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8-29-2010 @ 4:04PM
Sorry, this isn't paladin related, but, that Seahorse mount looks amazing! Man, I can't wait for Cata. :3
8-29-2010 @ 5:37PM
I'd love a Seahorse that breathes flames!!!...what?
8-29-2010 @ 6:35PM
"Wisdom and Sanctuary are the weakest of the blessings"I lol'd.Might is the weakest blessing, because it can be given by everybody and their mom and Kings has a gettho version.Wisdom is a must for healers and can only be copied by shamans, BUT mana spring totem has an annoyingly short range which makes it nigh useless on movement and /range based fights. Sanctuary is plain and simple the best tank blessing regardless of which tank class it is. It gives rage/mana/runic power on avoidance rolls and 10% stamina.
8-29-2010 @ 7:34PM
In regard to dropping sanc/wis, what he said is quite true. There is a reason most people ask for kings instead of wis- 10% more spirit and int for healers (not to mention a stam buffer) is usually better for overall healing regen and throughput than a static 92 mp5 which while nice, will be dropped if you risk losing the benefit of kings. The only other class that gives the might benefit (if memory serves) is a warrior with battle shout. as such, it is generally a much sought after buff. For the melee classes/hunters, its no contest between sanc and might. Of course tanks should still have the 3% dmg reduction, but even then- it ONLY gives mana back now. Been like that since quite early in wotlk. So while its still a potent blessing, having might and drums would tide one over just fine.
8-29-2010 @ 9:54PM
my horse its amazinghowever i doubt it tastes like rasins
8-30-2010 @ 2:04AM
Yeah the seahorse does look pretty coolThough I wish I saw it when I was actually playing the game :(Browsing at Wow.com became so hard these days when trying to skip all the spoiler alert tags.
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