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3-12-2012 @ 8:08PM
Binding heal feels OP in PvP, I think making it Holy only is more 'fair' in balancing the two priest heal PvP trees. And mana regen in pvp holy (yes, I pvp holy) is much worse than in Disc. Of course, nothing is OP compared to a holy paladin. . . .
3-12-2012 @ 8:54PM
Heh, reminds me of the ending to Wowcrendor's How to win at PvP 2."Okay, so we're going to cc the healer and burst down the... Aw crap, they got a paladin. I quit.""Me too."
3-13-2012 @ 10:10AM
Hmmm. I play a disc priest in BGs on both the Horde and Alliance side. I don't use Binding Heal much, I have my macros and Healbot set up to make Shield (glyphed), Renew (glyphed and talented), and Penance instant cast. Maybe not the best setup, but it seems to have been effective so far. I have BH macro'd to my focus along with four other spells and I change focus a lot in some fights (FC in WSG or Twin Peaks or EotS, tank in AV or IoC) but I don't actually use BH very much. And not at all in instances (I don't raid and don't plan to). So I won't miss it much.barely use Divine Hymn? I use it whenever it's off cooldown in BGs and for specific boss fights in instances - anytime there's big AoE burst coming. And for GY fights or zergs in AV it can be very effective or the last-ditch in front of the relic chamber in SotA.Or maybe I just play a lot differently than everyone else?
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