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9-05-2010 @ 5:50PM
I don't see why everyone is freaking out.They are cutting mana regen across the board for all healers (which they stated they would do from the beginning) and comparing divine plea to innervate and mana tide is just silly. Those are tools that can benefit more then just the healer, if you have to compare your regen to other classes it has to be on the abilities that affect only themselves.I like to reserve judgement on changes untill I see actual raid/pvp viability and all this blog shows me is someone who hates "nerfs" when in reality it is clearly an attempt to bring paladins down to the standards of other healers. It might be too much true but that doesn't mean they intend to keep it that way.
9-07-2010 @ 3:34AM
Down to the Standards of other Healers? While it is fair to say, the Paladin definitely has some major advantages in healing, especially when healing one person, some of the major DISADVANTAGES of healing as a Paladin are incredible. The little healing I have done as a Druid was just amazing, compared to healing as a Paladin. The HoT's made gorgeous work of keeping people alive, and gave me alot more options in how I was going to do things. The consequential damage a tank was going to be KNOWN to be taking, was completely negated by a simple HoT spell, leaving me to keep some of the DPS up also, and actually pay attention to what was going on around me. It seemed to me that while I also had options to retroactively heal as a Druid, most of my healing was proactive, and it was awesome.And it's unfair to compare Divine Plea and Innervate? Ok, since we are discussing changes, fix it back to where it was, remove the healing loss, and let us use it on other players.
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