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8-15-2008 @ 10:33AM
'FADE _ If you don't remember from the last round of glyphs, this glyphs was originally completely useless.'NO!imp fade in shadow tree increases chance for S-Priests to resist spell pushback. Now i know they've since that changed spell pushback however it was never a useless glyph.
8-15-2008 @ 1:51PM
Incorrect. Improved Shadowform gave an innate 70% pushback resistance, and in addition allowed Fade to remove snares when used.Fade did not need to be active for the pushback resistance. On top of that, 'extending the duration' of Fade did not re-clear snares. It did nothing.
8-15-2008 @ 3:13PM
Imp S-forms new wording is;'Your Fade ability now has a 50/100% chance to remove all movement impairing effects when used while in Shadowform, and gives you a 35/70% chance to avoid interruption caused by damage when casting any Shadow spell while in Shadow form'I read the second line after the comma as also referring to FADE, if this has been tested on Beta then fair enough I retract my comment. I wouldn't have thought blizzard would make sure a basic error though. The error being a literally useless glyph.
8-15-2008 @ 3:30PM
It has been tested, and I have been using the talent since the first week of beta. The tooltip is referring to the two effects on Improved Shadowform, not all of it is referring to Fade.Blizzard did indeed make an entirely useless glyph, but that has been fixed with this patch.
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