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5-22-2011 @ 8:57PM
This still leaves me less than happy with the overall changes. I by no means thought Pallies were pulling too-strong healing numbers compared to other classes (which have seen significant boosts recently in healing abilities). Even with these additional changes, chances are this nerf will hurt - and hurt a lot.My biggest issue, more than the pure numbers behind it, is simple: they're significantly changing the way a holy pally will heal AGAIN. In the past, what - 5 months?, we've had our method of healing change drastically time and time again. From the original transitional change between WotLK and Cata, then the HL/ToR nerf, then the repeated changes and nerfs to LoD. Each time the community seems to finally get a grip on how to best play our class, Blizz goes and changes a fundamental aspect of it. It was somewhat understandable in some circumstances (even though the changes/nerfs were done in moronic ways), but right now I find it particularly offensive to see us nerfed from mediocrity into the weakest link. Enough is enough.
5-23-2011 @ 4:00AM
Blizz anticipate community resentment, which is why their usual reply is.. "Why don't you just quit then?"Yes, which they means if you don't like it you can leave. We don't need your business.
5-23-2011 @ 1:18AM
Evolve or DieWhat is with all the curmudgeon Holy Pallies?Do you seriously want a static class?
5-23-2011 @ 8:00AM
@jfoflaNo, but then I dont expect not to recognise it from patch to patch.Next patch mages will be using wands exclusively, or can melee, dont like that? tough shit, stop being anti change.......
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