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11-20-2008 @ 8:26PM
You know what would be awesome to help out Warlocks? Make soulshards NOT take up a bagslot. Or, at the very least, make them stackable. I'll even take stacks of five, like potions, as opposed to each one using up a slot. This Ritual of Summoning thing is neat, I suppose.
11-21-2008 @ 10:40AM
Yeah, I'd like shards to stack. They should stack to 20 a pop so that at least bag space (if you chose to take a special bag for them) would be nice and useful. I'm still carrying about a 20 slotter for them.
11-23-2008 @ 1:25PM
People have asked for stacking for 4 years but... it isn't needed.Shards are based on a trickle in, trickle out mechanic. Stacking would ruin that entirely and truly reduce them into merely a waste of bag space. Also, by enabling hoarding, it would encourage farming even more, which is not where we want to be headed. Having a limit to how many you can hold is integral to the mechanic.I'm not saying that more tweaks aren't welcome. There are situations where the "trickle in" breaks down a bit, or is at least more difficult. Changing Drain Soul to have a bonus when the target is under 25% is a good step. I'd like to see Drain Soul give an initial tick of damage when it is cast, or at least have it tick every 1 or 2 seconds instead of 3. There could even be additional ways to obtain a shard. But it should fit in the replenish-as-we-use-them mechanic.As for the Ritual of Summoning revamp. Great for raids, but I agree it will be awkward for single summons and should be an additional spell. I've also always thought meeting stones were kind of lame (maybe I was just envious of them competing with our summoning power). It would be cooler if graphically this spell appeared as the same portal graphic rather than a stone pillar.
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