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10-13-2008 @ 12:38PM
First off, Penance doesn't have a 30s cooldown, it has a 10s one. Might've got it confused with it's range, which *is* 30 yards. It's still a bit of a pause, but you can use it a lot more often. It's a great "oh-crap" button when someone's getting low.Second, Improved Inner Fire over the Silent Resolve? Maybe if you're PvPing, but Imp. Inner Fire I think really looks better when you can hit 71, and Inner Fire starts giving a 95-ish spell power buff. Threat *still* can be a bit of a problem.
10-13-2008 @ 12:49PM
I'm inclined to agree. For a PvE priest I see no point in taking inner fire until you get beyond the level 70 rank and it starts to add spellpower.
10-13-2008 @ 12:51PM
Just as a note, tank threat has been buffed across the board, significantly. Threat shouldn't be much of a problem for healers anymore outside of the very start of a fight, where SR doesn't help much anyway.
10-13-2008 @ 1:20PM
I hear what you are saying Tridus, and I suppose it may be down to a difference of perspectives. For me, I would prefer to take a talent that helps to avoid pulling aggro in the first place rather than something that serves no purpose other than to increase survivability slightly if you do happen to pull aggro (and it would probably be very slight if you are being beaten by heroic trash). Still, I guess speccing into Inner Fire to start would save some money by having to respec when Inner Fire starts to add spellpower.
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