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7-06-2010 @ 6:05PM
I hope you are capable of ignoring the troll (I believe it's the same person just using different ID's and if you look up past posts you can see that someone apparently has nothing better to do than just comment on your articles), and wanted to say thank you for this guide. I found it helpful and informative and look forward to hitting the RS with my chain heals in tow :)
7-07-2010 @ 5:03PM
Troll or not his/her point is pretty valid, like I said previously its nice that he rehashed the RS guide with a few resto shaman pointers, but its just that and people seem to want original content. For people who read this column looking for some new and insightful information who are already accustomed to how a resto shaman works are usually going to be disappointed because e this article and many in the past have been written as though the reader doesn't know their own spells. You would think if a resto shaman is in RS that they would have an idea that you use chain heal to heal a group of people and you use healing wave to heal the tanks for a large amount of health. That's my biggest gripe with Joe is that he writes as though the reader doesn't know what they are doing when many people who read these articles do know what they are doing. He could have done several things with this article like positioning tricks in p2 so you don't have to move the entire time the cutters are up, well actually that's about it because this topic is pretty dry if you have read the strat.Another thing is that the cataclysm beta is out, the talent trees are released why not make a topic about several new cool talent specs that could be used in cata and kinda doing a feeling out for some of the new talents. It would be interesting original content that would appeal to more than just people who have a resto offspec or maybe want to level a resto shaman in the future.
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