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3-14-2012 @ 8:46PM
I'm not sure it's appropriate right now to do a purely speculative article regarding MoP when we have a lot to talk about already through the Talent changes currently shown. Most of this article talks about a potential change to selfless healer that is now entirely irrelevant (They eventually changed the buff into something that's actually very useful in pvp).But it doesn't really explore the new selfless healer and it's problems (Namely that it's too good for a ret paladin when faced with the other choices in regards to both pvp AND pve) or the implication of clemency and the ability to "Bubble wall" (Or bubble sac wall) a caster cleave in 3s, or how Hand of Purity isn't strong given our heavy reliance on Freedom and our inability to have two hands on a player at a time (And it's usefulness being entirely dependant on encounter mechanics for PvE).Of course, you could talk about it -next- week, but by then it's entirely possible that a mountain of new info will come out and some of that data will be out-of-date.
3-14-2012 @ 9:03PM
Yeah, ditto this. I was really looking forward to a ret column discussing the new MoP talents when WoWInsider was running one for all the other specs.
3-14-2012 @ 11:50PM
This column is biweekly, unfortunately, so I'll have to miss out on all of the post-press week news. However, unless something super spectacular comes up before my next column is set to air, I promise I'll do a MoP talent / press week wrap up type of post. Sound good?
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