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4-02-2011 @ 10:56PM
I wish they'd fix elemental gearing already. We're sitting here sharing gear with hunters who need 8% hit, and no expertise. Do you know what a ridiculous pain it is to reach 17% spell hit cap and expertise cap while still trying to salvage more fun stats, like agility... or mastery. I want to see bigger hits and crits, but my dps is coming from the fact that once I've gotten spell hit/expertise capped, I'm practically capped on white hits too. Even dks and ret paladins have a talent for spell hit. Why not enhancement shamans? Lightning bolt, our shocks, UL, even flametounge attack is all spell damage. Leaves us with two actual melee abilities, LL and SS.And enhancement dps isn't alright where it's at. The only reason I have a raid spot every week is for the 5 second wind shear (which btw, we need to be spell capped for also or it's shadow novas and depravity for everyone.)
4-02-2011 @ 11:09PM
as stated in the article, a great enhancement shaman is pretty competitive with dps. there isn't much wrong with our damage; if there was we would see some buffs in the patch notes.while I do agree with you that the spell hit cap is annoying to reach along with expertise, it's far from impossible, especially thanks to reforging
4-03-2011 @ 5:46AM
If the only reason you have a raid spot is your interrupt, you're probably playing with jerks. Find people who appreciate you for you, and have fun gaming rather then racing to play with the good people just to get ahead faster.
4-03-2011 @ 1:52PM
Our 2nd highest dps is our enhancement shaman - and he's super consistant about it too. I definitely concur that there's nothing wrong with Enh dps. (for reference, we're working on heroic raid content, with 5 down so far)
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