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5-17-2007 @ 1:01PM
The build you have picked is decent for a mix of PvE and PvP, but it completely misses in the Restoration tree. Resto Level 1Improved Healing Wave is a FAR better talent than 5% off heals. The 0.5 seconds can really make a difference. Also, an Elemental Shaman can generally still main-heal instances that are not too difficult as long as you have this talent.Resto Level 2Improved Reincarnation VERY situational, and I don't find myself self-rezzing much anyways, so I skip it. Totemic Focus is a great talent and Ancestral Healing is too. Choose between them, but don't put more than 5 points in this level of Resto (as Elemental).Resto Level 3Three of these talents are phenomenal, and one is completely useless. I would take Totemic Mastery first, and then add points to Healing Focus. Nature's Guidance is also a great talent, but only for PvE (since you've already maxed your +hit in PvP).When Choosing a build for a mix of PvE and PvP it's important to determine which talents are useful in both situations. The last two levels in the Elemental Tree (Lightning Overload and Totem of Wrath) are mostly useful in PvE, whereas there are other talents that will benefit a more rounded Shaman in variable situations. And isn't that why we play a hybrid class? This build is my favorite for maximizing both PvE and PvP talents without missing out too much in either area:http://www.wowhead.com/?talent=hE0zqcMqAobZxcbt0xo
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