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3-27-2011 @ 12:53AM
I'm actually kinda liking Hinalover's idea. Anyone remember the original Deathfrost buff that Frost Mages were going to get as part of their specialisation? Well rather than making that a buff to the mage which increases frost spell damage, make it a debuff that increases the amount of damage taken by the target from frost spells. Then you make players immune to the Deathfrost debuff. You can easily tweak the PvE damage by changing the Deathfrost debuff, with the only changes to spells required being for fine tweaking. It kind of eliminates the whole 'we don't want spells doing different things in PvE/PvP' as the actual mechanics would stay the say, you'd just have an additional damage multiplier against mobs - and how would this really be any different from something like Critical Mass? In fact Frost Mages are the only spec that doesn't have any sort of raid buff/boss debuff (if you mention Replenishment I will slap you lol).Hmmmm think I know my next blog topic....BTW if you wanna see the new numbers for frostbolt and ice lance check out http://www.runzwithfire.co.uk/runzs-blog/mages-a-magecraft/99-4-1-patchnotes-update2 (wouldn't mind someone checking the numbers but I think I got it right)If you want to read a good rant about other classes QQ'ing in the Mage forum then try this on; http://www.runzwithfire.co.uk/runzs-blog/community/98-gtfo-my-forums/cast Ritual of Refreshment (Afternoon Tea)/eat Battenburg/drink Tea
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