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1-08-2012 @ 8:15AM
I'll answer two fold here because I honestly can't decide! Also, comparing a healer and a dps is like comparing apples and oranges, so...My main raiding character is my holy priest. I adore the sheer number of different healing abilities I have. My HealBot is bursting with keybinds. In contrast, my shammy healer has half her Healbot binds free... Not that this is bad, but I just love my holy priest's vast toolbox.My second big love is kitty dps. There's nothing, absolutely nothing in the world that's more fun than leaping through the air at an enemy with a roar and then starting to rip him to shreds. Nothing more beautiful than my black panther shape. Nothing more thrilling than beating the odds and topping meters in spite of playing the "bad" spec.I love several different classes and specs, but those two are definitely tied for first place :-) Thanks for asking all the right questions lately, Fox!
1-08-2012 @ 8:22AM
Ditto. Kitties for life.
1-09-2012 @ 3:15AM
hi there! just incase you're not doing it - don't forget shammys can get off a stronger heal by throwing a shock first, and can also improve the same heal with unleash elemental (weapon imbue). It makes our 3 spells more fun to use :D
1-09-2012 @ 3:26AM
Hi Matthew! You know, it's just these things - the many little tweaks and "small cooldowns" - that I like about shammy healing. My favourite is Nature's Swiftness, best oh-shit button ever! A quick instant Greater Healing Wave, or even an instant Healing Rain, are amazing. Not to mention Spiritwalker's Grace; how I wish to be able to cast on the move on my priest sometimes!After holy priests and kitty druids, it would definitely be resto shaman and boomkin on my personal "spec charts" :-D
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