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12-17-2010 @ 11:10AM
Shared cooldown with CRUSADER STRIKE, our premier DPS/HP generating ability, not exorcism. I'm thinking about taking it off my cast bar because those moments when there are a ton of mobs around, inquisition/holyrath/consecrate seems to make more sense.I'm not sure of the logic behind moving DS from a HP fueled ability that makes us choose between the single target TV and the multi target DS, to a shared CD with CS such that it became utterly useless...when that change was supposedly explicitly made to bring DS back into a regular use ability. Of course, we have way too many HP fueled abilities--WoG, Inquisition, TV, Zealotry--as it is, but I would have changed zealotry to a 3-5 min CD ability and left DS on HP. That would give us an at will ability to create burst damage (increasing HP generation without begin dependent on already having 3 HP) and given us something to do with HP in AOE situations when right now, single target or 20, my HP usage plan doesn't change.Its nice that we have so many awesome utility abilities--rebuke (interrupt), hammer (stun), WoG (instant heal), holy radiance (instant aoe heal). But our dps is low and RNG stopping use from bursting when we need too? terrible. Expect anothe xpac of ret beign utterly redesigned with every 3.X patch, settling on mechanics for 4.3, then rewriting us again for 5.0. sigh.
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