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7-26-2011 @ 10:42PM
Why not allow water shield orbs to stack, make it sort of like a reverse lightning shield, you release it for mana rather then damage, not sure what skill would release the orbs..I guess having to watch a buff stack isn't any better then having to refresh a shield constantly though?Anyway.. I like the 2pc bonus, hopefully the 4pc is just as good in 10mans.. >.> yay for a heavy melee raid comp.
7-27-2011 @ 3:27AM
Oh, I do like the idea of allowing Water Shield to stack like Lightning Shield does. Perhaps each stack beyond the first three could decrease the mana cost of our Healing Surge? Boost the healing buff of our Unleash Elements? Decrease the casting time on Chain Heal? I don't know what it would do, but it certainly does have potential. I don't think watching those stacks would be anywhere near as annoying as watching our Water Shield. It would be a "Keep an eye on this, and be rewarded!" kind of thing, possibly with a visual effect on the screen like Fulmication gets. Not the "Keep an eye on this OR SUFFER THE CONSEQUENCES" like it is now. Beth'tilac is ridiculous right now, I can't manage to keep my Water Shield up AND heal, so I either run the risk of letting people die in a global cooldown, or later on in the fight when my mana pool is starting to dry up. I will sell my firstborn if it means I can glyph my water shield to not go below 3 stacks.
7-28-2011 @ 4:03PM
@Lesser Evil: I know you were exaggerating but...http://massively.joystiq.com/2011/07/25/chinese-couple-sell-their-kids-to-pay-for-online-gaming/
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