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3-21-2012 @ 5:04PM
I'm going to try and stick with the theme of the article, and the overall feeling of the new minor glyphs. In other words, more graphical, less technical game-changers like "I want to use Heal in Shadowform."1.) Glyph of the Blackened Sanctum: While in Shadowform, your Power Word: Shield is formed with the powers of darkness, giving it a new appearance.2.) Glyph of Silent Murmurs: While using Mind Vision or Mind Control on an enemy player, they will hear the whisperings of madness. (Sends the subjected player generic whispers, similar to those generated by the Puzzle Box of Yogg-Saron.)3.) Glyph of Slithering Shadow: Your Shadowy Apparitions will now take the form of miniature Shadowfiends.4.) Glyph of the Shifting Shade: When in Shadowform your Fade spell now causes you to create after-images as you move, replacing it's previous visual effect. (To reduce lag, the after-images would only last a second or two.)5.) Glyph of Atoned Respite: While in Shadowform, damage caused to yourself via Shadow Word: Death causes emerald fire to momentarily consume your form. (I say green fire because, 'warlocky' or not, can anyone here really say that they dislike how Anathema's green energy looked while they were in Shadowform? I know I loved the contrast against the purple shroud.)6.) Glyph of Writhing Silence: Silence now causes a tendril of pure shadow energy to coil around it's victim's mouth. ...As well as the rest of their head.Anyway, just some ideas of mine. I'm rather fond of Heii's 'Glyph of the Skull,' and Phredreeke's 'Dark Resurrection.' I love the idea of glowing eyes for Shadowform too, as well as the Shadow Raven idea. All lovely suggestions. Keep up the good work, everyone!
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