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4-09-2010 @ 9:49PM
Sometimes Wow.com does thinks that make you scratch your head and go, "?????".How can we even be having this conversation when the Druid changes have yet to be revealed.It make no sense.
4-09-2010 @ 8:24PM
I must concur, this article is far too early. I myself am waiting to see what they will do with my beloved healadin.
4-09-2010 @ 8:27PM
Because of any other class type in the game, Healers are the most predictable. We function roughly similar across class-lines, but the execution is where we differ. We more or less have similarly stacked spells (Big Heal, Small Heal, Emergency Button, AoE Heal). We may go about it differently, and we may have glaring strengths and weaknesses, but we operate roughly the same, so any change for one class is going to present in some form in the other three.
4-09-2010 @ 9:02PM
I believe it was stated in the Priest preview that all healers would be getting a mid range heal. I figured it was safe enough to discuss. As far as location-based healing, you're correct. We don't know if Druids or Paladins are getting anything similar but we know that Priests and Shamans are getting such spells. Paladins and Druids might not get one at all, but at least we know that these types of spell designs are in the game.
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