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10-17-2011 @ 9:20PM
Can I talk about druid minor glyphs? Thanks. Druid have a couple nice minor glyphs- Glyph of Aquatic Form, for example, is absolutely beautiful in any aquatic environment. Glyph of Dash is, again, wonderful, especially for that pesky run after a wipe. It's even good as a combat tool for extra escape speed. Glyph of Challenging Roar is a necessity for Bear tanks, and Glyph of Unburdened Rebirth is required for everyone else. (If your tank is Brezzing, you're doing it wrong.) And trees may or may not want Glyph of the Treant. And sometimes, as a Resto druid- if you want that Treant form- you have to make sacrifices. Sacrifices like Glyph of Dash. AND IT SUCKS. That's all I came to say, thanks for listening to my whining.
10-17-2011 @ 9:49PM
You can't, because every paladin who happens to be reading this thread is facepalming too hard. Have you looked at paladin minors?
10-17-2011 @ 9:59PM
Glyph of Kilrogg says hi. Warlock Minors have been garbage since the Glyph system was introduced. The only one that is mildly useful is Glyph of Undending Breath, a spell I haven't cast since I stopped doing my TB dailies back in 4.0.3
10-17-2011 @ 10:20PM
Sorry for whining about too many decent Minor Glyphs. I guess I'm just annoyed that we will soon have (depending on how you count) as few as zero decent Major Glyphs.
10-17-2011 @ 10:22PM
Here's my comment for reference on the Major Glyphs thing. http://wow.joystiq.com/2011/10/11/shifting-perspectives-reconsidering-wild-growth/comments/34897976/I guess I should be grateful we have enough one kind of glyph......
10-17-2011 @ 11:05PM
First, glyph kilrogg is cool, second druids have some of the best minor glyphs in the game, so complaining about them is silly. This comes from somebody who plays a druid as a main and an alt... on the same server. Cat/Bear/Tree/Boomkin ftw!
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