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8-14-2009 @ 10:30AM
TBH i dont understand the problem with LB proccing HS's.When we cast a instant Pyro, we expend quite a bit of mana. Pumping continual HS pyros off LB dot crits, whilst upping our dps a fair bit, will also drain our mana very quickly. In large battle situations, having no mana = dead mage, which is a fair way of balancing it. In PVE having no mana= no dps, reducuing the dps back to a level. In arena it doesnt even come into consideration as there are not enough people to make it worthwhile (and fire in arena = dead mage). I cannot see where this would be OP. To have the HS multiple proc would require a decent number of adds. And even then relies on the mage continually re applying LB (at 1.5 sec a cast (for gcd).I think its not OP at all.Im not sure if what i experience is a local issue but these changes are seemingly making people reroll too. My guild now can field nearly a full 25 man, and will only get very few ranged in there. Our normal raids now only have 1 mage, 1 lock, 1 hunter, and seemingly hundreds of DK's, rogues, pallys, druids (feral/tree/bear) and paladins, to the point where we now struggle to down mimiron, as we just simply lack the dps for the head in phase 4. The body and foot portions are down LONG before the head. But why play a ranged when you can play someone in plate, doing more dps, and with no mana issues?
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