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10-13-2009 @ 11:07PM
While I'm glad blizzard is finally considering helping pve frost mage why does the answer coming from a glyph? Why must we give up something that defines frost mages for the chance of a little bit more damage? This is just the Glyph of Frostbolt all over again. Something you use in a raid just to be on par with hybrids and the second your not fighting a boss you gimped yourself.
10-13-2009 @ 11:44PM
Did you even read the Frozen Core change?Also, the glyph is super Bad Ass. Not only does the change increase frost's damage, it frees up 5 talent points (You don't need enduring winter assuming someone else in your raid has replenishment, nor do you need Cold as Ice to get your elemental up again)
10-14-2009 @ 7:22PM
"Also, the glyph is super Bad Ass. Not only does the change increase frost's damage, it frees up 5 talent points (You don't need enduring winter assuming someone else in your raid has replenishment, nor do you need Cold as Ice to get your elemental up again)"The net gain is two points after you take frozen and they'll get plowed back into the existing optional talents (brain freeze if you are being silly, imp blizz, ice floes, clearcasting, absorption, frostbite, barrier, and newly cold snap) because it's not enough to reach anything new. I'd keep one in enduring to be safe (that's enough to keep up the buff in most cases) so 1 point gained.Curious to see if they change Enduring. Feels like a good spot to do...something. (I just posted I'm disgusted by frost but I'm one at heart, still thinking of ways to fix it!) They could slap replenishment on Winter's chill or something, deep enough FFB mages won't reach it but a talent all frost raid take.
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