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4-09-2010 @ 2:43PM
I'm glad they are at least admitting that lightwell needs a fix.
4-09-2010 @ 3:41PM
They've admitted it quite a bit, but their answers were either "we're not sure what to do with it right now" or answers which indicated that they just didn't want to give an answer right now.To be honest, we've even seen in-game additions which indicate that they've been thinking about it for a while. Namely the way the mob version during the second encounter in ToChamp works.Then you look at Healing Rain spell that Shaman are getting, realise it's actually a Tranquility/Lightwell hybrid, it's quite clear that they are "thinking" about it.Have they done much? No. But you're questioning recognition. Identifying a problem and fixing a problem are two completly seperate actions. Whilst one often follows on from the other, it rarely going to ahppen immediately.I believe that it was GC that accepted a while a go that Lightwell's main lack of appeal is that it requires any class to stop what they are doing in order to benefit from it. This is not appealing to DPS classes as they watch their damage meters, healers who are watching Radui UI or Tanks who are making sure no one is overaggroing of AoE encounters, watching cooldowns, etc.We'll see if they make it work like an overpowered Healing Stream totem or a secondary Prayer of Mending.
4-09-2010 @ 6:19PM
I reckon Lightwell, being a well, should be capable of overflowing... similar to the toxic spill in the Rotface fight. Periodically, and without the Priest's control, the lightwell should flood a section of the raid area with a holy spill of reasonable size that heals those who are standing in its spill zone. Having it simply be a Searing Totem that heals is a little too copy-cat.Peace
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