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6-21-2007 @ 5:28PM
First of all I'm a longtime shaman player. (btw i prefer shamans as plural)@1 nihilum is right with saying shamans are good at healing - imho shamans are the best crosshealers ingame: chainheal is one of the most underestimated spell in the game - and one of the most powerful (scales insanely well)so i can only recommend a restoration shaman to any raid: mana tide; u can outlast priests/druids in long fights - not as good as paladins, but u can come close to it; totembuffs, awesome earthshield and quite some survivability (our pala and me were often one of the last ones standing in many bossfights)as for pvp, restoration is great (despite some aweful bad talents in that tree, e.g. restorative totems)overall restoration is by far the best tree endgame for a shaman imho (similar to the holy tree of a paladin)however in pve, melee and ele specced shamans contribute a lot to a raid (would be too long to go into detail here)all in all, shaman is a very powerful class in pve as well as pvp, though it needs a lot of redesigning - all the issues mentioned by onnix are so damn true (which is also why i froze my acc last week)to be continued...
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