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2-08-2010 @ 2:41AM
That's too bad about it not stacking with renew talents. Do you have a parse testing that? I'd love to see it.I haven't equipped the renew glyph since pre 3.1 when it was one of the only few decent glyphs available as a disc PvPer. I liked it a lot back then, and I kept it on as I broke into Naxx as a holy priest, figuring even if I had to re-apply it more it was going to have a higher chance to be effective (as in EFFECTIVE, not 'effective healing' meter effective). You can probably tell by now I'm less about throughput for the sake of throughput, and more about 'what will benefit my targets/raid most?' Based on what you've said mana efficiency would go down using the glyph, but it might have its place in the right raid team or fight, even if you can't have it up on every raid member at once. I'll have to test it out just to see how it suits my tastes. Inefficient healing tends to make my skin crawl, but we'll see.And yeah you're right about Healing Prayers. PoM is very cheap. Though PoH isn't; then again, I'm shocked if I use PoH more than twice a fight. I do notice when I pug though, that many holy priests treat PoH as a go-to spell, so I suppose it becomes another subjective thing. I'll probably go switch that to another optional talent. Holy is so non-concrete compared to disc! =P
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