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12-14-2008 @ 9:21PM
OK heres the the real deal on CoH. Prior to 3.0 CoH was an awesome spell for good priests, and one that a lot of bad priests didnt spec into becasue they didnt understand the power of the spell when used correctly. For that reason (ofcourse there are also good dicipline priests) many priests chose divine spirit because that was a very popular raid spec simply becasue of the buff they gave. CoH was misunderstood by the tarded masses, and not very popular, therefor blizz made it a "smart heal" on 3.o. This is the root cause of the OP-ness of current CoH. Blizzes own improvement. Why? because wheresas before a CoH priest had to wisely use their GCDs on the correct party that needed the most healing while also spot healing more hurt players, NOW we only have to target some random shmoe or even ourselves and every heal will automatically go the closest HURT players. You see, this doubles or even triples the efficiency of the spell, negating a TON of overhealing and eliminating the need to choose diffent targets constanty. In other words, ITS MAD OP. Add on the new surge of light talent which affects flash heal now in addition to smite, and with a measly 10 percent crit and the base holy talent for 5 extra crit and u can proc flash of light with COH like every time it is available. I'd appreciate your positive attitude about the nerf if it wasnt a problem of blizzards own stupid making. As for the "smart heal" mechanics, where is my smart prayer of healing? Or will u make that one smart and then give it 10 second CD a month later..? Thank you blizz for buffing my favorite spell and then destroying it. I feel liek a frikkin pally. 41 point talent? Blizz pleaze, you must have a mental disease, assume the position and get back down on yur knees. -Pyo
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