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8-11-2008 @ 2:17PM
Feral Druids will cry so much T_T (yes I cry, it was the one and probably only benefit of a 1sec attack speed)
8-11-2008 @ 2:31PM
If as a feral druid in PVP you require pushback to succeed, then you're doing it wrong. You're going to be behind the target anyways, so why does it matter?
8-11-2008 @ 3:54PM
Uhm... of course I don't rely on the thing... but the difference here is that it helped. And we all know Feral Druids could use a little bit of 'help' against casters.Feral Charge is 15sCD, 8yard range and Bear, Bash is 1min and Bear, Maim requires 35energy and combos...It's not exactly 'easy' to try and stop a cast from happening but our fast attack speed worked at least slightly and passively against casts. Not that I mind this change all that much but it's uhm... the 3sec silence on Maim which also is introduced in the patch is not exactly a compensation since Maim interrupts and will have a chance to break now compared to before. All things to help me being able to kill a healer is very.. very welcome.
8-11-2008 @ 2:47PM
Sotari: They can cast heals even if you are behind them.That would have been the biggest benefit. Making healers pay.
8-11-2008 @ 3:53PM
They can also rotate while casting. Frankly you can't depend on being behind targets in pvp. You'll get it some of the time (particularly with a pounce), but not all of the time (and probably not most of the time overall, since no class just stands still and casts for an entire combat).
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