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8-03-2007 @ 7:22AM
A few things of note:1. Healing Way has nothing to do with spell crit. You cast HW, and it's there. No further effort needed. However, it's only really useful if, as you say, the group is heavy on Shaman heals. There's no benefit from it if it's all overhealing.Earth Shield: Expensive? It's one of our most efficient heals, period. 900 mana for minimum 2700 heal before gear vs 720 for 2134-2436 is nothing to sneeze at, especially since it's fire and forget.Imp Reincarnate: If you're not part of a guild large enough to run 5 mans and raid, it's worth the two points. Never underestimate the abilities of a PuG to suck.Nature's Blessing: Farthest thing from useless ever. If you're rocking enough int to get up around 9k-10k mana, then this is easy 200 spell power for 3 talent points. Nature's Guardian: Marginally useful. If you're soloing as full resto, I'd say go ahead and take it. In a group environment, you shouldn't be getting hit unless your tank sucks.Focused Mind: Strictly a PvP talent. Mobs that Silence are few and far between, and it's not hard to simply avoid farming them.Ancestral Healing: I'm also torn on this one, but the 25% armor bonus isn't that bad. Getting up around 15% spell crit isn't that hard as resto, especially if you're taking Tidal Mastery. When I raided as resto, I'd see this in the combat log every 4-5 casts.
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