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4-13-2010 @ 5:38AM
So thats why all those paladins were jumping on walls..There will be something huge thats for sure. Something they need time and effort to explain proper so there will be no flame wars. It really looks like this. And Im sure many people agree they need to change lot of things to keep paladins intresting. Leveling as dps is already tedious at low level (maybe low level crusader strike?) so im sure they change that cos they did with shamans. Healers need new spells. No comments on tanks tho..
4-13-2010 @ 7:31AM
we will see the return of Seal of the Martyr, since blizzard gave abilities to priests warriors and hunters that were meant for WotLK (we had Seal of the Martyr prior 3.2 and it was removed) i hope they work something out with if cause it was the best dps seal for us, a mid heal between FoL and FL, blessing of wisdom will be a goner and maybe an AoE heal
4-13-2010 @ 8:09AM
They probably will put in some low-level strike (among other things). Stuff dies fast at low levels, but you just have very little control over it and they seem to want to get rid of that type of thing. It's just funny they were so dead set against giving pallies anything beyond auto-attack/judge/reseal every several seconds for such a long time.
4-13-2010 @ 9:06AM
We had Seal of the Martyr for the entirety of TBC expansion, it just wasn't available to Alliance and was called Seal of Blood. They had 2+ years to see how the mechanic work and to decide it sucked big time. It's not coming back.
4-13-2010 @ 10:30AM
The only thing I could possibly think of that would make them take that long to wait is getting rid of bubble. And if that happens, I'm sitting back with popcorn.
4-13-2010 @ 10:49AM
Seal of the Martyr used to be Seal of Blood and Horde only for the whole of TBC. It isn't making a come back. However I do agree that they will have to explain what they do carefully or many people will just "ZOMG /RAGEQUIT!" which honestly isn't a bad thing since they were probably idiots to begin with.
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