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11-08-2011 @ 3:29PM
good stuff.i recently returned to my slightly neglected shaman(for a while she was my main just because healing and elemental were FUN till 4.0 dropped and i felt lost for a while).i'm currently rocketing through the end of northrend, healing dungeons, questing, etc. the resto tree, when filled out, is wicked overpowered for dungeon purposes to the point where i demanded a swap from the paladin who was tanking to the mage who was tearing it up, mostly to make things interesting. the pug i was in had done three dungeons in a row to that point so they had faith in me, but i got a moment of 'uhhhh....' but enough of that.i've been looking foraward to cata dungeons like you wouldn't believe, as it means a return to actually WORKING at healing. seems mana is a common issue/theme in these dungeons. how's telluric currents look/feel for mana regen during fights? is that cast time a dangerous thing, or is it worthwhile to throw in if you think the tank's fine for a moment?
11-08-2011 @ 3:38PM
Even in heroic tier 12 raids I rock TC like it was going out of fashion. It is a viable source of mana return, especially if you know your targets are safe. Weaving a LB here and there can be a big boon to your overall healing longevity.
11-08-2011 @ 3:52PM
joe:yeah, i figured as much. when i started healing again at the beginning of northrend content mana supply was a minor issue(i also had to learn the new specialization, hah), and TC was solid for gains back then. it's good to know it's still usable now.i'll have to pray i'm lucky and snag tanks that don't go smoosh.
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