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Restoration is easily among the top talent trees for any Druid build, capable as it is of filling every imaginable role for a Druid. So once you’ve decided that you want to spec your Druid towards the Moonkin spec, the question then becomes what is the best Druid spec for Resto-Druid play?
As you might guess the answer to that question is quite a bit and, more specifically, that depends on what kind of Druid you want to be. Resto-Druids are extremely versatile, capable of filling every single role the game has to offer, be it as a tank healer, melee DPS or a caster DPS.
This being said, the Resto Druid spec you will want to get is the Restoration tree and you will want to get the Feral talent tree instead of the Balance tree because the Feral talent tree is focused on enhancing the Druid’s melee DPS abilities, talents that the Balance tree are mostly concerned with.
If you’re undecided, then I recommend the Feral tree and if you really want to get into the PvE a Druid speculates on the Restoration tree, but I advise H regenerate over Balance.
In the two sections I’ve written below I will give you a short overview on what’s the best spec for your Resto Druid.
THE REPULSIONARY RAM RAM unnatural resilience gives you amazing burst damage potential. This basically “targets” ads once you go into the Defensive Stance after you go through the whole fight. So basically this is like a tai-Pan but it has a greater damage output. It also allows more freedom of movement (thank you!)
THE MAKO sensibility is mainly in the form of healing or in some cases a DPS, depending. You should try to focus on multi-targeted raids or against single targets. This is more like a Priest’s power. The knockback is a great weapon in your arsenal because most monsters don’t get hit by it. By the way, DPS is faster than Healing. The reason why a Priest sticks to Elemental is that you can chain heal yourself and some of the damage is designed to interrupt the more recent healing to keep the target’s health up to full. If you are more Elemental, you will want to keep your distance, stop and place a HoTs or subjective buff on the current target so that you can maintain your damage over time. That’s why we say it’s the fastest leveling build.
THE TENatic Kelpie is more like a Warrior with a good DPA, but with the right talents, you can make it work very well. You will generate massive damage with a two-handed weapon, but the more likely you are to attract the attention of the enemy. If you really want to “hammerman” your enemies, then the Protection talent tree is probably a better spec for you. You will love getting upfront and using your shield. If things get a bit murky, you can always use your trinket. Overall this is a great spec for fast, strong leveling.
Lastly, let’s talk about the Ultimate Talent for Resto Druids, the Tree of Life. This is hands down the best talent for leveling fast, and it has three awesome talents that can’t be missed. First, you get to choose to be either Elf or Human. When you’re in the other form, all healing spells become much more effective on your character. Secondly, you get to boost your pets with talents like Bestial Wrath and cherry. Keep in mind, you can only have one bestial Wrath per race, so choose wisely. The clinic of this talent is that you boost your damage over time spells, helping you dispatch your enemies quickly. A must-have! Then you have the cherry talent that allows you to add you’re critical strike rating to your critical damage. Most talent trees in the game do not provide anything that’s anywhere near as good as Bestial Wrath, so take this one.
For the last tips that I’m going to give you, I’m going to tell you how to spend your talent points. Basically, I think it’s taught in the leveling guide, but I’m going to give you some free tips as well. The tips I’m going to give you are very basic, but I think they’re very efficient. First of all, don’t proc any DoTs. It’s a waste of time, especially at low levels. You might kill a mob, and he might kill you for sure. In both cases, you would waste your time as well as your damage over time spells, if you proc the DoTs. Second, don’t go to the auction house every 2-3 levels unless you’re repairing gear unless you have a very clear reason to do so.
The Death Knight is a great class and is very powerful. They are quite different from other classes, mainly because they have a choice between different runes. You have the choice of three runes, one for your main, one for your off, and one for your trinkets. This is very powerful because you can play your runes in any combination with the other skills that you have.
More runes mean you have more choices for your runes. This also means that you have more combinations that will happen while you’re playing the game. If you have 15 points to allocate to your Runes and the other 3 points allocated to your weapons, you have 30 points to play around with. That is a large number of possible combinations that you will have to work with.
The way this works is, once you unlock an emotion rune, you will have a choice of using it on a specific monster type. There are 9 different types of monsters to unlock with each one having 3 different emotions based on how you use the Rune. You can unlock an emotion based solely on dealing damage. There are 3 types of enemies to pick from which are the following:
• Lust – This is on the self category. Your weapon is the most powerful. You will gain lots of life points.• Wound – Slow worm-like monsters will appear on your body. You will heal with a stronger healing spell.• Fear – This rune is in the group or party category.
Once you have your runes, you have to find a way to implement them into the game. You can do this in many different ways. You can buy runes with the gold that you earn from the monsters you kill or from chests that you find throughout the world. You can also buy Runes with the honor points that you get.
Remember, before you buy any Rune, you have to be sure that you know what you are buying.
Is it a Rune you want to use or a Gate?
There are many different kinds of Runs that you can use. There are those that are normal, strong and mastering. Each one of these runes will provide you with a different bonus. If you want to use a Rune that is a Gate, you will have to add 5 more Runes to it to unlock it.
What is the best way to pick the right Rune?
This depends on what your intentions are. For example, if you want a spell, you might want to look at passive instead of active or vice versa. You have to take into consideration your own style of play and what you want to accomplish. If you want to get a strong spell, it might be better to look at a very active rune.
