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2-18-2011 @ 10:46PM
I'd prefer to see one of the suggestions on Lissanna's blog take place: A reworking of Nature's Swiftness or Living Seed into a survivability CD for resto druids.You'd think a resto wouldn't be able to live without an instant healing spell, but I've found that Swiftmend generally covers that. Besides, NS just isn't what it used to be now that health pools are so large. It's a dated talent and I can't speak for every resto druid, but I've come to learn to live without it. It was ok for leveling and while starting out in Heroic 5 mans, but in a raid setting NS doesn't seem to have that large an impact anymore. And Living Seed? Honestly, it's just talent points that are necessary to reach Efflorescence atm zzz.Barkskin is a spell that I cannot live without, therefore I do not wish to see this spell changed. In encounters where there are large amounts of AOE damage and massive raid healing is necessary, Tranquility has finally become a spell that one doesn't cringe when using (aside from its long CD). AOE damage obviously means interruptions while casting, and an interrupted Tranquility is a wasted cooldown. If I have to save Barkskin for a tank, rather than use it for myself during these situations and many other situations, it's pretty much making another spell (Tranq) less appealing to use (again..). (Poor Tranquility.)Not to mention changing Barkskin and the potential backlash it will have in terms of Moonkin and Feral PVE and Druid PVP in general. Keep Barkskin the way it is, amend and/or change Nature's Swiftness or Living Seed imho.
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