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5-01-2008 @ 4:14PM
You can do any quest as resto and it even aids in your survivability since your healing and ES more than cover any sort of problem situation. If you have patience, just flamtongue your weapon, drop a searing and wack at mobs (with some shocks in for quick tagging or interrupts). Or, if you are feeling more impatient on quest with lots of mobs to kill, wack at a few, shock a few, run around and gather them all in a nice spot, drop your fire elemental and keep him healed. Throw in a chain lightning to help things along and boom, half the quest is done! I may be a healer, but I'm questing beast. I never drink.
5-02-2008 @ 9:36AM
I'm actually leveling a resto shammy right now. My shammy is currently 68 just starting on Nagrand quests and I have no problem soloing anything. I've done almost every 2 and 3 person quest solo. I do the water shield solution most people are saying. On most mobs, I usually start with 2 or 3 lightning bolts, then flame shock, drop searing totem and whack away with 1hand + flametongue till dead, while renewing water shield as it goes down. Caster mobs is rotating grounding totem and Earth Shock till dead. I pretty much never drink. If I start to get really low on mana I find a melee mob and just whack away at him without casting any shocks or lightning and the entire time and I just keep renewing water shield.
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