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    Possible way to help the CoH nerf, tell me your opinions...

    I was doing some thinking this morning, and I believe i might have found a solution to the CoH to make it a bit better and still have what blizzard wants...the use of other spells.

    Perhaps maybe a Glyph? Hear me out when i suggest this and think about it. I haven't put too much thought into it or anything to figureo ut what would be good numbers but:

    "Your healing spells give you a % chance to refresh you Circle of Healing cooldown."

    I was thinking maybe a number like 20%...maybe 30% (The number has to be high enough to make it useful but not over powered)

    What do you guys think? I mean it will do as blizzard apparently wants some priests to do...use other spells! I mean personally Circle of Healing has never counted for more than 20% of my healing except for certain bosses where I was AoE healing but a 6 second cooldown still hurts.

    Post your opinions..who knows maybe it'll get brought up to blizzard?

  2. #2

    Re: Possible way to help the CoH nerf, tell me your opinions...

    That sounds like a decent idea that you could build upon, but how many spells are you actually casting in that 6 second span? I feel like the cooldown would be over by the time it procs.
    Quote Originally Posted by Zenarius
    You sir, is a retard.

  3. #3

    Re: Possible way to help the CoH nerf, tell me your opinions...

    Well you can't expect to go CoH, Renew, CoH, Renew, CoH

    Whole point to it is to cast CoH and maybe itll be refreshed after u pop a renew or flash heal or even a Prayer of mending on the tank..

  4. #4

    Re: Possible way to help the CoH nerf, tell me your opinions...

    I wouldn't use the glyph personally. It's only a six second CD, and yeah if it procs, you might save 3 seconds or so. But there will also be lots of times where it procs the refreshed cooldown but you don't even need a CoH at the moment. The cooldown is so small, I just don't see any need to add anything to make it smaller/refresh it. Good thinking though.


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