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2-12-2008 @ 11:43PM
I too run with a heavy resto-feral hybrid. Mine's a bit less on the resto, but I have a different purpose for it. I'm a "casual" which means I heal mostly 5 mans for my guild and a bit of pvp, but I also solo a lot as my playtime is often only 30-40 minutes at a time. Soloing is where this build shines, for someone who likes to heal. If you love druid healing but hate killing things super slow, going oom on your own, and respeccing constantly, this one's for you. I mainly melee in cat and then pop out to heal myself between fights. My mana regens during the next fight cat so I rarely have to stop to drink or eat (aside from renewing my well-fed buff). Omen of clarity serves me well, as it often procs while my target is stunned, giving me an extra attack from behind and a chance to get that 5-combo-point bleed dot up sooner. I'd say it is well worth the talent point for someone who solos frequently. I did take natures focus for those longer fights where I need to heal myself in the middle, which brings me to another advantage of this--as a balance-resto hybrid, you may run out of mana when soloing and be unable to heal yourself sufficiently, but happens much less as a feral-resto.In summary: I find this type of hybrid build allows for good healing and easier solo play without the hassle of having to constantly respec.
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