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2-14-2010 @ 7:03PM
Yes. The evaluation of Holy Light should be "for situations in which no other spell can provide necessary throughput," not "current mechanics and gear allow for such abundant resources that efficiency is only a marginal consideration."As long as design remains generally consistent with Ghostcrawler's statement from December — "If mana doesn’t matter [ . . . ] (overhealing) has no consequence. If you use the proverbial bazooka to kill cockroaches, then who cares?" — Cataclysm won't allow such liberal use of the paladin's most powerful spell.
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