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9-26-2011 @ 7:48PM
"Non-disc priests...(didn't know holy was renamed until now)"I LOVE this. Seems to support the notion that holy is the red-headed stepchild of priest specs this expansion. I think I'll start referring to my poor, unloved, under-appreciated MAIN spec this way.I agree with you on everything else, too. Especially tying the 2P to Lightwell. Because, oh yeah, my mana's low/there's a lot of incoming raid damage, lemme just drop this Lightwell that no one will even realize I'm dropping and therefore won't use, thus wasting a GCD.Not only that, but Lightwell isn't something I save for certain situations. When the CD is up (and I notice that it isn't there anymore :P), Lightwell goes out. Yeah, we'll still get the benefit of the reduced mana costs, but who cares if I can't -choose- when I want them.And the 4P? WOW. Brb, rolling a resto druid.But seriously, this had better be a placeholder, because this is the most disappointing set bonus I've seen (for us non-discos, anyway). I never use HW: Sanctuary because of the disgustingly low amount of healing it does (except when I'm raiding BWD/BoT/Throne, and -maybe- once in a while on Occu'thar), so that's useless to me. And, being holy and thus generally assigned (usually of my own accord) to raid healing, I'm never in Chakra: Serenity, so the reduced CD on the HW is also useless. And since anyone in their right mind wouldn't assign a hol--excuse me, non-discipline--priest to tank healing, at least not where they stand now, I think it'll go wasted for a lot of priests.On the other hand, the discipline 4P? I have a disc OS (because, you know, I like healing on my priest, and I can't do it as non-discipline, right?) that would love this. The only problem I foresee is not knowing when to expect it (that DPS you just shielded who almost immediately afterward stopped taking damage? DOUBLE THE SHIELD!), but that's the nature of it and I'll take that over nothing.
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