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Lol. just, lol.
WHy do you think they introduced more dmg-friendly talents into the Holy tree? Why do you think there is a Holy "Dps" spec? Its for leveling up.
Stop complaining that you cant do dmg while your in a healing spec, and pick up denounce, blazing light, and blessed life.
Excorsim costs 7k mana in a holy (do i have to add "healing"?) spec cuz your not supposed to use it f your trying to heal. Period.
you're an idiot... lightning bolt costs a resto shammy @1.4k mana... before it gives them back 2100. Why should it be so different? and why should i have to spend talents to be able to kill 1 mob in a healing spec when NO other healer has to?
I was under the impression we were talking about paladins, not shaman, if your jealous of the way another class is put together, go play it... Do you think they think its fair we get to have plat e armor as healers while they are stuck with mail? Every class is different...
Can you clarify exactly what you just said? I can't tell which side of the argument you're on :x
Blizzard put in dual specialisation and you use it poorly. Anyone can see that.
You went Holy for DPS and you're surprised it's not very good? Did you seriously think a small minority of DPS talents in the tree constitute a DPS spec?
Any what? You better not say healer or you're just a troll.
If you wanted to do damage, you should probably respec to a tree suited for it. Nobody can stop you using whatever spec you want for whichever purpose you like but when the majority of talents of the tree you pick do not do anything for what you're trying to accomplish then you only have yourself to blame.
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