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2-27-2009 @ 7:35PM
i still think that the way Blizz designed the glyph page it leaves alot to be added to it. like a glyph in the center maybe some kind of combining of your choices. The inner circle intrigues me the most, things like that may very well be as useful as major glyphs, im still wondering why we don't see glyphs drop off mobs. Like epic glyphs or something of the sort
2-27-2009 @ 9:22PM
The middle circle was originally going to give scribes (inscriptors, whatever) an extra Major Glyph slot, but now it just lies unused. Keep in mind though that you gain more glyph slots as you level, so it may be used in the next expac for when we reach the new level cap. More likely though they'll simply redesign the glyph interface to include more slots when the time comes. I think it would be cool though if the middle circle was an extra minor glyph slot that would increase the effect of the glyph you place there. (Better yet make it a major glyph, but that seems a bit much realistically.)As for the priest glyph changes, a couple things:-I agree with the other commentors that the Guardian Spirit glyph is pretty awesome...in fact, it seems overpowered and I expect it's effect will be nerfed or a counterweight will be added in to it (i.e. "...but the healing bonus of your Guardian Spirit is reduced 10%)-The Fear Ward glyph seems much more pvp-oriented to me. It's popularity will depend largely on how well warlocks (and to a lesser extent, priests) do in the coming Arena Season. If every high rated team ends up having a 'lock, this would be a pretty decent glyph.-The Dispersion glyph has been changed already, and is pretty nice. It reduces the cooldown of the ability by 45 sec (bringing it down to a 2min, 15 sec cd) That's a significant buff to mana regen in and a fairly nice survivability buff for PvP, particularly now that Dispersion is going to break and grant immunity to snare effects.All in all, I think these are great changes. The only one that seems rather useless is the Psychic Scream glyph. I can't imagine why anyone would want to use it.
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