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Thursday, January 6, 2011

PTR 4.0.6- Upcoming Glyph Changes- What You Need To Know

With the PTR out now, you will probably start to see quite a few posts on the new content. From what I can see now, there is ALOT of nerfing/adding abilities that will affect everyone's toons. Blizz is confused. Really confused. I logged in to the PTR and I am already having 85s? no worgen/goblins? Bah. I will wait till later on, let them fix that while I update you with the "possible" glyph changes to live, coming soon to a server near you!(these are not set in stone, as they are on the test realm now, but they will be close if not exact come patch time). You might want to tab these posts as favorites for future reference, as these are PTR changes, and will not affect us for a few weeks to a month (just a guess on time there ya'll). As I see changes that are of the Gold"ish" variety, I will post as soon as I can. On to the glyphs:

Glyph of Regrowth now causes the heal-over-time effect to refresh itself on targets at or below 50% health, up from 25%.
Glyph of Wrath now increases damage done by Wrath by 10% and no longer requires Insect Swarm on the target.

Glyph of Divine Plea now adds 6% mana, for a total of 18% over 9 seconds.

Glyph of Mind Flay no longer requires Shadow Word: Pain to be on the target.
Glyph of Pain Suppression has been renamed Glyph of Desperation and now allows Guardian Spirit to be cast while stunned, in addition to Pain Suppression.
Glyph of Psychic Horror now reduces the cooldown of Psychic Horror by 30 seconds, down from 60.
Glyph of Spirit of Redemption has been converted into Glyph of Prayer of Mending, which increases the healing done by the first charge of Prayer of Mending by 60%.

Glyph of Soul Swap cooldown has been increased to 15 seconds, up from 10 seconds.

Glyph of Rapid Charge has been changed from a 7% reduction to Charge's cooldown, to 1 second off of the cooldown. This change is primarily to clarify the exact cooldown reduction this glyph provides.

So what do these mean to you? Well, if they affect you, then you either like or hate the change to the glyph. If you hate it, what are you gonna do? Yup. Use a Dust of Disappearance to change out. What does that mean? Get ready to pre post a few stacks of these pre patch (we should know on mondays, but this is probably a month away...)


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