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7-02-2008 @ 1:20PM
If the target still gets to move it's self, then we can assume that hexed mobs will continue to move toward their aggro target. if this is an AoE tanking pally, then the jig is up.I think the best use of this in PvE is in conjunction with mages. The speed of casting will help mages keep the sheeped mobs where they belong. The shammy and mage start casting at the same time. At .5ish seconds, the hex hits, then another second later, the sheep hits (Spell haste being the variable). This means that the mob moves 1/3 the distance from the pull that it would have without the hex. Even better, the shammy can put a mob down quickly while it's beating on healers, and the mage is still casting. That's a second less of beating a squishy priest has to endure.I'll take any buff against mobs that Blizz wants to give. I really don't care about PvP, and I know how to not stand in fire (Meaning I get to keep my raid spot), so any buffs to raiders around me is bonus. Besides, I'll just end up breaking hex with my living bomb.
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