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9-05-2010 @ 4:12PM
While I can see where Blizzard is going with Holy right now, you're right keeping the MS effect on DP is just crazy at this point.
9-05-2010 @ 6:16PM
Well, maybe crazy is too strong of a word. There needs to be *something* attached to DP to make it a decision (something like Innervate has the decision of "who do I use this on?"); otherwise Orlan is right and it becomes something you hit on cooldown all the time and at that point why not just remove it and bake it into holy?The MS effect just doesn't seem right though, I'm hoping Blizzard can do something else with it, something interesting. Like, using DP locks out your hand spells while it's up (not a great idea but interesting).
9-05-2010 @ 11:42PM
The healing reduction effect really just needs to be tuned so that it's a (small) net mana loss to use it and then do an average amount of healing (whatever that means for Cata) while it's active. Like most other two minute cooldowns, it should be a no-brainer when you need it, but blowing it at the wrong time should sting a little over the long haul.Not arguing that's an easy mark to hit, though.
9-06-2010 @ 12:10AM
The MS effect was strapped on DP because pallies simply used it on every CD and never went under 90% mana.They then nerf'd the amount of mana returned, but it stillw asn't enough to shut priests up, so then they added a -50% healing done debuff to it AND nerf'd the mana return some MORE.And now, they're destroying hte mana return and still leaving the -50% healing output?This is just bad decision making, the debuff is no longer needed, get this shit off.
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