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Shamans will get this set from tier 14 raids, such as heart of fear! The rotation itself seems fairly unchanged. You keep Searing Totem up (or you could switch to Magma if you’re in an AoE situation), The Shaman Tiers in Mists of Pandaria which is a lot easier now, then keep Flame Shock up, and otherwise hit Stormstrike and Lava Lash on cooldown. I use Unleash Elements when it’s up and nothing else needs hitting to get the melee haste from my unleashing Windfury. I hit Earth Shock when I don’t need to refresh Flame Shock for the Weakened Blows debuff, and I hit Lightning Bolt whenever Maelstrom procs.Wow Gold Eu, You can use Feral Spirit every 2 minutes for added DPS, and of course you have Fire Nova for more AoE oomph. If you’re playing enhancement on live, it won’t seem unfamiliar to you.
While I’m only level 86 on the beta, the one ability I’m most excited about is Ascendance, partially because of the lore implication that shaman learned new tricks from the elemental invasion of the Cataclysm (which is cool) and partially because I literally cannot wait for a 2-minute cooldown that makes my auto-attacks and Stormstrikes do pure nature damage and lets them work at range. What can possibly be better than punching someone in the face from 30 yards away? Nothing. Nothing can possibly be better than that.
The tiers of talents and enhancement
As for talents, some tiers are less interesting to enhancement than others. That doesn’t make them bad, and they give you a real chance to customize. Legit Wow Gold, The level 15 tier presents us with three survivability options, Nature’s Guardian, Stone Bulwark Totem and Astral Shift. I personally like Astral Shift because I like its active nature — you cast it when you think you’re in trouble, but Stone Bulwark Totem is just as active and it can be used more often. Nature’s Guardian wins if you just want an ability you don’t have to activate.
Level 30 offers up three abilities dealing in one way or another with snaring or rooting. The one I like, Windwalk Totem, clears snares and roots for you and all party/raid members. That seems useful for both PvE and PvP situations, but if you want to be putting the root on others, Earthgrab will take care of that for you. Seems like this could easily devolve into “I root you! Well, I unroot us!” pretty fast.
The fourth tier of shaman Mists of Pandaria talents. Finally,cheap wow gold, there’s Frozen Power for those of us who want to root a single target with Frost Shock. The Shaman Tiers in Mists of Pandaria Frozen Power looks like it would be ideal if you knew you were going to need to keep a single target under control and it could be rooted. I kind of wish it also did more damage or something to targets that can’t be rooted to make it more interesting, though.