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11-12-2010 @ 8:01AM
There were so many comments, I didn't have time to read them all. The only thing I have to say about healing as a tree at 85 is: Innervate, it's no longer a perk, it's a way of life. I agree with Allison, Blizz has changed us into purely tank healers without the slightest notice or forewarning. All it has become is "roll lifebloom on tank, refresh with nourish" and pray you don't have to do it too many times because you'll be out of mana quicker than you can shake a stick at. Oh, yeah, that's right, permatree form has gone, so no sticks either. Well, then we're just reduced to waving as 2K+ mana cost spells suck us dry.On the topic of the tree form...um, I'm a girl...that new form looks like a male tree, goatee and all. It's bad enough girl gamers are told, "girls don't play WoW," but to totally take away a form that was at least androgynous and replace it with a man's attributes is a tad ridiculous. I asked for the "walking wisteria look," not a sex change. Not as ridiculous as asking for Boomers with Boobs, but something along the lines of a wooden Freya type look with a few flowers would have been nice.As far as cats go, my paws are still bleeding from the declawing we've taken. Way to go Blizz, lift us out of the cellar in Wrath only to shove us back into the hole in Cata. /golfclap.
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