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1-11-2011 @ 9:16PM
"Wild Growth healing has been increased by 30%, and the cooldown has been reduced to 8 seconds, down from 10."yesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyes*does happy Worgen dance*
1-12-2011 @ 4:50AM
Rejuvenation is now trained at level 3, down from level 8. In addition, its mana cost has been reduced from 26% to 16%.This with the Wild Growth fix makes me a happy happy druid
1-12-2011 @ 4:59AM
"Rejuvenation is now trained at level 3, down from level 8. In addition, its mana cost has been reduced from 26% to 16%."The training part doesn't affect me, but the mana reduction is HUGE! I will be spamming this a lot more.
1-12-2011 @ 6:11AM
This is amazing. party/raid healing will actually be possible without having to rely on Omen procs to top up DPS. It was just far to ineffective to rely on Rejuv for this as in scaling terms it sucks. Wild growth scaling will now be much more realistic and actually be a good tool against aoe damage and with the cd reduced it will fit much nicer, well into my own for sure but cant speak for everyone’s, rotation. Too many times did I notice myself waiting the 1/2 secs for it to come of CD before i repeat tank rotation to give the dps much needed heals. and with mastery now making all those hots we have to carefully time and neglect others to do so will actually make turn the 2/3 HT/Nourish's used to bring the tank back up into hopefully a HT followed by a Nourish, giving us a spare heal to top up DPS/Ourselves.to quote the Guru Pickta, i think i just made a happy wee wee.*********Joins in the Worgan dancing by busting out my Night Elf moves******************
1-12-2011 @ 10:26AM
"Glyph of Entangling Roots redesigned. It now reduces the cast time of Entangling Roots by 0.2 seconds, rather than making it instant cast."Now I am doing the super super duper sad worgen dance. This is the worst change to th druid class.
1-12-2011 @ 12:41PM
I'm pretty sure the worst Druid change is the overall nerf to cats.No more fear breaking and a 10% reduction to both of my bleeds? Sadface.
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