Interesting post bout having MoC work on all heals.You might think that now, but things can change.
True, you might only get 1 or 2 heals off in that case.Just a correction: If you let OOC proc before innervating with the Moment of Clarity talent, you're going to waste some duration of it just casting innervate, so we'd really only get 2-3s free casts, not 4-5s in that case.
So whilst casually browsing the leveling perks for restodruids on wow head, I stumbled across something that might be worth noting in this thread.
"Readiness: Restoration. Increases the cooldown recovery rate by 0% on your Innervate, Nature's Swiftness, Tranquility, Might of Ursoc, Stampeding Roar, and Ironbark abilities (0% cooldown reduction)."
Personally, I don't quite understand the rational here. Why include a non-CD'd spell in a new stat that inherently reduces the spell's CD duration.
How could this possibly benefit us? Would this somehow reduce the "no mana-use on healing spells" downtime of Innervate? Thoughts?
Having been a victim of the 5 second rule once before, unlike the vast majority of other druids here; I can only say that this is stupid; and there is a reason it got removed from the game once already.
Having 4 healers, and 1 sit outside the 5sr (5 sec rule), giving the other 3 healers the chance to basically spend all their mana, was kind of good but in the end we were all doing it, so it was just a quirky way of playing that required a queue system.
Theres little to nothing this can add to our play style in its current form, but I think its safe to assume it will never go live so I am not too worried.
^ I agree with this.
can not be trusted. I remember prior to 5.4 they also datamined CD reduction trinkets for healers much like the tank the melee dps trinkets that made it live so those tooltips are probably a hold over from that.
Diplomacy is just war by other means.