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8-09-2008 @ 5:07AM
@JorelosToo bad Shadow Priests are terrible at pvp at the moment, and everyone wants them in their raids because they give as much mana regen as chain chugging mana potions.That doesn't change the fact that a lot of people who play shadow priests, especially before TBC, did so to pvp (face melters). The rest of us wanted to be "the best healing class".@ BlizzardThis is a great game, with lots of great things about it. However, the priest class (especially the Holy and Discipline trees) just has a lot of things that don't make sense. A mana burning spell that costs more mana to cast than it burns? A HOT you have no control over and breaks on damage? Honestly, it seems like the WOW developers have a hard time understanding certain classes and how they are played. These glyphs are just another example of the developers not thinking through this class clearly.Maybe, somewhere on a worksheet, the math works out and priests are fine.They just aren't very fun to play when their talents and spells (and Glyphs) don't make much sense.
8-09-2008 @ 9:25AM
Holy and Disc specs especially?I don't know about you buddy, but i love playing my priest in both PvP (disc) and PvE (holy). Feedback has always been a sketchy talent, and penance can barely be considered a hot. Its only 3 seconds. (plus it heals for a shitload).Plus the Holy Glyphs are amazing. Infinate Death anyone?
8-09-2008 @ 5:34PM
Yeah I'll grant that the holy glyphs look pretty awesome.
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