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7-04-2009 @ 8:49PM
LOL...what was that Blizzard was saying about wanting Warlocks and mages to play differently? Sounds like seed of corruption with a countdown :P That said...I love it. CRIT CRIT PROC CRIT CRIT PROC PROC PROC PROC (4 pc bonus) BOOM BOOM BOOM! lol...Sadly, it'll never stick. Nothing this cool ever does.
7-04-2009 @ 9:33PM
That's why they also changed it so hot streak can no longer be procced off living bomb."periodic damage crits can no longer proc hot streak""periodic damage crits can no longer proc ignite"Translation. Can't throw living bomb on everything so you can spam pyroblast.
7-04-2009 @ 9:51PM
To be clear: The explosion at the end of Living Bomb, last I checked, is not considered periodic at all. Addressing the two lines you quoted:1. The non-periodics only proc'ing Hot Streak is just a tooltip clarifcation. There is no periodic damage that procs Hot Streak currently in live. I'm guessing this wordage is mostly to prevent confusion since any spell can proc Hot Streak in 3.2.2. The ignite change was reversed, last I checked. However, I could be mistaken here. The brief searching on PTR data I did shows Ignite back to how it is in live. Cheers!
7-04-2009 @ 9:57PM
Ah. I don't know what I was smoking, but Hot Streak is still restricted to certain spells. But still, the point remains: It's a tooltip clarification. ;P
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