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9-25-2011 @ 2:20AM
Once again the resto set bonus' make me sad, we get less mana spent after using tide and some haste after using a cd that very often gets forgotten because its just not that helpful. Whereas they give paladins less mana spent after using a throughput CD, something they would most likely have spent a lot of mana during so this is a nice change, and then 20% extra healing on a spell that paladins use on CD in some fights and pretty often in most others.Disc priests get a carbon copy of the paladin 2pc as its on a throughput cd for them too, but holy priests are only going to get use out of their 2pc before the fight starts and when the lightwell is all used, which as players still don't use it enough won't be very often. Priest 4 pc is actually very nice, giving shields a 10% chance to double the effect and reducing the cd on the holy word spells.And for our resto brothers, they get lower mana costs after they use their mana return ability, exactly they same as ours and for their 4 pc they will get the chance at having a 24sec rejuv and 12sec regrowth, which will increase their dominance as these are spells that are always used.so holy pala and disc priest's 2pc is going to be a bit of mana saving after they've just spent lots, holy priest's is utterly bullshit and resto druid and resto shaman's get mana saving after they've just got mana back. For 4pc holy pala's get more healing on a spell they use often, holy priests get cd reduction on spells they use often, disc priests get increased absorbs from a spell they use often and resto druids get increased healing on 2 of their most used spells. after all that extra healing we get some extra haste, woo f'ing hoo
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