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2-04-2012 @ 9:48PM
How did you get there? Dude, elemental shaman is a freaking blast. I know most shaman bloggers don't espouse the awesomeness of what it means to be an elemental shaman, but have you seen what lava burst looks like? It's a frigging humongous on-fire lava boulder. It's freakin huge! And YOU my dear shaman conjure that bad boy once every 8 seconds (or so) and hurl that huge ass flaming boulder at your enemies.On top of that, you're all evil jedi with lightning coming from you fingers. I know you prefer enhance Josh. I'm just kind of the opposite - love elemental, go enhance for a change of pace or when melee is needed more. No shame in admitting it, I just wanted to toss out the reason why there are those of love playing elemental. Plus those huge crits, I have it specialized on my combat text to have crits pop out on my screen... ahhh, so nice.So, to summarize: Humungous on-fire lava boulder plus jedi lightning = super fun. :D
2-05-2012 @ 2:29AM
"On top of that, you're all evil jedi with lightning coming from you fingers."Basically the best thing about being an Elemental Shaman--aside from the near-absolute lack of competition for gear in 10-man raiding.It's always great in LFR on Yor'sahj trash when you can spam Chain Lightning for, well, forever, with barely any mana loss. It pisses others off so much that they'll blow cooldowns just to match it. When they nerf Chain Lightning, it'll be the saddest day in all of Azeroth.
2-05-2012 @ 12:05PM
Seconding (thirding?) the love for the Elemental spec as it stands now. Having a ranged cleave for trash packs is the perfect middle bowl of porridge for me - less hassle and less waste then multidotting, but more engaging than channeling an AOE ground effect. We're in a very good place with a fun playstyle as well as potentially awesome performance, and I'd much rather see the rest of the ranged classes are brought up to our level in Mists than see us nerfed down.
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