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6-22-2009 @ 4:37PM
I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that PoH might be a bit overpowered in its current incarnation.There were a few fights where I felt like I could straight up solo heal 10 mans with PoH and CoH. Usually, when you find you only need two buttons for an encounter, it means that a nerf is probably incoming (BC-era CoH, I'm looking at you), and CoH can't really be nerfed any more than it is. Something had to go.Sucks, because it is also really useful in some circumstances. Heroic Loken, for example.
6-22-2009 @ 10:09PM
Try healing heroics in not-fully-heroic gear as a disc priest. It wasn't a lot of fun as it is and with the double whammy nerf to both poh and penance it'll be even less fun. I simply CANT pug loken as discipline, some people always get hit by the damn nova and then the aura chews them up, and it's a wipe.Blizzard nerfs skills based on the best gear attainable in the game, but the nerfs affect every encounter below that gear level, fucking things up for casual and still leveling/gearing-up players. They need to buff/fix their stupid high-level encounters instead of screwing everybody over with their damn nerfs, but I guess that means too much work for them. *sigh*Another hotfix nerf for ulduar is due soon I suppose, and then they can nerf more healing spells to compensate...Shit like this makes me just want to give up healing/WoW altogether, particulary with blizzard screwing with lifebloom AGAIN, and my other main is a tree druid... I thought they said before 3.0 launched that healing needed to be more fun? Well this isn't the way to make it fun that's for sure.
6-24-2009 @ 1:34PM
Faar, simple answer. Disc = single target healing focus.
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