awww no tanking :( . My poor Shamy will sit dusty on the shelf.
I see a lot of awesome things for Resto (which happens to be my primary spec) and a few neat things for Enhancement (which I haven't specced since 60). I'm really excited about the Resto stuff though.
HOLY /&&#%¤"&#%/#" thats awesome
Can't tell from the description, but I assume unleash weapon won't consume your weapon imbues, right?
Finally Enhancement is gonna be good
I like how they are making an improvement to shamans and giving elemental shamans a channeled spell, makes it easier in raids to just drops totems and then start casting a channel instead of having to do chain lightning and wait for the CD to finish. And Spiritwalker sounds like something uber but could end up being nerfed later on sadly, but I love how it sounds. Changes may also persuade me to give enhancement another go.
Not bad not bad!
Spiritwalkers's Grace is dead on. Sounds very OP though.
did anyone else feel like they shafted us and gave us the pally seal / judgement system in this post? I have a pally and its boring as hell y would I want their judgement system? Id just play my pally
awesome, shamans are getting really improved.I really love it that elemental and resto share the same gear, No need for me to collect 2 sets!
Looking forward to trying it all out - Awesome stuff! :)
I'm excited for the changes to Resto. Having another heal for group other then spaming Chain heal. And the Mastery and the Spiritwaklers Grace look AMAZING! But.... I'm still reeling from the news that Cleansing Totem and all our Poison and Disease removals going away....
Sounds pretty awesome. I may have to get into my shaman again.
Mmm, Spirit Link. I miss that from WCIII. If I wasn't so unbelievably awful at Resto I'd be pretty excited for my fledgling Ele shaman.That on its own forces all healers to pay a little bit more attention. If Spirit link gets used on Fester P3, I'm going to want a way to know right away who gets it, even on my Holy Paladin. It could trivialize big tank damage phases if used properly, though.