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9-05-2010 @ 4:27PM
Currently, I use Divine Plea early and often. Usually with mitigating buffs like Avenging Wrath to counteract the healing debuff, but even with the 50% reduction, you can still get somewhat decent heals with Holy Light.I'd like to see Divine Plea get changed into an emergency ability. Innervate has a 3 minute cooldown. Mana Tide has 5. But they have no other penalties. I'd prefer Divine Plea to look like that: a big mana return, but not something you use multiple times per boss fight.As for Illumination. It seems strange that it's gone. All our nice synergy with crit and crit-related talents would be gone...And I'll file the missing Spiritual Focus under Bugs. For my own sanity.
9-05-2010 @ 5:11PM
Divine Plea cannot be an emergency spell when it doesn't have the debuff. It just gives you free mana that can be used any time you like, no matter when you click it. Emergency spells give a short term buff only so they must be used at the time they're really required. There is no reason to avoid casting it immediately when you have enough free space in your mana pool.It can have a very long CD though like 30 minutes, that will stop you from using it every fight. But it's not really helpfull. If emergencies happen during an encounter, they tend to happen about every fight.
9-05-2010 @ 11:37PM
As a retadin, I use Divine Plea all the time to recover mana spent dpsing. Otherwise, I'd have to stop and drink all the time, which is something the game doesn't exactly let you do when someone in the pug keeps attacking something.
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