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8-14-2008 @ 7:44PM
"Glyph of Mind Flay - Increases the range of your Mind Flay spell by 10 yards, but it no longer reduces the target's movement speed."oh gee /golfclap finally give SP some MF range and then take away the movement speed.This just pisses me off. Its just more SP stupidity from bliz, its only slightly amusing that since TBC they have sucked in pvp for so long that now people are so excited over any little crumb bliz tosses out. Oh, but if you want to go pvp you should spec disc... yeah right, and we should be soooo happy we have a raid spot as a mana battery too ...Quit tossing us scraps and do some real fixing of this spec while you have the opportunity bliz.People who play the dark priest want to melt faces in PVP like we used to. We don't want to be a half ass squishy lock or stupid mana battery.
8-14-2008 @ 8:08PM
That glyph is to allow shadow priests to dps from the same range as everyone else in a raid.If you don't want it, don't use it.
8-14-2008 @ 8:11PM
Mind Flay glyph blows so hard that I dont even want to think about it. Its a straight PVE buff that nerfs a Spriests PVP kite-ability. Goody, so now that warrior thats running away from me can just get away that much faster.I also noticed that there were only 3 glyphs so far that would be useful for a PVP spriest: and one of them is a nerf. Hopefully Blizz will get busy and make some more spriest glyphs that we can use in PVP situations.
8-15-2008 @ 12:37AM
Can glyphs be added and removed at will? If so, then JUST DON'T USE IT IN PVP!I'm glad that shadow priests get better range in raid content.
8-15-2008 @ 6:20PM
Please, stop being an idiot. Glyph of Mind Flay - Increases the range of your Mind Flay spell by 10 yards, but it no longer reduces the target's movement speed."but it no longer reduces""no longer"
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