A few hotfixes went in today. One you’ll be happy with, one… not so much.
- It is no longer possible to cancel Lunar Shower by right-clicking the buff, or canceling it via a macro.
- Starfall is no longer hitting targets that are within 40 yards if they are not in combat with the druid or his/her party/raid members. It is targeting all hostile characters in combat with the druid’s party/raid members, is not hitting Stealth characters, is not breaking crowd control effects, and is not targeting nearby critters.
The change to Lunar Showers even further clarifies how useless the talent is now. As for Starfall, thank god they fixed it. Also glad to see it ignores CC.
An undocumented “change” that I’ve noticed:
The game now is apparently smart, and if you have 0 Energy, it’ll cancel the Eclipse buff as soon as you cast something. This is overtly annoying as your lunar/solar energy is set to 0 whenever you change zones. To test this, acquire Solar Eclipse and then relog. When you log in, you’ll have Solar Eclipse. As soon as you sunfire a mob, the Eclipse is gone.
This wouldn’t be so annoying if Blizzard managed to preserve your lunar/solar energy whenever you changed zones or relogged.