I found this little gem on the beta boards this evening. Awesome awesome stuff! Check it:
We’re also going to be putting a little bit of dodge (~10%?) onto Monkey. I’ll update when we decide on a final number.
Just for consistency, paladin auras will probably get the same treatment.
These changes should go live before Nov 13.
As always, thanks for all of the feedback, and please keep it up now that many of the changes are live.
EDIT: After further discussion, we’re not crazy about the “stance dancing” that hunters need to do to switch to Monkey when someone is in on you in melee. As we’ve said a few times, Disengage and Deterrence should be your go-to abilities at that time. If anything, removing Aspects from the GCD makes it feel like you are supposed to go Monkey every time you’re in melee.
Rather than revert the change, we are introducing a new spell!
Instead of getting new ranks of Hawk at level 75 and 80, you now get the new Aspect of the Dragonhawk. This powerful aspect combines all of the effects of Hawk and Monkey. Any talent or glyph that affects either Hawk or Monkey also affects Dragonhawk the same way. The idea is that you retire Hawk and Monkey at level 75 and go to essentially two Aspects: Dragonhawk for combat and Viper for mana regen.
Add in Aspect of the Viper getting passive regen and it’s a pretty good day! Minus this lag in-game. Which I assume will be fixed with the downtime in the early morning. > >