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7-16-2010 @ 11:18AM
Neither of those talents should exist so why talk about them?I'll induldge you. Shock talent - lets you charge your next heal. Sounds great except it will never save you mana and take up atleast 3 seconds to do (2 gcds) not including cast time or haste. In that time you could probably cast a spell twice and do 200% healing instead of 120% and some damageTelluric Currents is worthless to everyone except the leveling shaman. If mana is as tight as blizz wants it no pvp or pve player will waste the mana. And anyone who has been playing for a decent amount of time has a dual spec and it certainly can be a dps one. Some interesting changes. Ancestral Awakening off of Chain heal? Yes please. Tidal Force wasn't a great talent. If you used it in a rotation you shouldn't be healing...cause you used the R-word. Some people macro'd it into nature's swiftness+healing wave+ TF which is a bad idea. Why? Cause it takes 3 gcd's for an instant heal. Improved Reincarnate is useful! I use it, mostly cause I'm still doing hm's in icc. Several of which fights would be instant death if I stood up with 2000 hp, and in some wonderful cases or RNG-WIN standing up with 12k still isn't enough. Its a great talent to invest in and drop some points currently out of Tidal Focus(at 5 talent points it was saving me on average 2k mana on fights I cast a lot). Which also brings me to why I think Tidal Focus is a terrible talents.Talents that need to go NOW: Restorative Totems. Its a talent that buffs a buff. Blizz said they wanted them gone, and so should we. Totemic Focus. No self respecting shaman has used this talent in years and should never ever use it. Complete waste of space.
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