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12-15-2008 @ 5:33AM
Quote:Circle of Healing / Wild Growth nerfWe initially did try the cooldowns in beta and were worried they made the spells less fun. That is definitely still a risk. However, the reason we even talked about the cooldowns to begin with were because the the buttons looked too attractive and the spells made some encounters too easy. We went ahead and removed the cooldowns, but in retrospect, that was the wrong move.I know it's hard sometimes not to take nerfs personally, but we have to do what we think is best for the game. (Source)Unquote"the spells made some encounters too easy" = We screwed up and made content too easy. We didn't get enough wipes and elitists are rolling over our content. Instead of correcting the flaw in our design we will make it impossible to heal through the AoE damage and screw 2 classes to boot (haha) and ruin raids for everyone since the only viable class to heal through this AoE damage is also the smallest percentage healing class in the entire game.SOLUTION: Do not play your healing class and let the melee and tank classes QQ till Bliz pulls their head out of their asses.NOTE: Idiots that never have raided new content STFU, yes you do not need CoH in most cases (if u ever use it in 5 man’s you are a flaming retard), but in some raid scenarios it is essential. AnD please Discipline Priest STFU you are not and never will be raid viable, you at best are a PvP healer and should be doing a penance for ever thinking otherwise.
12-15-2008 @ 6:48PM
I'm a disc priest and I'm taking your raid spot, you one button mashing moron.
12-19-2008 @ 5:10AM
Snicker, sure discipline priest you can have my spot. Go to the head of the instance and wait till we invite you. Cast PW: Fort on all raid memebers and after you are done we will remove you from raid. Wait there because we may have to use you again in case we wipe. Did you go to the guild bank and put all of the consumables in your backpack?
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