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4-18-2011 @ 9:19AM
Recently I walked away from Tower of Radiance, and I've never turned back. For 5-mans ToR is amazing, but I'm geared well enough to where it simply isn't necessary. For 25-mans, the amount of HoPo generated by ToR is abysmal. I specced out of ToR, into BL.Reduction on our DivPro timer is great, but I find the reduction on Hand of Sac to be another huge advantage to speccing into Paragon. Hand of Sac is a lifesaver so often. I do find issue with the DivPro major glyph in a lot of settings simply because it leads to more overhealing - that is to say, it's only worthwhile if it prevents your death or directly prevents a heal being needed to be cast on you. Frequently predictable ae damage is coupled with predictable ae healing, and as such reducing the damage we take simply means we're back to full sooner and our Enlightened Judgements, our PotI and any ae heals hitting us are overhealing for more. We have a TON of self healing that comes in without need of wasting heal spells, so the usefulness of DivPro Glyph is very situational. Being able to avoid healing yourself on Nezir when you need to heal the tank or being able to shrug off every other quake during Ascendant Council is top notch. If you're healing the offtank on Nefarion during p3 and can't be in ae heals, again, DivPro glyph is wonderful. If you're standing with the rest of the raid in ae heals tho... it's usefulness is being diminished.Last thing I'll add - Pursuit of Justice is amazing. It's a significantly noticeable speed increase that has made many encounters significantly easier. From Atramedes to Al'Akir and more, movement is essential in this expansion and I frequently find myself loving the bonus from PoJ. It's saved my life repeatedly already and made my job easier on countless occasions.
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