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2-26-2011 @ 10:02PM
Scales of Life looks more like a tank trinket
2-26-2011 @ 10:07PM
It is, and I have moved it appropriately! Must've had a brain fart when organizing them.
2-27-2011 @ 2:06AM
On the subject of Scales of Life: I'm getting really sick of Blizzard putting out things that have "magic number" benefits (i.e., static bonuses that don't scale) that are outdated before they released. 7k is a tiny, tiny drop in the pool of any raiding tank's HP. I'm not even fully epic'd yet, and I'm over 165k *unbuffed*. That makes a 7,000 HP self-heal a tiny drop in the bucket: much less than 5% of my health in a raid.
2-27-2011 @ 2:24AM
I think that tool tip is just confusing, if you think about it, it COULD mean:"Stores up to 7000 from each overheal, no predefined limit" Which would essentially make it a LoH for yourself in the even of an OH SH*T situation, or if your healer died/fear/spiked/MC'ed/etc. and u needed to bring yourself up to keep from dieing and wasting a BR(honestly I HATE THIS, BR shouldn't be a common sight, having to use it means something went wrong).that would certainly make more sense, otherwise, this trinket seems to be more of a BC power one, in wrath it would have been next to useless, and is even worse in cata.Honestly tho, its tool tip is DAMNED confusing....
2-28-2011 @ 5:48AM
I agree about the Scales of Life being horrible. The on equip stamina is nice, but the use power is a joke, made even worse when one considers that it's 7k on the heroic version of the trinket. The regular version is probably so little self-healing as to be insulting. Raiding aside, 7k is not even one hit from a trash mob in a Cata heroic.
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