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3-15-2009 @ 7:23PM
The old Divine Hymn had next to no PvP use as it was hard to pull off, shared a cooldown with Fear and had an effect which most classes who PVP have a talented/gemmed/racial resist to.The new one is something I'll use a LOT in WintergraspDitto for the Hymn of Hope.
3-16-2009 @ 1:37PM
It had no PVP application? Yeah maybe if you are terrible. Divine Hymn was amazing. I'm just going to make a list.Druid BerserkTremor TotemForsaken RoguesBerserker stanceFear WardMage ArmorIf nothing else it would make somebody stand still for long enough to eat 4 hasted mana burns. Yeah it was clunky, but it actually gave us CC that worked. Which is probably why it was removed.
3-16-2009 @ 3:58PM
Tremor Totem's get melee'd, Dispel eats most of those other effects. And rogues are dealt with by my rogue instead.It's a valid tactic for dealing with Zerking but if you'd read my post you'd see the words "next to no" rather than "NO" application.1.5 seconds channelling? I'd rather not be standing still against a zerking warrior or druid for the benefit of knocking out my fear which I could use when they exit those stances/effects.Against a Warrior I'd normally be tanking or kiting him and seeing if I can't set up a situation where I can burn him down if he's away from his healer. As I said, it's not that there's NO use for it but it's so situational that it needed a helping hand.Thanks for calling me terrible though.
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