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10-20-2010 @ 2:30PM
@Shartadin:"You are being misleading when you suggest it is a damage increase, at least in the way you phrase it. Using WoG will NEVER be a DPS increase, just like it should never be a threat increase for Prot (which it actually may be in certain AOE situations). You get the 12% to off set the fact that you are not hitting TV with that HP, primarily. It's a carrot on a stick to try and lure badadins in to a talent and behavior that will benefit someone besides themselves."How am I being misleading? Is that not what the talent states? And please go back and re-read my post, I never stated that is was a DPS increase (read: damage). You seem to misunderstand Selfless Healer and how it relates to Word of Glory, and how that initiates the damage increase for 10 seconds. Which, by the way, you would use after hitting Zealtry and a Crusader Strike for an immediate 3 HP. Then throw a WoG, followed by spamming CS and TV. I guess tossing a heal every so often for raid assitance is a bad thing, right? As long as you're at or near the top of the charts, nothing else matters, right?And if you want to talk about carrot on a stick, you're not actually getting 45% speed increase with Long Arm of the Law. If you're using Pursuit of Justice as your "base" speed (which you would be, because you should have it talented), that's a difference of only 30%. Even with the increase, it's not likely you'll be out-running rogues to get in those few extra seconds of DPS time.I can foresee Long Arm of the Law causing problems in Cata when you have fail pallies throwing judgements 30 meters away (at the start of battle and after a phase, because it's a "race"), and OOPS, turns out that the tank hadn't gotten there yet to pick up sufficient aggro. Raid or party wipes. Let me know how that goes.For PVE questing and PVP'ing, Long Arm of the Law is indeed attractive, although it depends on your play style.
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