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1-14-2011 @ 9:24AM
Disappointed that you didn't really touch on the MANY aoe-centric resto druid changes and how those will affect raid healing.
1-14-2011 @ 9:44AM
He hit on the Wild Growth resto druid change.
1-14-2011 @ 12:18PM
Rejuvenation is an important change, too, however. Yes, it's not an "AoE" spell in the traditional sense, but it has always been part of resto's mukti-target healing toolkit. I think the change is great, because Rej doesn't actually heal for very much, so I've hardly been using it because it takes like 5% of my mana away, which I could better use on the extremely cheap nourish or a Reg Clearcasting proc. I've started trying to work it in, because I know these changes are coming and I don't want to find myself "forgetting" to use it in the new patch. But, it's only possible because my regen is much better now - druids who are just geared enough for heroics probably can't afford to use it almost at all.The change for the Nourish/Rej relationship is kind of "eh", but it'll bring Nourish down to being a fairly quick spamable heal when there's a lot of damage going out (it's healing is seriously weak, but we'll see how much having two HoTs on the target affects it).
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