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3-30-2012 @ 11:35AM
Being a Destro Lock I am most excited about the changes they are bringing to the class and spec. For those who have played the beta, how to the Fel Embers size up as a secondary resource? It is fun? I remember Blizz describing the spec as a "caster rogue", where you build up the embers which work like combo points. The other day I read on the official WoW forums that Life Tap is getting removed for Destro... is managing mana still a problem for the spec? Or do the fel embers make up for that? Any other tidbits you guys can provide would be appreciated!
3-30-2012 @ 11:49AM
I asked a lot of the same questions below, but I can answer this one: - "The other day I read on the official WoW forums that Life Tap is getting removed for Destro... is managing mana still a problem for the spec? Or do the fel embers make up for that?"Destro won't need Life Tap. Instead, we're getting a passive ability called Chaotic Energy that "substantially increases your mana regeneration". I'm not in Beta so I have no hands on experience, but the impression is that your mana will regenerate at a speed similar to Focus or Energy.
3-30-2012 @ 12:10PM
I'm not much of a warlock player but the destro changes look great to me, flavour-wise. They seem to emphasize the idea that the warlock is powered-up by a source of energy that he/she can't fully control, and which is just waiting for the moment to consume them. I'm very intrigued.
3-30-2012 @ 12:25PM
@ Revynn: :-O That's awesome actually! Who needs Life Tap? :DThe more I hear about the changes coming to Destro the more I can't wait!!!
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