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2-16-2009 @ 11:30AM
"You might not need Grace"Umm, the main benefit of Grace is the 6% increased dealing done for your own spells. No one else in the raid can provide this for you. Not taking Grace in a deep Disc PvE spec would be a very sub-optimal choice, 2% increased healing per talent point is hard to beat.
2-16-2009 @ 11:47AM
That would be "healing" not dealing. Wtb edits...
2-17-2009 @ 8:54AM
You have to keep in mind that "Matticus" is a general interest priest enthusiast. He's not an expert, and is often way off base with specific gear/spec/stat recommendations. Refer to more credible sources to help make these choices.
4-15-2009 @ 2:06PM
As a newly-minted Disc Priest I 'lub' Grace. You can stack up Grace to full with Penance, so that your next heal lands will a full stack up. In fact, I think so far my maxheal spell combo (healing-per-second-wise) has been: Penance, pw:s, IF-> greater heal. Penance stacks up Grace, glyphed pw:s heals for over 2.5k-ish, plus it triggers Borrowed Time so I can bang out a hasted Greater with a full Grace stack. If I Inner Fire the Greater Heal it will easily crit for 13k+ in my Shadow gear. The only problem I foresee for me is mana regen. While my heals hit for pretty good numbers and my holy crit is about 26% (holy crit!), my mana regen is pretty sucky, even after 3.1, when compared to other healers. Now if I only roll Flash Heals and pw:s, I'm in decent shape, but anything else pushes my mana down pretty fast.
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