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10-19-2008 @ 3:43PM
I think some people didn't have a problem with the talent being underpowered, but rather that it wasn't very interesting for a 45-point talent. For other classes, the talent in this spot often adds something new to usual rotations, such as Maelstrom Weapon for enhancement Shamans. This talent is good, but boring.
10-19-2008 @ 4:02PM
I wouldn't say Divine Providence is especially boring compared to the other 45-point talents. Pretty much the only interesting ones are had by Prot Paladins, Elemental/Enhancement Shamans, Prot Warriors and Survival Hunters. Imho.
10-19-2008 @ 3:55PM
This.My issue wasn't that the talent is worthless, since its not. If you're CoH spamming (and most Holy Priests at the high end are), its good.But its symbolic of everything thats wrong with Priests in Wrath: its "blah". There's no "oh wow!" talents like a lot of other classes got. Everything is functional, but dull.Divine Providence is a weaker version of Spiritual Heaing, which we already had. While its still useful, I'd rather something new then a weaker version of the same thing. Give me some excitement factor like I get on all my other characters.(Its funny. My Holy Priest is my ONLY character who doesn't have a 51 point talent right now. Everybody else I went to one of them because they're great. I can't get to it on my Priest because Holy Priests don't function without Meditation, and Blizzard doesn't give a damn.)
10-19-2008 @ 4:53PM
"I can't get to it on my Priest because Holy Priests don't function without Meditation, and Blizzard doesn't give a damn."Actually, they do. I did Hyjal with almost all my points in holy, you find that CoH since it hits 5 targets has a very high chance of critting and therefore proccing surge of light for a free instant flash heal. Also, I never really went under 80% mana the whole time it was insane :D
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