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2-17-2012 @ 8:58PM
Oh Tyler, you're looking at DoC all wrong. You used Healing Touch as an example, but DoC isn't meant for that or Rejuvenation for that matter. So, if you're balance, what is it meant for? I'll give you a hint, look at tier 2. Looking at each druid talent individually, its easy not to be very impressed. Its when you look at the big picture and start putting them together, that's when it gets exciting. DoC is a passive talent, it doesn't force you to shift out of form. Rejuvenation and Healing Touch do. However, both Renewal (which DoC bumps from 30% up to 40%) and Cenarion Ward (which gets bumped up to 16000 total health from 12000) can be activated in any form. That means you get a pretty significant heal PLUS a damage boost at no extra cost. If I'm doing PvE, I'm picking Dream of Cenarius.
2-17-2012 @ 9:08PM
The dmg bonus from DoC is only given from using "non-instant casts of nourish, healing touch, and regrowth" I was thinking about the same thing, but then I saw that part of the tool-tipSo you would get the boost to your next heal but not to your dmg (unless you shift out of your form and do a "casted" heal...but this may all change and they could make it easier to do things like that
2-18-2012 @ 7:22AM
It is actually a little bit lame for your level 90 talent to be: "Makes your other healing talent a little better". I'm just sayin...
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