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5-13-2010 @ 8:09PM
- "Right when I said that, I immediately warned her that it may not be the best thing for her to do. Different healers are wired separately. There are advantages and disadvantages for leaning towards different stats." - This is precisely why I could never get into healing on my shaman. I tried it, it was fun, but I've been DPS'ing and tanking for so long that I can't help but look for that "prime" stat. Sure there are optimal set ups when it's better to put a blue gem in your warlocks gloves instead of a red, but one of the things I tell fresh 80 Death Knights is that unless you're going for an absolutely optimal setup, you can't go wrong with stacking strength. When looking how to gem/enchant my shamans resto set, the main answer I got was that there is no right answer . . . At which point my head exploded.
5-13-2010 @ 8:23PM
Well, don't let that stop you from playing a resto shaman, because it's a blast. In short, gem for haste, enchant for spellpower and crit, and you'll be in good shape. Sure, there are details, but that's true for every class and spec.You can't go wrong with stacking haste, unless you run out of mana. Which you won't for the most part if you are geared for ICC and aren't overhealing like crazy.
5-13-2010 @ 8:30PM
Yeah, I enjoyed it while it lasted, but my guild had, at the time, a severe lack of ranged DPS and they needed me on my warlock. I've had the itch to dust her off and play her again, I just need to find a new totem management addon since my UI overhaul a month or two ago screwed things up.
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