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9-11-2008 @ 11:40AM
man thats sweet
9-11-2008 @ 3:16PM
FOR ALL YOU BETA TESTERS WHO CAN POST ON THE FORUMS...this is not a comment that comes from a whinadin. I play a resto druid who is concerned about the synergy that a holy pally and a dancing tree have with regard to group healing.the change in divine plea seems to shank the holy paladins and their ability to regen mana. if the development team is worried about talent tree bloat and they seem like they are making efforts to address that, they they can roll a talent into improved lay on hands and rename it something like divine salvation. in addition to the improved lay that alread exists, they would reduce the healing penalty of divine plea by 50/100% and possibly add 5/10% mana regen.Yes, they could make that an entirely new talent and at 2 points, why not, but the divine plea should function as an "oh shit, im outta mana" spell and oom doenst usually happen at the begining of a fight when the tank is the only person who has taken any dmg. losing healing like that in a group setting could be devastating. Please let ghostcrawler know on her holy feedback thread that the healing debuff needs at the very least to be able to be talented off the table.The 1 minute cool generally means that the ability should be used about every other encounter, and maybe the cool needs increased but the healing debuff leads me to believe that a holy is not going to use it as often as they would like due to what it will do to the group. It will become somethign similar to lay on hands now, something you have and know you can use, but dont for fear of needing it later, or losing all your mana.
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