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2-24-2009 @ 5:58AM
NOT DISAPPOINTED!?!? are you kidding me? Theres like two things that are kinda cool that they did for us, otherwise we got a swift kick in the yatch. REMOVE BLACKOUT?! I'm and big pvper and pve-r, when the proc is allowed on trash etc. its usefull as hell, and its the ONLY "chance" of actually killing someone if ur a shadow priest. There's too many outs for other classes to get away from you or shut you down. On top of that, how the heck can you say that the shadow form change is that great. YAY I CAN CRIT ON DOTS ... wait .. does that really matter considering I only have two of them? Id rather hit for an extra couple hundred damage stacked onto my crit for my mindblast sw:death combo than have dots criting like crazy. (ps, bring back shorter sw:d CD)yes shadow fiend is ok, but if im not mistaken it looks like its nerfed to? reduced speed to player speed? is that my player speed or the pally/dk thats running away from me? Dispersion is really the only good change i can see here, even from looking at some of the holy/disc changes.really disappointed, though they might have SLIGHTLY helped out pve shadow priests, There's really no reason to play one anymore with the current changes. Might as well roll a lock... we cant mana battery, and our ve is helping ... kinda ... if you look at it like it was a mini totem. What does this make my current role as a shadow priest? Cast 4 spells in sequence and occasionally shield people that the healers cant get to ... gg blizz >
2-24-2009 @ 10:36AM
A big pveer and pvper who thinks we only have two dots? lawl
4-02-2009 @ 4:17AM
Yes i totaly agree with you. But it depends on what stat youre going on. Ive got a spreist myself hes got 420 haste 2100 sp ubuffed. These changes are good for me. If you are a shadow preist with lets say 20%-25% crit and really low haste this is a nerf but look atn the bright side now yoou have gather mote haste and sp gear ;D
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