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7-10-2010 @ 3:19PM
I vaguely remember there being a blue post about GW being usable indoors in cata, but who knows? Also, if the new (old?) movement speed talent sticks around in some form or another in cataclysm, we won't have to worry about those dang boot enchants.I think the EJ post you mentioned determined you need to spend at least 5 seconds or so running around not hitting something in order for the speed enchant to be worth it...I'm with you, though, I take it either way.These are all great tips, and like Arrowsmith said, if you can't figure out the jump-shock, hunters can usually help you out.Tips: - I like to pop a Shock on the boss as I run in at the very beginning of the fight. - If you're on a fight where you can use your Wolves at the beginning, go ahead and pop Spirit Walk to sprint in there and get an extra second of melee.BUT, don't go in gun's blazin' before the tank has some threat (which he should as you both run in, since the hunters are misdirecting).
7-10-2010 @ 5:14PM
@Pled "since the hunters are misdirecting."The words "supposed to be" should be inserted in there. Half the hunters I've met don't know what misdirect is. Half of the ones that do just use it to pull for the tank.
7-10-2010 @ 6:43PM
I can confirm that, at least as of right now, we can Ghost Wolf indoors on the Beta. As someone who's played a shaman for over four years and has specced into Improved Ghost Wolf the whole time (min-maxed spec be damned): I cried a little bit. It's so beautiful....now if only we can get a super ghost wolf as a badass DPS cooldown like those Dark Shaman in UP, I would be a happy cow.
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