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8-09-2008 @ 9:44AM
"With increased damage and fewer targets, however, it becomes more tailored for PvP than PvE."screw PVP, it makes AS an awesome tps tool for getting that hard hit in right off the bat. this is GREAT for prot paladins to tank bosses with.the BoW and HL ones might seem sexy on first look, but i doubt their effect will be much more than cosmetic in the scheme of things. 71 hp/5 just isn't all that much hp when every class is rolling around with 12000-20000 hp.the real highlights are the seal of light/wisdom and the kings one.
8-09-2008 @ 11:24AM
i think the point of the BoW glyph is that in wrath we will have 2 baseline blessings (wisdom and might) and 3 that will be getting used in raids (wisdom, might and kings). basically, you wont ever really need to being more than 3 paladins, one of each spec. Wisdom increasing hp5 means it will be of some use to everyone, i guess.the BoM glyph kinda confused me though, if what im thinking is right, then i would think the glyph would increase spellpower by a fixed amount, or increase spell damage by a percentage, so to make it useful for all casters not just enh shamans and ret/prot paladins (who are the only classes/specs that use the AP and spellpower stat simultaneously; prot paladins will also scale with AP in case you missed that somewhere)
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