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Healing Reduction Effects Doubled in Shadowlands Beta

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We have some wider changes for 5 classes in the form of healing reduction effects getting tweaked, as Mortal Wounds, Wound Poison and Mortal Cleave and Legion Strike get doubled!

Blizzard LogoMortal Wounds Update (source)

To increase the impact of “Mortal Wounds Mortal Wounds” and similar healing reduction effects in PvE situations, we’re doubling the magnitude of these effects against non-player enemies. The value of these effects will remain the same against players.

Warrior, Hunter, Monk

  • Mortal Wounds Mortal Wounds now reduces healing taken by 50% (25% against players).

Rogue

  • Wound Poison Wound Poison now reduces healing taken by 8% per stack (4% against players).

Warlock

All Shadowlands Class Changes

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Death Knight 9.0.1 Class Changes

Mage 9.0.1 Class Changes

Rogue 9.0.1 Class Changes

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Demon Hunter 9.0.1 Class Changes

Monk 9.0.1 Class Changes

Shaman 9.0.1 Class Changes

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Druid 9.0.1 Class Changes

Paladin 9.0.1 Class Changes

Warlock 9.0.1 Class Changes

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Hunter 9.0.1 Class Changes

Priest 9.0.1 Class Changes

Warrior 9.0.1 Class Changes

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