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2-26-2012 @ 1:16AM
I see your point with Might Bash, and I do think they took a good step in making it usable in all forms. It just seems that of all the healers and all the druid forms, resto got the least amount of love. I know a lot of people probably feel that way about their class/spec, but I've looked at this from the perspective of both my priest and paladin and I'm fairly excited for their changes. Anytime things change some people are going to like it, some aren't. I just can't imagine that there are too many resto druids who are psyched about the changes the way I am about my priest. With such a long way to go maybe we'll get lucky and blizzard will add some more interesting choices, or make the current choices more useful in more situations. Admittedly, the current talents are a step in the right direction compared to what was initially released. I think the goal is just to make sure blizzard is aware that there's not much for resto druids to be excited about right now and make some changes accordingly.
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