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10-05-2010 @ 5:25PM
1) What is your mix of healing spells now? I was an enthusiastic user of CH. OTOH, I can at least recognize my resto shaman; I shall miss playing my holy pally.2) The 60 seconds I spent on talent builds, I did not spec into telluric silliness. We won't really know much until after 85, a 4.1 patch, and the nerfs and buffs and hotfixes settle down. But I guess I will need a talent build in 6 days. What are you using?Thanks
10-05-2010 @ 6:46PM
In 5 man dungeons and heroics in Cataclysm I'm relying on Riptide, Unleashed Elements to throw out the instant heal and buff my next heal, and healing wave. Chain Heal is situationally useful depending on group composition, but for the heroics and regular dungeons, I haven't been using it all that much. Since the Cata raids aren't available yet, I don't know if this will change in 10/25 man content yet, but I suspect CH will be much stronger on the simple virtue of more targets to hit. As far as 4.0.1, business as usual for the most part. You shouldn't notice too much change until you start pushing out of the current content and into the 81+ stuff that will come with Cataclysm. For the specs I'm using, I'll give you a link after I get home from my 9-5, but I've toyed around with a lot of different compositions.
10-12-2010 @ 12:33PM
Ch is not really incredibly necissary in current five man content so I don't see that being much different given the way things are changing so far, come Cataclysm five mans. There's just not enough bodies [probably not enough melee or enough ppl in the 12 yd range] to make the mana use of it efficient in five man. If things are CCd more in cata and not as much raid damage going out to all at once CH really will be used a lot more situationally along with our new aoe heal ability. I can see how it'd lean more toward using single target abilities and hots.
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