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8-19-2008 @ 5:32PM
A pally complaining about mana conservation? What? Why? When you can shoot off 2 flash of light's in the same time I can send off a lesser healing wave and heal twice as much while costing nearly the same amount (and taking the same time), I don't think you have much to gripe about. So what if we can keep our only solid interrupt? I never thought I'd hear someone complain about the mana efficiency of paladin, especially compared to a shaman.
8-19-2008 @ 5:42PM
I'm not complaining about my mana problems haha...probably a bad example for me to use since people like you simply fail to see my real point. Why do your spells become exempt from down ranking? Either spend the mana on your interrupt or don't...it's ridiculous that Blizzard is doing this. I'm not complaining about my class at all. I just think its ridiculous to enforce this on some classes and not on others. You have one interrupt, Earth Shock. I have one AoE, Consecration. Why can yours be downranked and mine can't? That's all I'm saying.
8-19-2008 @ 6:02PM
Seriously?You know there are 3 paladin specs right, and only 1 of them has a lot of mana?As a prot paladin, I use rank 1 consecrate to grab snap agro on adds when I'm nearly OOM. Which, if you've ever played a prot paladin, you'd know can happen quite often at the end of a pull.They may not like silly PvPers using rank 1 consecrate to get stealthies, but some of us playing real WoW in PvE use this rank too.
8-20-2008 @ 8:45AM
What the heck are you talking about?Flash of Light x2 (896-1004, 360mp, 3secs)Lesser Healing Wave (1039-1185, 440mp, 1.5secs)That's half the time and slightly more healing for slightly more mana cost.That's a pretty decent tradeoff, so cry me a river.Shams should not be exempt from the downranking nerf. Either nerf everyone or no one. It makes no sense to favor one class over the others when making these sweeping changes.
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