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10-31-2010 @ 2:17PM
"While the new Glyph of Divinity adds back some of the mana-restoring effects to LoH."Some? It's 10% max mana. This is way better than the old one for 2 reasons.1: It scales with gear. The old 7,8k mana battery surely is better now but what when we are in 4.3 and rocking 94k mana*.2: It doesn't care about who we target. We can actually use LOH on a Non-paladin tank as a reliable cooldown without caring about if we waste the mana part.*Yes i know that it would problary be more than 7,8k at level 85. Also i have no idea how much mana we have at 4.3 it is a guess. Point is this is cool mechanic that doesn't have to be OP at the start of the expansion or Useless at the end. It will be balanced all the way through.
10-31-2010 @ 2:28PM
The scaling is a very good point, although the old glyph gave us mana back no matter the target, we just more if we were the target.
11-01-2010 @ 10:38AM
The wording of the glyph suggests the mana restoration is self-targeted no matter who we target with LoH. I also can't see how this could be considered in anyway worse than the old baseline mana restoration of the spell at L85, which is what you seemed to think based on your wording.
11-01-2010 @ 4:19AM
@ ChaseIf you casted it on a non-mana using individual you wouldn't get any mana back. "Grants you as much mana as your target." Unless it would grant the 1949 mana but it just wouldn't do anything for that person...I always made sure to cast it on a pally tank, myself, or a mage. :)It's always a waste if you aren't getting the maximum possible. Especially in progression fights where you needed the mana - and I believe we'll really, really need the mana come Cata. Currently from the videos of the beta raid testing, some pallies look like they have in excess of 120k mana. ^_^
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