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3-21-2010 @ 10:21PM
As usual, some great advice to keep in mind. I always wondered when was a good idea to get that glyph... now I get a reasonable logical answer backed with solid data. This guy does things right.That glyph feels like its almost right but not quite there. I believe we should get 2 more elementals as part of our arsenal. We are shamans and all the cool storm themed, fire themed and wind themed spells belong to other classes. Elemental totems are one of the awesome things that make being a shaman cool even though one of them is pretty much useless beyond tanking a few non elite mobs for a few seconds here and there.
3-22-2010 @ 11:32AM
Actually, that's interesting. There is overlap between druids (nature theme), shaman (elemental theme) as well as some mages (also partially elemental themed.)As shamans, we also have the spirit world to draw power from. We don't have many spirit themed spells. Rather than pushing other classes away from elemental spells, moving us slightly in the spiritual direction would give us a more unique image.
3-23-2010 @ 8:29AM
Shamans are supposed to be themed around the elements of nature while druids are more themed around animals. Fire and earth are 2 of those elements so those make sense. There is a crossover with mages but shammies shouldn't just be focused on lightning, that would be a bit boring.I would love to see the elementals re-designed to not just look like flaming voidwalkers though.
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