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The Daily Blues


Each day, takes you through all the blue posts and other Blizzard news from around the internet. From the latest posts from Ghostcrawler (lead systems designer) to the lowdown on StarCraft 2 and Diablo III, we'll keep you informed.

In which I've come to like healing as well.

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Ghostcrawler -- Holy paladin tree
We removed the prereq chain from Divine Illumination to Aura Mastery and Light of Dawn. We had the prerq in there to make sure paladins didn't skip over a powerful group utility talent in a perhaps selfish attempt to enhance their personal healing per second, but we do acknowledge that it is far less useful in say 5-player dungeons.


Nethaera -- Do people enjoy healing?

I rolled a healer out of guild necessity.

I've come to love it.

This was my scenario as well. I've found that I actually enjoy healing though.

Lylirra -- Darkshore Q&A
Game designers Luis Barriga and Craig Amai sat down with us to discuss upcoming changes to Darkshore's landscape, the fate of Auberdine, and the challenges of redesigning an old-world zone from the ground up in this World of Warcraft: Cataclysm content preview.

Check out the new Q&A on the Cataclysm site now:

Vaneras -- New Fan Art
Today we feature some of Panangrim's artwork with a piece entitled: Let The Lock Handle All! Watch in awe as this powerful undead warlock weaves his shadowy magic against the demons surrounding him.

We're always looking for new fan art and if you're an artist, you can submit your work to us here.

We update the Gallery regularly and encourage you to check regularly to see what new and talented submissions are on display.

Vaneras -- New Fan Wallpaper
We have just added a new fan art wallpaper from JUNC to our Fan World of Warcraft Wallpaper Gallery featuring some of mighty heroes of the Horde in a piece entitled "The Light of the Horde".

Take a moment to check it out!


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