Dec 31st 2009 12:42AM lol, my girlfriend essentially stopped playing the game because of the druid swim form. ty blizz.
Sep 16th 2009 2:46PM I play a disc priest, and never, never, NEVER take hit gear from a caster in your raid, even it is a slight upgrade for you. Hit goes completely to waste on you (unless you MC all the time or something...?) and there is plenty other gear without hit for you to pick up. The only time I would ever take hit gear is if absolutely no DPS needed it as an upgrade. Let's put it this way...
How would you like a DPS (say a mage) rolling on some trinket with a healing proc (you know, you heal and gain X spell power), because it has crit, when you need that item? It's an extreme example, because normal non-trinket items have many more stats than trinks, but the point should be clear - hit is not for you, unless no other DPS casters require it.
I know people in my guild would be upset if I rolled need on caster gear with hit.
Aug 4th 2009 6:51AM playing a priest is awesome. i loved levelling and i love end game healing. if you are trying to straight up grind to 80, playing a priest is not going to be that awesome... but if you're willing to take it slow, do instances, get in BGs, etc, it's GREAT.
also, to all these people QQing about lowbie priests, seriously, try holy for levelling until you have the points to get shadowform. holy is completely OP at lower levels.
why are people saying end game healing is boring, or that we don't use many of our spells? i play disc, and regularly use bubble/flash/penance/binding/PoH/renew/PoM... never GHeal, I'll accept, but a hell of a lot more fun than other classes seem to be for healing.