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2-06-2011 @ 1:30AM
4.0.6 Can't come quick enough for Discipline Priests... It's been a bit of an unfun/unfair roll so far in Cata. Priests in General have had MAJOR issues that even now baffles me that all of these issues got to live. No other class has had so many critical errors in balancing the intended gameplay. I can list them for the players who have no clue. I just wanted to vent... and it will be good to see discipline, specifically rise to power again as a powerful healing/prevention spec. I also want to say to those Pally healers that QQ a bit, I am equally confused as to your "concerns" with healing thus far... you've had a bit of an OP status (healing) all of Cata so far, and it always bugs me when players are not objective about their classes. That they are TOTALLY BLIND, and or deflect/dismiss clear imbalances, or oddities that should be addressed in the class/spec that they play every raid. To ensure I don't sound hypercritical I'll offer these 2 examples about priests that need to change, and they are (and I called this before 4.0.6 notes were posted) #1 Holy Concentration felt WAY to Powerful, esp. comparing it to the more complex Discipline Regen ability (Rapture)#2 Prayer of Healing being reduced 15%, Honestly I almost think it should be reduced more, Since Cata launched a priest can spam that in raids and top the meters (just the expression, not always true) That's not Triage healing!! and now with the Devine aegis Buff to PoH I think Disc priests will find it mathematically beneficial to continue to spam PoH, I dont work at Blizzard and I can tell you thats not going to be be "Working as intended".
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