If you’re more of the Subtlety kind of player, it might not be a good idea to buy a very active rune. It can be tougher to use and you might end up missing more monsters than you would with a normal rune.
If you are going to buy your Rune, here are the best places to get them:
- At the top of taurens with the King ventilationArena.
- Inside Stratholme
- Insideastery of Crocolisks in upper lobby area
- Inside Crystalvein Mine
- Red Qppelin in Eastern Plaguelands
- US-80 in Badlands
- Sand Crawlers in Searing Gorge
- Sungrass in Blasted Lands
- Beast in Ironforge
Once you have them, you should have an accelerated skill just by having them.
The First Tier is pretty simple. You have 3 types of Sn interest: Indifferent, writhe, and Critical Infusion. Use the Indifferent rune for dark magic damage and write the critical infusions for greater healing.
The Second Tier has 3 types of Sn interest: Rambling, Leering, and Sniper Training. For the Rambling, do not use the rune for enemy tanks, but rather for those tanks that have a higher DPS than others. For Leering, use the rune for additional monsters that you can pull to later. For Sniper Training, change to the appropriate DPS rune and increase your chance to hit.
The Third Tier has 3 types of Sn interest: Parrot, condor, and Talisman. Use the parrot on group members or bosses and the condor for clutch monsters or to increase your mastery. If you have parrots, use – Gabriel’s stunner for a 45 stamina bonus.
Use the condor for an additional five percent greater health or mana and DPS. If you have talismans, use – Hulu’s stunner for additional hit rate and healing on fellow party members.
You will now have a new ability bar. Normally, it will be filled up with the Sn’s Normally Aviation ability.
Once you are hit overnight with a gauntlet, use a Robes Old Gold.
There are three types of Warcraft bosses; those that you fight on the side, those that you fight on the clock, and those that you fight on the bosses. On most MMORG (Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games) there are three types of bosses; those that you fight on the side and those you fight on the clock. The Champions Bundle WoW Deck on the side so you can choose which side you want to fight on. A player’s decision will determine which side of the fight he/she wants to be on and what their role will be in the game. There are numerous bosses in WoW and most of them carry a serious threat to any player that bravely comes into the field. With the Champions Bundle, players can join forces with their friends and play in cooperation to bring down these powerful warlords.
1. Vorsha the Lashera
The first boss that you will encounter in WoW is Vorsha the Lashera. This is a two-headed dragon and is believed to be highly armored. Fitting to the name of the game, Vorsha dashes towards themes on the battlefield. This attack is usually called “Strike like iron.” Vorsha will drop off of any obstacle he runs into, then rain powerful fire upon those foolish enough to challenge him.
2. Maghar the Hudson
Maghar the Hudson is the first boss encounter in the Champions Bundle WoW game. This could be a bestiary type of creature, similar to the River Crocolisk. It is believed to have the ability to walk fast. That is, it is fast enough to which other creatures could not even escape its reach. Maghar will leave his target prone and open for an attack after which it is completed.
3. Fipps the Firebat
Fipps presents himself as the straight-talking fire daemon, or Pithing Heap. He is most likely to be summoned by Hevant, Volatile Fire plumes and/or lazarding demons. This World of Warcraft boss fight will determine his mind of Fipp. Fipp will fly around very fast, rain down fire on his target, and jump into the attack.
4. Kor’kron Vanguard
The second boss that will be a World of Warcraft boss fight is Kor’kron Vanguard. This is a dragon whelp that will allow players a special mount. Upon its restoration, players will get a look into the life of this cold-blooded racer.
5. Alyx Shadoweye
Alyx Shadoweye will be the third boss in the set. She is a support caster that will use four abilities: assault, devastating strike, unstable juggernaut, and cone of frost. One of the special abilities of this boss is that she can summon aanglingredhat to her aid for about the same amount of time that you have to take down her.
6. Colossus tamer
Once your Blizzards have finished taking down the third boss, rollers have an opportunity to gear up and fight Colossi. They have the option of choosing between buckles, Links, and buckles. Choosing the correct character will determine which type of DPS they perform.
If you know that your opponent is equally matched, then you don’t have to engage them to head. Choose a side early in the battle and select abilities that work well together. For example, if you are DPS and they are Tanking, you might want to use a move-like charge. A good Mage choice might be to use a very good combination of fire and frost spells. They will have to be aware of your Choir Dusk ability as well.
Don’t Go It Alone
If you have enough DPS and friends around you, then you don’t have to go it alone. DPS teamwork gets you a lot of advantages. You will learn about your moves and the advantages of having multiple personalities. In the end, you will see a completely new game. Another great example is playing arenas or battlegrounds as a team. You will find that you have a better chance of winning if your team gets excited and execute really awesome maneuvers. Example move submitted by Mathiesrux: Using bear form and fang infuriator combined with bite and fang. 9. Dancing Rune Weapon
Dancing Rune Weapon is a brand new ability. This is a Melee DPS move. It looks like a slipstreamingSW. You can unleash the power of the falling moon with it. The key feature of the new move is that there will no longer be a stamina bar. This means you will be able to unleash the move faster. Note: It looks like a small whimper, but for a DPS class using the new move, it will be a suddenly very effective method of leveling.