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11-25-2011 @ 6:33PM
It doesn't say the druid's ability gained depends on the target's spec, but rather their class.Each class (not spec!) donates one of four abilities, depending on the druid's spec. This means any paladin will give a resto druid... Divine Plea, say, whether or not that particular paladin has the ability, while that same paladin gives a kitty Divine Storm as a finisher.Meanwhile, each class/role combination gains a druid ability. Presumably all magi will get the same ability (a version of Insect Swarm, perhaps, to buff their nukes?), which may or may not be the same ability warlocks get (Moonfire, maybe, because clearly warlocks need more DoTs).The whole thing sounds like a balancing nightmare, though.
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