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2-24-2009 @ 7:44PM
Glyph of Hand of Salvation *new* - When you cast Hand of Salvation on yourself, it also reduces damage taken by 20%.This won't make it live.Glyph of Divine Plea *new* - While Divine Plea is active, you take 3% reduced damage from all sources.This is too overpowered when used in conjunction with GBTL + DP, so I'm betting both testicles it will be nerfed to 1% or removed outright.Glyph of Divine Storm *new* - Your Divine Storm now heals for an additional 15% of the damage it causes.Useless, especially with the new Tier 1 Prot Talent (+5% more healing done and received) and the fact that all our auras increase healing done by 6% should we spec. Should be "Increases DS damage by 5%" to compenaste for talente PVE DPS nerfs and still provite a flat healing boost.
2-24-2009 @ 7:46PM
God help you if you lose.
2-24-2009 @ 10:29PM
Bloodletter you have no idea what you're talking about. The divine plea glyph is too make up for the loss of 3% damage reduction on blessing of sanctuary, since prot pallies are the only ones who can keep up divine plea perpetually it only helps them, also 3%... how is 3% overpowered? OH WOW FOR 6 TALENTS POINTS YOU CAN DO 11% MORE HEALS. 11% MORE FOR A RET PALLY WE CAN DROP ALL THE HEALERS OUT OF THE RAID. I can't quite grasp the concept of "I already have more powerful heals so why would I want even more powerful heals." If this is the case why am I still stacking spell power on my resto druid?
2-25-2009 @ 8:12AM
ROFL, I'm totally sorry, I could've sworn I read 20%.....
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