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7-08-2009 @ 10:03AM
@PantieWearer,LOL, are you that naive? It's the exact same spell, one does shadow damage and the other does fire.The level 80 incarnations of the spells look like this...Living Bomb: The target becomes a Living Bomb, taking 1380 Fire damage over 12 sec. After 12 sec or when the spell is dispelled, the target explodes dealing 690 Fire damage to all enemies within 10 yards. This spell can only affect one target at a time.Seed of Corruption: Imbeds a demon seed in the enemy target, causing 1518 Shadow damage over 18 sec. When the target takes 1518 total damage or dies, the seed will inflict 1633 to 1897 Shadow damage to all other enemies within 15 yards of the target. Only one Corruption spell per Warlock can be active on any one target.They seem pretty similar to me, though I am sure they look like completely different spells with completely different mechanics to some people. I ask why because it's bad enough that locks and mages look alike in their gear unless it's tier (not that t9 won't nip that little problem in the bud, and we all be looking alike), but now the spells are starting to run together.Trust me it has little to do with lock love. I shelved my former main lock after the great aoe patch of 2008 and have not leveled him with any real passion because they have ruined them IMO. My mage is now level 73 after being 45 when Wrath launched and I enjoy playing him much more now.
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