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2-09-2009 @ 8:13PM
The thing I can't figure out in this is the philosophy behind all this. Why are the developers giving more specs replenishment while nerfing individual mana regeneration? Wouldn't it be easier to do away with replenishment and just let everybody be in charge of there own regen once more?
2-09-2009 @ 9:27PM
Perhaps because Replenishment is something that goes along with DPS and hits the whole raid, while the current mana regen is a bit on the "just put on the gear and forget about it" which is less active?
2-10-2009 @ 10:24AM
A lot of spriests went holy after the 3.0 went live because with a subpar DPS in comparison to hunters we took a back seat in raids. Who would want to bring us along if there was a hunter that grants mana and tops the DPS meters?
2-13-2009 @ 7:48PM
Is it only me that remembers that spirit based regen was already nerfed once at the start of WOTLK. So this is a second nerf...ok we got some recovery from the endless COH debate with the raid wide POH, but all in all I don't know many happy priests....or druids...or pallies with divine plea nerf.In fact, I just don't see the logic of pissing off, on mass, the one community that bliz needs more of - healers. I'm sure some fan boy is going to tell me I'm out of touch, but around this server, I can tell you, not many happy healer faces. I just wish I understood the great logic of it all, is it worth losing a bunch of healers to satisfy your need for encounter design? Is there a buff solution to the same problem instead of a wide nerf?
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