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3-08-2011 @ 3:02PM
First my DK and now my Warlock!?!? Plus my Shaman gets a new cooldown?!*Does the happy dance*
3-08-2011 @ 5:20PM
Don't soulstones work in combat now? I know they worked in BG's I mean technically you die so you are "out of combat" but it asks you if you want to rez via soulstone and bam you are back. Does the new change mean you don't have to soulstone someone prior to them dying? If that's the case it's kind of weird. I also agree all healing classes should get that before locks. Nothing against a lock (I have a lvl 85) but it should be in their toolbox before it is in a DPS class toolbox. Holy specs can have a 1-2 point talent so Prot/ret/feral/boom aren't able to use it. It should totally be a heals only tool in my opinion.
3-08-2011 @ 7:28PM
I do love the fact that out of the three classes that now have combat rezzes, two of them are the "evil" classes of the game! :D
3-08-2011 @ 7:45PM
Next: new hunter pet that can combat rez players!Make it happen Bliz!
3-08-2011 @ 8:51PM
@ Noyou - "Don't soulstones work in combat now? I know they worked in BG's I mean technically you die so you are "out of combat" but it asks you if you want to rez via soulstone and bam you are back. Does the new change mean you don't have to soulstone someone prior to them dying?"That's exactly what it means. If you put a soulstone on a dead person before this it would not give them the option to rez until the next time they died (or would just give you an error message, depending on when we're talking about). Now it will allow us to place it on someone who has already died and let them resurrect immediately. This was actually planned functionality for 4.0's launch, but the code was bugged and it was reverted until they could get it straightened out.
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