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5-04-2008 @ 7:02PM
I am pretty sure you misinterpret the use description, Alex, if you think only the trinket wearer gets the buff. "while standing in this circle the CASTER gains..." to me means that everyone who casts a spell within the circle (and who but casters would get spell damage?) will get the buff. if they meant "the trinket wearer" they would have said so. Furthermore, what would be the point with the power circle at all if only the trinket wearer gets the buff?To me it also seems like they are using the same mechanics that some of the mobs in MrT use when they cast those spell dampening bubbles, further an indication that anyone who is inside the bubble will get extra spell damage (maybe even mobs).
5-04-2008 @ 7:47PM
'the caster' implies singular use. Meaning only the bearer of this trinket would get benefits. Blizzard is very keen on thier wording.Nothing in the whole structure of the sentence leaves any indication that it's a party/group/for others buff.
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