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12-06-2009 @ 6:36PM
If there's no cap on that Snowflake trinket on launch day there will be quickly. I'm guessing a 1 second internal cooldown.
12-06-2009 @ 7:46PM
If it works with Prayer of Mending (meaning it will gain 11 main on each tick) it will be nice. If not, sadly, spark of hope is still better (for holy anyways). FYI about the patterns. You can only learn them when you get honored with the ashen verdict. They don't 'drop' like the other ones.
12-06-2009 @ 10:49PM
Surely there must be an internal cooldown of some sort, or else druid healers would be awash in mana. Just throw HoTs all around the raid, and never ever run dry... That would be rather overpowered, I think...! ;)Actually, I believe this trinket only returns mana when you CAST the spell, so that's a whopping 11 mana discount on each heal. Surely a very "meh" type of effect.I also wonder why Blizzard hates spirit-using classes these days. There's not a single weapon or off-hand item with spirit on it of an ilvl above 200 dropping from any boss in any 5-man. Why is that?! It makes me really annoyed! I've been carrying around that blasted dragon staff whatsitscalled from heroic Oculus on my tree druid for well over half a year now simply because there isn't anything better (with spirit on it) dropping to replace it with...!
12-07-2009 @ 1:07AM
for priests, it's Spark of Hope-ish:PoM tick 5 times, so -55 manaCircle ticks 5-6 times; so -55/-66 manaRenew ticks 4-5 times so...
12-07-2009 @ 7:15AM
Don't forget about shadow hitting a mob Vampiric Touch then smack them with Mind Sear. Mana friggin' galore. If this works like I think it does, I'm sure the nerf bat's acomin'!
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