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4-22-2008 @ 3:21AM
Well said, buenoexcellente. Add to this the problem with cast-time spells vs instant-spells. One of the reasons why druids are so string is their large pool of instant-spells. Their HoTs can work while the druid runs behind a pillar to get out of LoS (line of sight). Every second in the arena counts. Standing still for some seconds and trying to cast a spell, either offsenive or defensive, can be pretty painful. Because the time you've tried to cast a spell your opponent might have run behind a pillar.
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