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2-05-2009 @ 3:41PM
Doesn't seem to hit resto shaman too hard...? We don't use many HoTs and don't use Spirit at all. Is Water Shield included in the talents getting a boost?
2-05-2009 @ 4:04PM
resto-shaman's aren't being touched really because they are the only healers with mana problems currently. At least until they get a large enough mana pool to sustain themselves with replenishment. But then, that is true of all healers. Currently any healer class could focus on stacking so much int that mana regen from replenishment makes all class specific abilities pointless.
2-05-2009 @ 4:30PM
Yeah... replenishment... are they going to put it on more than just 4 specs out of 3o then? What happened to the "bring the player, not the class" approach that they've been touting lately? And if you give it to so many classes that everyone always has it, why have it at all? Sounds like e very screwed up concept to me, and like one that is probably the pet project of an important person, so they won't think it through as well as they should.
Shamans can go OOM so I don't think Blizz will mess with us... Some classes (cough) holy paladin (cough) more or less have an endless pool. Then again if they tank healer goes OOM were all screwed right? Raid healers (shaman) can handle a few seconds without a cast (raid will live) but a paladin the tank will die, if it isn't ez mode stuff.
2-05-2009 @ 6:11PM
@ Akywa From what I saw from Eyonix's new 3.1 changes warlocks are probably getting replenishment as well now:"Improved Soul Leech – this talent now provides Replenishment (similar to shadow priests)"So yes, they are spreading it around ;).
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