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3-14-2012 @ 8:45PM
I have always thought that our hand spells could do more to help us live up to this ideal of being a 'support' class. They would still be buffs on a player that would aid them in their task.Healer - placing a hand on healer would increase their single target or AoE heals during a particularly intense healing phase. If cast on the Paladin it would reduce Holy Radiance CD, cast time, mana, or even Holy Light increase from the Crusade talent. Something to give a slight advantage but not as much as if used on an actually healer.Tanks - work in a similar fashion to Sacrifice/HoP so as to act like an adsorb or once the hit has been taken a percentage is returned to the target as a health all at once or over time. If cast on the Paladin it would act the same but to lesser effect, we have our own bubble after all.DPS - Would be like a mini wings or zealorty (increase rage/Combo point etc regen) for a period of time. No effect on casting paladin because we have Wings/Zealotry.Reduce their CD to 1min so that we can use these abilites more often and to greater effect throughout the duration of the fight. If we are a support class then give us the means and oppurtinity to do just that.Give others a reason to take us not just as tanks or healers but as a worthwhile DPS investment. In that we can still bring a suitable amount of dps to the table but more importantly we also bring a little added extra to others ;)
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