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10-22-2010 @ 11:29AM
When I first used Holy Word: Sanctuary the day after the patch, it scared my husband to death. He's sitting next to me, I cast it on the melee thinking it'll help, and my husband yells "Oh my goodness, what is THAT?!?" as he jumps out of the way. He thought they added some new horrible puddle to stand in that dropped right over the main group of players. /sigh.My solution has been this: drop an Elune Stone on it. Because I have Sanctuary and Lightwell to accustom people to, I carry Elune Stones (which I've been making every day since forever) and drop them over the lightwell and into the Sanctuary circle. My guild has already been trained to stand in the beautiful pillar of light their priest drops in safe locations, so they automatically assume I've got some reason they should be there. Obviously, this isn't for everyone, or maybe anyone, since Elune Stones aren't exactly common or easy to amass. But maybe smoke flares, or some other obvious and non-lethal-looking marker, could be used just as well, until people learn the new kinds of puddles we're dropping on their heads.Now all I'm wishing for is for us to get damage-dealing puddle spells we can cast on the boss. Oh, blissful revenge!
10-22-2010 @ 11:35AM
I actually like that idea.
10-22-2010 @ 11:38AM
"Now all I'm wishing for is for us to get damage-dealing puddle spells we can cast on the boss. Oh, blissful revenge!"I absolutely love this idea. I want to be able to aoe heal the group while also hurting the boss. I mean honestly, as a paladin, my holy shock already heals group members while hurting the boss, though not at the same time :( That'd be pretty cool if Efflorescence also poisoned the boss.
10-22-2010 @ 11:39AM
That's a pretty great idea.
10-22-2010 @ 11:48AM
"That'd be pretty cool if Efflorescence also poisoned the boss. "I love that idea! Maybe a pool that leaches health from the boss and heals raid members in the pool for an equivalent amount.
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