Thank god they added that period to the Molten Armor description.I lol'd.QFT
Fire Mage with Hot Streak and Wrath of Tarecgosa:"It's a proc within a proc!"Elemental Shaman with Elemental Overload and Wrath of Tarecgosa:"We have to go deeper!"
BLIZZ stop shaman kilts plzz! but awsome!
haha. IDD will be fun to see
Causes 475 Shadow damage over until cancelled.I see there are many typos...Missing word aside (which is a grammatical error, not a spelling error), "cancelled" is correct. It is, however, the British English spelling of the word, not that of American English. :P
either some items are missing on the list or tanks are not going to be happy with the rep rewards
Seeing as Dragonwrath's proc was already "hinted at" on its preview page, I'd say this new information on its proc effect is not very surprising.http://us.battle.net/wow/en/forum/topic/2510611964?page=2#23http://us.battle.net/wow/en/blog/2685003We all knew what the proc was, but I was still wondering how that proc would work for Shadow Priests (and Affliction Warlocks, I guess). Having it just recast say, VT, would sound stupid since it just refreshes something you've just refreshed, but seeing that it'll appear as a different effect, now that makes sense.
Wowowowowowow.(This might be interesting. Does this work on mobs?)Why wouldn't it? Since tanks are crit-immune, it only really helps doing dailies or if a non-tank is taking melee. 6 seconds is sufficiently short that keeping 100% uptime means you'd be casing exo every third spell, so cheesing things with a non-tank-specced player doesn't seem feasible.Very interesting PvP change, as it gives Paladins a unique offensive skill. They needed something, considering how much utility the other three healers have in PvP.Tank dies and need a CR. Who tanks until tank's up?Pally spams exorcism and saves the day!