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4-15-2010 @ 11:08PM
I'm a bit underwhelmed by these changes, to be honest - although I'm willing to wait and see what else Blizzard has up their sleeves before I start running about screaming "The sky is falling! The sky is falling!". It does seem a little lower today though ...Firstly, Guardian of Ancient Kings. We get to summon an angel. While this has the possibility of looking cool, I don't want to summon anything to do my damage. I'd rather *turn into* a glowy angel and smite my foes ... but that'd replicate Avenging Wrath, alas. I'm also underwhelmed by our mastery. The first bonus increases our white damage, the second increases our crit, and the third ... increases our yellow damage? I know Blizzard has said that they're playing about with masteries, juggling boring and crazy to see which direction to take, and everything may yet change during the beta. But I was hoping for the crazy awesome end of the scale, rather than the boring end. I want some kind of stacking buff that makes me glow with holy light until I finally release it in a massive burst of light and smite everything. You'd have to choose between popping it often for low-level damage, or stacking it up and releasing it for massive damage. Perhaps every time you dealt Holy damage (non-dot) you'd gain a stack.Perhaps it's the shadow priest in me, but I *like* watching buffs and debuffs. I want more of them.
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