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1-08-2012 @ 11:22AM
I love my disco priest, being able to prevent my friends from being hurt in the first place with a bubble shield, then being able to mend their wounds while smiting the enemy. I also love my wings (though admittedly they do look better as shadow).I love the look of my priest as shadow, but unfortunately I'm nowhere near as good at DPS as I am at healing. It's still my offspec though :)
1-08-2012 @ 1:14PM
More Disco love is needed in here!I **adore** this current incarnation of Disc, I just feel SO happy every time I'm playing it and it hasn't waned at all for me since Cat launch. I love those golden bubbles and the caring feeling of protecting my companions with healing prayers. Divine Aegis is another detail I love, that all my heals can give more protection and the mechanic of using heals to trigger them in key parts of fights appeals to me greatly.Atonement is really what clinches it for me, I love the sort of Yin-Yang feel that what smites the face off an enemy will also heal my companions :D I know its considered a suboptimal mechanic by some, but I find its perfect when used at the right time in tandem with the rest of the Disc tool-kit. And my offspec ..... disc again :D Though its Atoneless and its a PVP build. Double Disco Fever all the way!
1-08-2012 @ 3:10PM
I LOVE Evangalism/Atonement priesting. Best thing ever to get 25k smite crit and heal the tank for 30k health with one spell. I've never had more fun healing and the new gear levels make this spec even more fun. Smites used to heal for about the same as my "heal" spell would heal for, now they are up to flash heal+ levels. I can't fathom how healing could be anymore fun! Long live healing through damage, long live Evangalism/Disc!
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