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6-15-2008 @ 12:39AM
I was still hesitant about wanting to play WotlK (given I have a shaman as my favorite class, and little desire to level another 70..er.. 80) until these abilities were leaked.I nearly died of pure "happy" when looking over the enhancement tree, much less looking over the synergies possible in every other tree now. Giving a talent in an entry level tier thats just "ridiculously" good for any spec is the way to go.5/10/15% +healing from earth shield, 5/10/15% more mana from water shield, and 5/10/15% more damage from lightning shield? Brilliant Idea! These combination talents are they way to go. It gets old after a while with a constant barrage of "+x/y/z% effect" talents. Also, streamlining the first two tiers of elemental and enhancement talents is much appreciated. I hope they do something similar with restoration.Honestly, the "summon ancestral spirit on spell crit" talent is just obscene! Heals the person (within 40 yards) who needs it most for 20/40/60% of your original crit heal? Honestly, Its good enough to be the 51 point talent. The 51 point talent doesn't excite me though. Honestly, I'd be amazed if ancestral thingie was moved to 51 point, stayed at 20%, yet also proc'd off chain heal.Speaking of which, we may possibly have another elemental pet, but this one may be a 'real' pet. Oh em gee. *gush*
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