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7-15-2010 @ 6:36PM
No comment on Telluric Currents? This is the most confusing talent for me. Is it supposed to be a way for us to regen mana? Useful for soloing only? If it was in the first two tiers, I could see it being useful as a subspec talent or for leveling. But this far down, I just don't get it.Otherwise, the Restoration tree looks pretty solid IMO. I think Spark of Life and Ancestral Resolve in the first tier are really cool talents. They're useful for subspecs too, so there's a reason to go down into the restoration tree as enhancement or elemental.My main criticisms with the Restoration tree:- Tidal Focus feels expensive and lousy next to Spark of Life. Comparing it to Convection/Concussion, it is overpriced. Also, I doubt anyone would pick this talent as an subspec.- Totemic Focus would be great to move up to the first tier so that it is easier to pick for subspecs (maybe switch tiers w/ Tidal Focus).- Nature's Blessing feels like an expensive talent at 3/3 points. - No Spirit Link?!?
7-15-2010 @ 7:03PM
"No comment on Telluric Currents? This is the most confusing talent for me. Is it supposed to be a way for us to regen mana? "If you're a holy paladin and you need mana, you walk over to the boss and you melee him for a few swings. Because most holy paladins stack int you get lots of mana back from a few Seal of Wisdom hits. Now, you can't do it with every boss, i.e. Gormok, but it's a very good regen mechanic. GC stated that they liked this mechanic rather than just using passive abilities (totem, plea, innervate, etc..) and they decided to apply it to other healing classes. Y'all become more op and get to do it from range. :P
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