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Glyph of Shield Slam question
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The tooltip for
Glyph of Shield Slam
says that it dispells a magic effect.
I'm sure this explanation is clear for everyone else but I'm confused by it. Does it mean it dispells a debuff from you, or does it dispell a beneficial buff from your target?
Thanks to anyone that can clear this up for me.
It dispels a magical buff from the person/thing you used it on. At random, I want to say. Back in pre-Cata or so, it would actually remove lots of helpful buffs from people you're PvPing against, but I'm not sure it did anything to PvE targets. I know I pissed off a lot of paladins with it when I was screwing around with prot PvP back in Wrath.
Thanks for the reply. I'm clear now.
To add to Aggro's post, I had to glyph into it when fighting
Wind Lord Mel'jarak
to counteract his
The glyph is all around good choice if you are grouping with lots of brainless random people (LFR, LFG).
On wind lord is more than nothing but its terrible in comparison to mass dispel.
You can only dispell one target every couple of seconds, but quickening is applied to everything every couple of seconds. So keep trying.
I'm glad it's not a "worthless" glyph outside of PvP. That kind of stuff is both depressing and somewhat nice, in a way. I've always felt the tweaks between class nerfs/buffs and such for PvP should be separate from PvE, but all that work, oi vay! Still, the more you know.
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