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6-30-2008 @ 9:05PM
So if druids get a normal res, can my paladin get a HoT spell or a battle res?
6-30-2008 @ 9:52PM
Ok, Pallies get battle res and a HoT. Then druids get the ability to cast heals in bear form. Your turn!
7-01-2008 @ 10:24AM
you have bubble, absolute cheapest class in the game, not only do i have to kill you 2x, you dont even heal yourself as soon as you bubble, you heal all ur friends around you, for so little mana, then cast one 2.5 sec holy light, (thats uninterupable casting time even if he isnt bubbled) and ur good to goplus you wear plateand cleanseif all you had were bubble, flash of light, holy light, cleaseyoud still be OP in your platecan you get an HOT?when my druid gets 3 or 4 of the cheapest things in the game, you can have a HOTfollowed by my invisible stunlocking to death buddies, where the only move we get off is a trinket to get stunned again, its not fun when u cant control your character from 100%hp to 0% after the welfare giveaway june 24thoh wait, ur a plate wearing pally with bubble who doesnt even understand what im talking about cause it cant happen to you
7-01-2008 @ 12:49PM
@maarickBubble is useless against priests (mass dispel ftw!)No idea where you have the misguided impression that Holy Light is uninteruptable... try using it against a shamanPlate does jack against spellsCleanse doesn't work on everything
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