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6-12-2010 @ 6:17PM
I was wondering. I'm leveling a fire mae through the mid 30s right now, and I've occasionally had a good look at all the talents, abilities etc, theaat will be trainable in the future. I happened to notice Pyromaniac, Arcane Meditation, and Mage Armor, which each allow 50% of your spiri-given mana regen to apply when casting spells. I was wondering, do they stack? Because that would mean that if all three stack with each other, then you could have 150% of your non-casting regen apply when casting, which would be pretty awesome. Do they stack, or is that just wishful thinking?
6-12-2010 @ 7:21PM
two stack, but not three
6-12-2010 @ 9:54PM
However, I have a question about that.I recently moved my lowbie mage from Frost to fire. While in frost, I had the Glyph of mage armor to make up the for lack of meditation...When I switched to fire, I had pyromaniac. Eventually I swapped the glyph because I though "hey, you can't have 120% mana regen while casting". Then, my mana seemed to start running out more frequently...I haven't tested it out again, because I have limited playtime and 4 80s I'm gearing, but could it be that you CAN have 70%+50% mana regen using the glyph??
6-13-2010 @ 1:18AM
They do stack, but your regen will never be more than 100% - in other words no point taking multiple regen talents. Just take the talents appropriate for your spec and if you are really low on mana just use Mage Armor instead of Molten Armor.
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