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10-11-2011 @ 3:15PM
Dear Allison,1. I want a biscuit, granted I commented about your header screenshot.2. I agree with your statement that Nosferatmoo is the best name ever.3. I'm still sad that they (Blizz) aren't rethinking this change. I could be wrong though if they are reading the forum's concerns and input.4. If this is the way it continues with regard to Wild Growth, I'll stay a feral cat/bear and do the occasional raid healing substitute if my guild asks. I'm going to put on my tinfoil hat and say this:Let's say WG is not changed back or altered slightly to benefit us as resto druids, the next one that could follow might be Nourish or Rejuv. I can't think of how they would do it, but I'm worried./takes off tin foil hat
10-11-2011 @ 4:40PM
1. Ah, true. Twitterati were hip to the header image before it went live. Here's your biscuit!2. I didn't realize it for a bit because my Grid only includes the first 5 or 6 letters in a player's name, but when I did, it was glorious.3. I definitely think it's the sort of change they're not making lightly -- from what GC said, they looked at it independent of the numbers that Tranquility was (p)adding to druid healing -- but overall I'm actually not too put out that they feel they've got to nerf Wild Growth. WG is just too good. But WG's numbers, I'd argue, really aren't the issue so much as its status as kind of an all-purpose dial for buffing or nerfing druid raid healing, which I think signifies something's a bit troublesome with how the spec operates. 4. I have to admit I'm more worried about what'll happen to Rejuv in the run-up to the next expansion. HOTs that scale with both haste and crit are problematic to balance given the nature of raid damage in the game.
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