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7-13-2008 @ 5:57PM
As a paladin, I prefer ZOMGBuffs over PallyPower.Something ZOMGBuffs does out of the box better than PallyPower is being able to manage (and even assign) 10m blessings to members of the raid which are exceptions to the 30m Greater Blessing. There is always someone who needs/wants something different. :)
7-13-2008 @ 6:11PM
PallyPower can manage 10mn blessings very easily.Just clic on the name of someone to define a 10mn blessing on him.
7-13-2008 @ 11:50PM
As the poster who also replied to you stated (why can't I click reply to them?), PallyPower allows for assigning of individual blessings as well.In fact, I have one buff that I use for paladins and another set on myself as maintank. I've always done that, and when I get a combination of paladins, ret, holy, etc, I can even further tailor it if needed. As paladins with this addon are frustratingly rare in PUGs, I find myself having to do that, as the other pallys keep failing to keep their buffs up, meaning I have to make sure I'm the one assigning the most important buff needed for PUG survival to each person in the PUG...
7-14-2008 @ 12:31PM
ZOMGBuffs is definitely better, auto scans Talents to auto assign 30 min buffs based on templates and other really nice options, Much cleaner interface, and it also functions as a smartbuff type addon. Makes PP seem clunky and old in comparison.
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