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10-27-2010 @ 6:19PM
Having to stop and hit a different button every two or three times will stop us being Whack-A-Mole?I was hoping there would be something about the Sense Undead removal, taking that off the Class created to battle Undead seems really random and stupid.
10-27-2010 @ 6:58PM
Why would there be something about that? Go to ICC as a paladin. Look at the minimap. Oh hey, tons of undead.
10-27-2010 @ 7:01PM
It means you'll have to look at more than cooldowns, at very least.The old Ret basically made decisions based almost solely on what was off cooldown first, and a /castrandom macro could put out 90% of theoretical max dps - that shows how unimportant it was to get the priorities completely right.. The new Ret requires you to watch more than cooldowns and start looking at holy power and procs too. Mastery for free, 3HP attacks, Divine Purpose for cutting down on the exact number of Crusader Strikes needed per TV, and such. It isn't so open as a Rogue and their CP, but it's really a step in the right direction toward a playstyle which really makes you become a lot more aware of how your playing, and hitting TV too early or too late will become clear dps losses.
10-27-2010 @ 8:13PM
"Go to ICC as a paladin. Look at the minimap. Oh hey, tons of undead. "So it only works in one raid now? Typical.
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