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8-07-2009 @ 12:07PM
Shadow priests need ONE spell that isa.) Direct Damage (not dot).b.) No Channeled.c.) Not on a cooldown.Name ONE caster class that doesn't have a spamable damage spell.Not Mages, Locks, Hunters, Boomkin, or Shaman.And while Mind Sear is spamable, it is of NO USE in single target settings. Not 'limited use' al la blizzard or flame strike or volley. NO USE.This lack of a direct damage spell is very frustrating. It doesn't need to be instant cast. Just something I can throw whenever there is an opportunity. Something that isn't channeled where AoE damage reduces it's effectiveness by 1/3 or 2/3. Something I can cast when everything else is on cooldown.
8-10-2009 @ 9:28AM
Ahh i agree with u terrible. every class has a move they can spam exept S Priest! Holy priest have smite! we have MF? seriously? MF is an amazing spell but it doesnt do anything againt melee based classes standing 2 inches from u. if we had a spammable cast we kno it will hit eventually and will hit with it full amount of damage. But i wouldnt mind it if we got a new move n it had a cooldown. hey its another spell right? i want the move to be like Holy Fire but call it Shadow Fire. lets it do the same thing as holy jst with shadow damage, shadow light, and a shadow lookin icon. Holy Fire i personally like it more than MB sometimes, so i would love it if they would convert it to a shadow move. also if they make my Shadow Fire spell onli useable while in shadow form that would be its backlash...for disc n holy aniway...but they have smite so who cares right?
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