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3-04-2009 @ 9:31AM
Blizzard has stated that Replenishment is only an expectation for heroic raids, NOT the 10-man versions.Besides, will it really be that hard to find a survival Hunter, shadow Priest, ret Pally, or frost Mage in 3.1 to fill a heroic raid spot? 30 possible specs in the game, and of the 25 spots to fill, you should be able to find 1 of those 4. Heck, having a heroic raid without a ret Pally seems impossible to me, since they seem to be everywhere on my realms.
3-04-2009 @ 10:00AM
One or the other blue notes on MMO Champion did include a mention saying they meant 10-mans as well as 25-mans for Replenishment.But it's not just one slot you need to fill with Replenishment. It only affects 10 people, so you will need at least 2 slots, unless you're stacked full of melee. And we know how well a raid full of melee will do against, say, KT.The complaint is valid for some classes such as Rogues, who don't have stellar dps unless you stack groups carefully for HaT and who don't bring any "must have" buffs to the raid.
3-04-2009 @ 10:17AM
Correct me if I'm wrong, M, but I am under the impression that Replenishment automatically targets the players with the lowest mana (out of those that have mana, of course). Bringing multiple replenishment specced players will cause the buff to refresh more often, not cause the buff to target more players.
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