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4-07-2010 @ 7:38AM
"but there are no specifics yet on similar mechanics for bears."did they remove [url=http://www.wowhead.com/spell=5229]this[/url]?
4-07-2010 @ 8:55AM
the problem with enrage comes with the reduced armor as well , you gain some threat you become squishier.
4-07-2010 @ 10:54AM
Cant you offset the armor reduction with barkskin's dmg reduction? Hope that offsets it enough i have been doing that since i started tanking with my druid and haven't seen anyone complain.
4-07-2010 @ 12:51PM
@DereBlowing Barkskin and Enrage at the same time is a fine way of offsetting the armour reduction. The question is, should we really have to? As Torres mentioned, warriors will have 3 ways of generating on demand rage in Cataclysm, with one of them being slightly positionally dependent (charge). None of them really decrease their survivability too much (Bloodrage only drains 1300 HP, which is glyphed out of in a minor slot), and one of them will actually give a buff when used. Meanwhile, we're stuck with having to blow our only damage reduction cooldown whenever we're short on rage. What I want is a minor glyph for Enrage that removes the armour reduction, and a major glyph that gives it the 4p t10 mechanic (although more powerful). They could probably also do with making barkskin stronger when used in bear form, although that's touchy when concidering PVP balancing.
4-07-2010 @ 3:09PM
@MortAgree with you one your points. I would like something like a Pally's glyph of divine plea that is a damage reducer with something you use anyway, or make feral charge bear give rage instead of cost rage or both. :)
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