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10-14-2008 @ 7:37PM
"Without Dispersion, Shadow Priests would not be PvP viable. " - Koraa
10-14-2008 @ 7:52PM
"i would like to punch that moron in the face" -me (whenever i hear that poor excuse of a class designer open his mouth)
A combination of CoS, Evasion, and Evocation for 6 seconds makes us PvP viable? I highly doubt it. It's like saying Ice Block makes mages pvp viable; it doesn't do much other than keeps you alive for 6 seconds. "That's it for our talents. How am I speccing, post-patch? It's hard to say for sure. I'd like to drop Meditation and Inner Focus and go flat-out Shadow, but I'm not sure if we'll be mana-efficient enough to do that, especially with much less coming back in the way of mana returns. If we do need Meditation, I honestly can't figure out what Shadow talents are the least bad to drop - any ideas on that?"That's pretty been my consensus since we lose a lot of dps in trying to go for meditation at 70 because it would result in not enough dps to make up for our nerfed utility.WTB dispersion 25% dps buff!
10-14-2008 @ 8:03PM
I'm not a shadow priest. Never have been. Was looking at this for my roommate who thinks priests are beautiful.I thought someone said that there was going to be some more restrictions on using potions in fights, though I was unsure of the details. Assuming they are going to limit it more drastically, isn't dispersion worthwhile for the mana return in absence of other resources?Just my unknowledgable question.
10-14-2008 @ 10:32PM
The false implication is that with Dispersion Spriests are now PvP viable. Now I haven't PvPed with my Spriest yet, but I'm going to guess that it's really just a stay of execution... you pop it once you get focused, then it expires, you get focused again, you throw a fear/shield, then you die. This is... PvP viable?
11-18-2008 @ 4:06PM
there are a lot more reasons that priests aren't pvp viable. i won many many duels without dispersion. i think devouring plague is a much more useful talent.
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