood enables paladins to competitively DPS in raids.Fear Ward is a Get Out of Fear Free card.There is a difference between the two and the fact of the matter is, Alliance should have gotten SoB in the first place, since SoC is so unreliable for raid DPS.
2-26-2008 @ 7:59AM
I say they merely take as long to give Alliance SoB as they did to give Horde Fear Ward.Sounds fair and balanced to me...
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