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1-18-2010 @ 7:20PM
SooooooooI'm i the only priest that is still holy? I tried Disc a couple of times, but found i couldn't cut it....Keep in mind i am pre -raid trying to badge up my 232/245 gear...We went to forge of souls recently and wiped on both the 1st two packs of mobs when i was trying out Disc, switched to holy and it went so easy i just stayed on renew/mending spam for the rest of the 5man.....i spent a month on disc just trying it out, because it seemed all the rage....hated it.. i like having renew mending going nuts, and found myself feeling liek i really had try very hard with disc, and even so had trouble, where as in holy i could jump and spin and hot and mend and not pay attention to much.......mass aoe is no prob, burst is no prob. is Holy actually not a good spec anymore? or is it that disc has actually become raid viable in WoTLK and such just getting more attention
1-19-2010 @ 12:05AM
Holy is a perfectly viable raid spec. Don't let anyone convince you otherwise. If Discipline isn't your bag, by all means, go Holy.I don't think Discipline is necessarily harder. It just feels weird to priests who've spent their whole careers as Holy, because frankly, it doesn't feel as much like healing. (Although if you weren't able to jump and move around as much as a Disc priest, you may have been coming at the spec from the wrong angle...)
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