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Patch 8.1.5 Build 29281: Class Changes

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Check out the latest Class changes that went live this week on 8.1.5 PTR.

Check out our Patch 8.1.5 Hub for the latest news about WoW's upcoming content update.

Paladin

  • Avenging Wrath Avenging Wrath
    • Protection - Call upon the Light to become an avatar of retribution, increasing your damage, healing, and critical strike chance by 20% for 20 sec. Your first Light of the Protector Judgment will critically strike.

Monk

Mistweaver

  • Essence Font Essence Font - Unleashes a rapid twirl of healinh bolts at up to 6 allies within 30 yds every 1.0 sec for 3 sec. Each bolt heals a target for [ 33.75% of Spell Power ], plus an additional [ 12% of Spell Power ] over 8 sec. Gust of Mists will heal affected targets twice. Castable while moving.

Shaman

Enhancement

  • Thunderaan's Fury Thunderaan's Fury - Stormstrike deals 51 additional damage, and has a 8 10% chance to summon Thunderaan's Fury Totem, doubling the chance to activate Windfury Weapon for 6 sec.
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8 minutes ago, Demonpuke said:

So mistweaver is being buffed? Really? Why do they keep buffing the classes that DONT NEED IT and ignoring the ones that do? Blizzard must have hired a retard to handle class balance this expansion. Actually, I think a retard could do a better job than the moron who is in charge of this. 

shhh, they got hit hard during hotfixes, this is nothing.

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1 hour ago, Stan said:

Avenging WrathAvenging Wrath

  • Protection - Call upon the Light to become an avatar of retribution, increasing your damage, healing, and critical strike chance by 20% for 20 sec. Your first Light of the Protector Judgment will critically strike.

This seems a little more fitting than a Crit on the next Judgment.

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7 hours ago, Demonpuke said:

So mistweaver is being buffed? Really? Why do they keep buffing the classes that DONT NEED IT and ignoring the ones that do? Blizzard must have hired a retard to handle class balance this expansion. Actually, I think a retard could do a better job than the moron who is in charge of this. 

Where is the buff? it seems more like a tooltip change.

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I totally agree w/ Demonpuke's comments. I've been playing WoW since BC days (mainly RBG's) and BfA is bar far one of the worst efforts I have seen blizziod attempt to balance talents & power for pvp. Whoever in the blizziod org that approved these pathetic efforts to set talents & power in BfA, needs to be replaced!

 

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