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5-03-2011 @ 6:13PM
Resto druids having the weakest healer mastery? Have you been to the paladin or healer forums on wow or seen the numbers? Its pathetic >.>
5-03-2011 @ 7:48PM
Yeah, the Resto Durid mastery at least seems decent in some situations (tank healing,) where the Healadin mastery isn't ever remotely useful.
5-04-2011 @ 7:57AM
Figured I'd chime in that Restoration Shaman's mastery is to heal more, the more you suck. I mean, Cata isn't about topping people off anymore, but still...It's a mastery focused on people being heavily injured, which is not a fun place to be in as a healer. "Party is almost dead, but HEY! At least my Chain Heal will heal for a % more!"Overall, priest masteries seem to be the only ones that are generally not "dump Mastery" when talking about Reforging. I mean, at least Druid's is good for tank-healing.
5-04-2011 @ 1:09PM
This column is so wrong its amazing it got published. Resto druids do NOT have the weakest healer mastery. Its far better than, e.g. disc priest mastery. Its actually one of the best if you know how to use it. For 10 mans, you only need 915 haste and then you should start stacking mastery. For 25s, you might want to reach the 2005 hate plateau, but after that, again, stack mastery.
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