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1-24-2011 @ 4:23PM
Aura mastery no longer affects Crusader Aura?NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
1-24-2011 @ 10:27PM
Was this seriously a problem, Blizz?Sorry, really not understanding this change.
1-25-2011 @ 9:53AM
At least they increased mana costs and buffed nothing.. healing really has been faaaaaar too easy. :P
1-25-2011 @ 1:20PM
Yeah, I'm not really understanding the Crusader Aura change. I HONESTLY cannot see it being that devastating in BG's to warrant a change. I loved popping that every time I needed to scoot around Org or Dal. On the mana cost changes: Probably warranted due to the fact that we get so many free heals (WoG + LoD) and the cost of our spells weren't lining up with the new shaman heal costs I'd imagine, but most likely this is because of the buff to Divine Plea. Glyphed for 18% mana for 9 sec makes this spell usable again, giving us a very tasty mana CD to pop when damage is light. *On a side note, I think it's funny how selfish our mana cd is when compared to the other classes. Mana tide and hymn of hope certainly help everyone, and of course Innervate can be cast on others for a "net" gain of 30%, 20 for them 10 for the generous, lovely drood. But paladins? The manas are ALL mine; oh, and you guys need to pick up the slack for bout 10 seconds, thanks. >:D
Blizzard is killing me I mean first they took Divine Intervention, which I still don't understand why they did that, but i didn't say anything I just cried on the inside, now they take my nitrous button away this is the last straw. Well maybe not the last straw but I'm still pissed. It made me happy to hit that button and reduce the time it took to fly across the continent, it was the whole reason i worked on a 310 speed mount i wanted to be the fastest flying thing in all Azeroth. :(
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