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4-10-2011 @ 12:11PM
I'm going to chime in here and say that you do have a legitimate concern. The first paragraph could be misleading, and that was not my intent. This post was originally supposed to encompass all of enhancement leveling, but I realized while writing it that fitting everything I had to say about enhancement leveling into 1,000-1,500 words just wouldn't work. To that end, I switched gears from "enhancement shaman leveling" to "enhancement shaman leveling gear," but the opening paragraph was a relic from the original iteration that I didn't see as problematic at the time. To that extent, I apologize! On the flipside, I'm not sure you realize just how many people have ask me about heirlooms for enhancement shaman. Next to "how do I use unleash weapon?," it's one of the most frequently asked questions to me and something that is asked on the shaman forums almost daily. To that end, I think there is something of worth is discussing heirloom items and how to enchant them properly. Even beyond heirloom usage, I think there are some nuggets of information to take out of it for players without access to heirlooms. It discusses weapon speed, stat choices, leveling enchants, and provides a list of weapons that are alternatives to heirlooms. Please keep in mind that this is only the first article in a series on leveling. As there is relatively little news about enhancement, 4.1 won't need more than a single post during the week it is released, which means that articles on leveling should all be coming out in the next month or so. They will be more appropriately targeted towards both beginning players and players with level 85 characters.
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