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2-25-2008 @ 9:54PM
It's unfortunate, but you're very wrong- the Druid so-called 'buff' is entirely BLOWN AWAY by the massive, skull-crushing and in fact entirely hideous nerf to Lifebloom.To put this in perspective, my Lifebloom on 2.4 PTR as of 12 PM EST today was doing the same healing, per tick, as my Lifebloom on the current live realms.The difference, unfortunately, is that while I was fully equipped on the PTR, I wasn't carrying a weapon (Light's Justice) or wearing either of my rings (Keeper's Ring of Piety, Violet Signet (revered, healer variant)) on Live.There's a new PTR just issued, hopefully when the realms come back up I'll be able to report an improvement. Until then, calling this a 'small buff' is both an order of magnitude out, and in the wrong direction.
2-25-2008 @ 10:45PM
Yeah, I just love how everyone except druids are totally ignoring the HUGE nerf to PvE raiding resto druids.
2-26-2008 @ 10:21AM
I'm a shaman and I have been poting in test realms forum saying to reverse it.I like my trees keeping the tanks up or just dropping a single heal on me and not having to worry. I like when I am resto having that tree helping me keep the tank up so my much longer cast time heals are not coming too late.Hell, I just like my trees. I hump them whenever I go ghost wolf.What I don't understand is why they aren't just doing like they did with the water.Here's the deal, in PVE your class works like this.In Arena or Battlegrounds the following differences will be in place.
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