Skull of gul'dan never made sence.
If anything, it should be a lock aura
Yeah we're not demon/evil casters, we're the shadow cast by the light, the yin to the healing priest's yang. Green fire is so far from our lore I would be very surprised if Blizz did it, and I definitely would not use it myself.
I like the option that the glyph provides but I personally love the pitch black silhouette effect and don't mind at all that gear isn't visible.
How anti-climatic! I was really looking forward to seeing this as well. :|
Originally Posted by unholytestamentOriginally Posted by stormcall
<3 Thanks Geekissexy for the sig <3<Singularity> :: 6/7H LF Boomkin/R Shaman/Rogue
I can't say that I am really enjoying this glyph...
Still going to take it up so my transmog gear will be easier to see.
trololol didn't read
Didnt expect to much and for real its not really this big but its cool and i will use it cause more dark t6 version
Now I have 3 different forms to play as spriest: normal look, without shadow and with more visible shadow....pew pew
Worgen spriest definatly have most transform options
Im sorry for my bad english :P
NOO!O! its horrible... why are they turning us into Locks
It's about what I expected. The biggest complaint that I saw everywhere was that people couldn't see their gear or that they didn't like the one-dimensional purple (even if it was translucent) and so they changed both aspects for the people who wanted the changes. I appreciate that Blizzard actually listened to the spriest community and I do like what the glyph does since it doesn't remove the spriesty-ness. Won't be using the glyph though, I love my dark purple self too much xD
Warlocks got a new shadowbolt spell effect, we still throw little purple flames and we call it Mind blast
Well... that was anticlimactic. One word shall sum this up. That word is lame.
Here's to hoping it's a placeholder. /toast.
Last edited by Rosreniadhya; 2011-10-16 at 08:23 PM.
Hmm, pretty cool. Nothing spectacular, but I'll probably be using it. Will be nice to see my gear a little more.