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4-08-2010 @ 8:24PM
Also, I personally can't understand all the hate for Leap of Faith.Moron players are still going to be moron players, and have always been moron players so if they bitch about you not LoF'ing them in Cata, they probably bitched about you not shielding them in ICC.I can't wait to see some of the cool strategies and fights we could get into with tools like this.
4-09-2010 @ 6:50AM
My thoughts exactly. The obvious candidates for a life grip moment are players who already are getting on my nerves big time because they have the situational awareness of a doormat, and I'd only be happy not having to press multiple keys to type "Oi, Lolzipwnu, get yer damn ass out of the bloody fire"; just having to press one single life grip key to hammer the message home, is much much more convenient.The only thing I was wondering is if Leap of Faith could also have a handy threat reset ability, because yanking a trigger happy dps out of harms way is less fun when the mobs that are pounding on him come towards you as well.And of course, what I look forward to the most: when you are bored waiting for the rest of your raid group to show up, you only need two priests and one dwarf to entertain yourselves with the ancient sports called Dwarf Hurling.
4-12-2010 @ 3:19PM
Which will be used fewer times?Leap of Faith or LightwellThis idea is a horrible combo of stupid and pathetic - stupetic?Seriously, has anyone checked worldoflogs or wowmeteronline parses to see how many lightwells are used during raids? I bet at L85 the parses show an equally tiny number of LoF casts.I think the same person who invented the awful RNG-dependent, never-procs when you need it original T10 healer priest 4pc bonus came up with LoF.
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