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10-05-2011 @ 9:46PM
This isn't about fixing Shaman or *just* nerfing druids. The post is about how the toolbox for druid sucks. and Druids need a cool CD like SLT for reduction or for tank healing. Those aren't the druid niche. The druid niche is HoT healing, and you have a great cd in tranquility for raid healing. Your toolbox isn't broken, you have the same tools that the other healers have with some CDs that they don't have, just like they have a niche and CDs that you don't have. The balance may be off, that is what the PTR is about, trying to get the right balance among the tools. Trying to say that you won't be able to raid heal without an op -according to GC- Wildgrowth sounds like you are out of touch with Blizz's ideas on how healing should work. They want to make you think hard about how you are healing, they want you to have to chain and combo heals to perform well. My disc and holy priest team and I are aware of how we have to do these things to be adequate raid healers. That druids are going to be forced to use the tools (which may have to be tuned) that they have at hand is a good thing instead of enabling them to spam a single heal. It is the same reason I am happy with the changes to Chain Heal from Lich King. I don't spam CH anymore, I think and have to make decisions. It is harder, not broken.
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