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3-15-2009 @ 8:05PM
I must be the only person who likes and uses Divine Hymn. I dislike this change =/ Just cause no one uses it or figured out when to use it doesn't mean it was bad. It was a great spell for raid healing, pvp and CC.
3-16-2009 @ 9:03AM
/agree. being a pvp whore i'm going to miss that big fat incapacitate. it may be tough to pull off (the the shared cooldown on the fear bomb sucks), but it feels ssooo good to watch an entire arena team or bg squad take a nice little nap!
3-16-2009 @ 5:14PM
My favorite divine hymn moment was actually in pve. During 10 man nax, we didn't have great kiting classes for Gluth in Construct so we had a rogue running around with crippling poison. He went down after too many stacks and then moments later a decimate happened. Everyone was panicked and I ran after the zombie chow, threw divine hymn just hoping it would work and when I saw all the zombies stop moving and all the pretty green numbers start popping up all I could think about was some guy who was like 'do you -ever- use divine hymn? Its so useless' Yes... yes I do. And it's awesome.I use it in pvp, especially against priest teams, but I raid as disc so it's my only good aoe heal (holy nova and prayer of healing being party specific) There have been so many times where I threw it up to heal the masses in Kelthuzad or multi-drake Sarth and it saved a bunch of people who were blocked or just taking too much damage because the holy priests with CoH were dead or weren't fast enough.If they were going to change Divine Hymn, I would have asked for the cooldown to go to 3 minutes. But too many other priests qq'd it was useless. My opinion is... most people who play this game lack the creativity to really take their class above and beyond. And now we're losing one of my favorite spells because of it.
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