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2-18-2010 @ 11:12PM
I do agree that some of the glyphs and gemming are a bit off, and you might wanna do differently based on spec and healing assignments. I usually gem with haste/crit/spellpower gems, you really can't go wrong with any of those. and as for glyphs, if you are a tank healer, you might want glyph of healing wave, if not go with glyph of lesser healing wave. Having said that, this a beginner's guide and a pretty good one at that. But those of us who are into raiding content should know all this stuff anyways, so for people are just picking it up this is great. I really can't wait until it gets into the more detailed stuff, like situational healing, specific bosses, loot, and whatever else our new Resto Shammy has in store for us.
2-18-2010 @ 11:18PM
Yes, I'm looking forward to lots of nitty gritty, but can I just request: PLEASE no loot lists! We can all use wowhead, we all know what stats are good enough, it really is a waste of your time to go and link every single item on wowhead for us when we could do it ourselves in 5 minutes.I'm always slightly amused when the class authors on wow.com choose to give gear pornography to the wow virgins who will never experience the real thing, as the people who actually are looting the crimson halls, don't need to be told that yes, this is a piece of leather and yes, it is suitable to rogues.
2-18-2010 @ 11:24PM
Yeah I know what you mean, I was talking more so like when new loot tables are announced before dungeons/raids are patched in, anything we might get a glimpse at that's not necessarily in the near near future.
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