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Spiritual Guidance: Further thoughts on priest healing in Pandaria {WoW}

Nov 15th 2011 12:32PM I just looked at the numbers for my last Rags fight. I cast Holy Nova 9 times during molten seeds, averaging 9.5k healing and 13.5k damage per cast. With the glyph, that's not terrible. It's optional, but not useless, and that seems about what it should be.

It's got pvp utility as well, of course, pushing back captures, stealth detection, and a 4th spell to cast when running away.

Spiritual Guidance: Further thoughts on priest healing in Pandaria {WoW}

Nov 15th 2011 11:53AM I presently use Holy Nova, glyphed, on the molten seeds, on the fragments on Rhyolith, and on the eyes in BH. It only makes sense where the damage is helpful, you're moving, most people are in range and you've got mana to spare, but it isn't useless. And while fishing, of course.

Spiritual Guidance: Minor glyphs for discipline and holy priests, plus some pre-BlizzCon silliness {WoW}

Oct 18th 2011 12:44PM This. I've been soloing wrath heroics as disc, and using the fiend + fade to buy a few seconds, or, if I'm having one of my smart days, avoid a stun, is great. And really, you want me to respec every time to save on feather outlays?

Blizzard responds to Guardian Cub controversy {WoW}

Oct 12th 2011 12:14PM That's the point: trotting out one of those pets is announcing that
$10-$20 dollars is insignificant to you. For me, this isn't true,
and I don't want people thinking it's true. So I won't be buying
one of these moggies on the AH.

Being cheap is it's own vanity.

Blizzard responds to Guardian Cub controversy {WoW}

Oct 12th 2011 12:12PM bah, comment threading fail. This place is weirdly set up.

Blizzard responds to Guardian Cub controversy {WoW}

Oct 12th 2011 12:11PM That's the point: trotting out one of those pets is announcing that $10-$20 dollars is insignificant to you. For me, this isn't true, and I don't want people thinking it's true. So I won't be buying one of these moggies on the AH.

Being cheap is it's own vanity.

Blizzard responds to Guardian Cub controversy {WoW}

Oct 12th 2011 10:43AM Ask yourself this: if it was like the pink elephant, and only you could see it, would you still buy it?

There are a lot of pets and mounts in the game. I don't believe people so many people really prefer the ones that cost money. I think when they pick the pet, there's an element of, hey, look what I just bought. That's what conspicuous consumption is about. It isn't a intentional decision to flash your money, it's being happy because you have something other people want.

Blizzard responds to Guardian Cub controversy {WoW}

Oct 11th 2011 4:31PM So, I don't mind them existing. But, however cute it is, I won't be buying one on the AH: someone might mistake me for the sort of person who pays extra for sparkle ponies and the like. The cash pet store really is a fascinating example of conspicuous consumption in action: people buy these things to prove they have more money than sense.

Blizzard responds to Guardian Cub controversy {WoW}

Oct 11th 2011 4:24PM I don't understand the apocalyptic scenario. Yes, people can use this to buy gold. But no one can use it to sell gold for anything more valuable than a flying moggie. If Basil wanted to cash out and turn 1,000,000 gold into actual currency, this doesn't provide a way to do that, so it doesn't open the door to for-profit goldfarming. Now, if you could sell them back to Blizzard for cash, that would be a problem.

It's cosmetic, it doesn't let people cash in, I don't see the problem.

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