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10-05-2010 @ 9:23PM
"Let us forever remember the beauty of the tree of life, and how he touched our lives and our hearts. He made us laugh, made us cry, made other healers in pvp want to strangle him for his benefits. Lord, as we commit this plant's body back to the earth, we ask that you bring him back to life as a form, not as a metamorphosis knock-off, because that sucks. Amen"*The March of Heroes plays on the bagpipes as gunmen shoot their rifles into the air as a salute*"Rest in peace, Tree of Life"
10-05-2010 @ 10:33PM
There are not enough up-votes for this. RIP Tree of Life. You will be missed.
10-05-2010 @ 11:23PM
After months of playing on the beta server, I'm finally starting to be slightly more consistent about remembering to actually use the tree form cooldown button...
10-06-2010 @ 7:59AM
I'm still seriously considering not taking ToL at all, as such it doesn't really seem to be all that useful a cooldown if we're going to be pure tank healers for the time being anyways.While it does add some mobility healing to our class with the instant regrowth, the regrowth is way too expensive to be spammed on a raid boss fight. Though it might be useful in 5-mans.
10-06-2010 @ 8:01AM
*Taps*/salute.Goodbye my friend. Thanks for two great years of "hallelujah" heals that always brought a smile to my face./tear.
10-06-2010 @ 7:13PM
God the thing I'm going to miss the most was running around casting Rejuvenation and looking like I was some rabid dog's chew toy and I knew it. I love the terrified look on the Tree of Life's face as Druid's ran around healing. The arms flailing and all. I'm going to miss it. Terribly so. *waves goodbye*
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