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3-05-2009 @ 6:49AM
With Rapture taking a big hit, and some spells no longer benefiting from it, I think the Disc priest will reduce some of his mana efficient spamming. I think that intellect is still an interesting stat for the Disc priest but no longer the only interesting regen stat. Spirit might get back in the picture for them, though I'm not sufficiently familiar with the changes to Disc to know if they benefit a lot from it.For the holies, our single target healing has vastly improved with the new serendipity mechanics. Helloo Patchwerk. And since GHeal has a higher efficiency, it can be used to increase our efficiency as well. We won't get tangled in funny logics where large heals are more efficient but lose efficiency due to heal sniping and the efficiency of fast heals is killed if a shred of damage removed your overheal. It will be more straightforward.I wouldn't worry too much about the regen for holies TBH. With the HC changes we probably lose an acceptcable portion of our OFSR regen while gaining some IFSR regen. Combined with the more than linear scaling of our regen model, we shouldn't suffer too badly. I fear the beginning, blue geared raiders will feel the punch the hardest.Still, without serendipity cutting mana, I would strongly recommend the glyph of flash heal though.Also, I'm a big fan of the holy nova glyph now. With the ability to cast PoH so fast, it might replace a part of HN's functionality and devaluate the glyph. I doubt the glyph of PoH is really worth it though. I've rarely seen it do more than 6% of the direct healing.
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