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1-07-2011 @ 12:34AM
Just because many of you died once to a great enhance team doesnt meant shammys are op. We still die in about 10 seconds just like we did in wrath. There are many pure dps classes that can out heal me (certain lock, hunter, and warrior specs come to mind).Sure, lust in arena is OP. But playing a shammy is still just as painful as ever (in pvp). Now it's gonna get worse..
1-07-2011 @ 2:06AM
Enhance is awesome at the moment because you essentially have a free purge in a world where there is no dispel protection, and three of the healers rely on enchantments to actually, you know, HEAL. Your wolves currently heal for more than most Priests do in an entire arena match. Your CC is instant and undispelable by most comps, not to mention on a ludicrously short cooldown considering the length of it.Resto gained all the advantages of a defensive dispel in Cataclysm, gained healing power, and has the only effective dispel protection right now in Earth Shield. Not only can they defensively dispel, between Grounding, Tremor Totem and Wind Shear a good one can effectively render his entire team invulnerable to CC for the entire game.Elemental is crap, and could use some help. Maybe it will get it now that Bloodlust is going away.Frankly you should be damn grateful that you didn't eat more nerfs already. You WILL get them in the future, but Blizz has other things on their minds right now. People tend to complain more about overwhelming damage than an effective immunity to CC, but your time will come.I played a resto shaman in S7 and S8. We were good, now we are amazing, and it's gonna get nerfed. It's just a matter of time.
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