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10-22-2010 @ 11:07AM
I haven't really had an issue with it. Perhaps it's the fact that my sanctuary glows nice and yellow.. which is usually what people associate with GOOD things unlike black, red, or orange circles that usually mean BAD.
10-22-2010 @ 12:30PM
True, but I think the one people are having the most trouble with is Efflorescence anyway. We've been semi-conditioned that green stuff on the ground = bad. So even though it's a nice pretty glowy green with leaves coming from it, it's still green stuff on the ground. The worst part of that is that Efflorecence is probably the one you'll see the most. The Holy Word: Sanctuary/ Prayer of Healing Chakra is just too mana intensive to maintain for long, PW: Barrier has a long-ish cooldown and Healing Rain may or may not hold up to Chain heal depending on the situation. If you're in a 10m raid group, you probably will only have 3-5 people in melee range anyway, so Chain Heal would be better and do more than Healing Rain. And of course, the general wow player base won't see it until Cata actually drops anyway.
10-22-2010 @ 2:24PM
I agree. Hmmm, things associated with Green - poison, acid, fel energy... Ok that's all I got for now, but those are all very ungood. I guess it's like Kermit always said, " pimpin' ain't easy" wait, no. "Boats and Ho's?" ;)
10-22-2010 @ 7:55PM
I would have no problem standing in the first two. Yellow and sparkly? It must be good! The blue wavy circle would probably give me pause but you could bet your boots if I wasn't familiar with it I'd be running the hell away from that glowing green thing!
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