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8-09-2008 @ 10:30AM
3 additional water shield globes? I dont get it... water shield is free, when it goes down all you have to do is put it back up. I cant see how this does anything but saves you a global cooldown, and thats assuming your in an encounter where youre taking alot of damage. Yeah were getting some abilities that improve the globes effectiveness in improved shields in enhance and imp water shield in resto, but with the shield being free to cast, i hardly see how adding more orbs is helpful. Maybe all those extra swirling globes will be extremely disorienting to opponents, and be a nice pvp buff...
8-12-2008 @ 4:27PM
There's a talent in the Resto tree that will consume a water shield charge when you cast healing spells. Doubling the charges on the shield combines well with that talent by cutting in half the number of GCDs you'll trip recasting the shield in a fight where you aren't getting hit.
8-09-2008 @ 12:34PM
http://wotlk.wowhead.com/?spell=16198You will be using up those water shield orbs pretty fast.Especially with Tidal Force. Essentially it is meant to fix the mana regen problems resto shaman will have since they have no talent allowing them to regen mana will casting and elemental shaman they share gear with won't want a ton of MP/5 on their gear, so the gear is likely to be low on that stat, but have tons of spell crit.
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