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    Quote Originally Posted by Purpleflavor View Post
    Also if it was already mentioned, there was no Bloodlust debuff. 5xshaman in TBC was basically playing with a cheat code.


    Also, for those that enjoy pet teams. Hunters are the top DPS at the beginning of TBC. Warlocks are the top DPS at the end of TBC. Warlock SL/SL is amazing for pvp, more like godly. 3min mage is also at it's peak.
    Sl sl lock is demigod in pvp. Ele for 5s is just insane. Problem wit locks, dots can't kill ground
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    Not really a fan of the Shaman playstyle. How is the standard WMMMP in TBC?

    I kind of hate TBC and would much rather have a classic+

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    Quote Originally Posted by Torgo View Post
    Not really a fan of the Shaman playstyle. How is the standard WMMMP in TBC?

    I kind of hate TBC and would much rather have a classic+
    It works, all middle of the pack classes there. I think they removed the priest bubble stopping rage gain in TBC. Mages stack well. Priest has a lot of mana issues in TBC until they get Tier4. The 5 second rule is important for them.

    Consider a shaman though, they are good aoe healers with chain heal and have totem buffs for your mages, and also the most important is Bloodlust for every boss. Also windfury for your warrior's rage gain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Purpleflavor View Post
    Also if it was already mentioned, there was no Bloodlust debuff. 5xshaman in TBC was basically playing with a cheat code.


    Also, for those that enjoy pet teams. Hunters are the top DPS at the beginning of TBC. Warlocks are the top DPS at the end of TBC. Warlock SL/SL is amazing for pvp, more like godly. 3min mage is also at it's peak.
    I was thinking of maining my hunter in TBC. Any thoughs of how a hunter team 5xHunter or as 3dps with shaman/pala healer and paladin tank? In my case Im only going to pve. Would be Nice to bring the hunter in the farming team without draging it down =)

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    BM hunter in TBC was the go to main spec, and best of all... it had a one button max dps macro... that everyone had, guys pushing end game content used it.
    its probably the one class that doesn’t loose anything by being boxed, weakness is Aoe and CC for the heroics until you’re geared. Your pets will get cleaved to hell and back at the start, but once your gear gets better, happy days. Added advantage is provided you play smart you can’t really oom and wipe because your dps dropped to zero like you can on mages and shammies

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    Even after the nerf to totem stacking in WotLK.. pal and 4 shaman were still very good. So if they decide to let the totem stacking stay in classic bc..the team was great for many other reasons. chain heal...grounding totems made some boss fights trivial. i remember lots of trash that feared..not a problem with tremor totems..etc..

    With that being said.. all i played in BC-Cata was the pal+4 shaman.. so i might try somthing else this time.
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    When did Disc priests get their Atonement "smart heal"? (where you could just smite and do nice healing and mediocre dps at the same time) I remember doing it MoP and maybe Cata, but I don't remember how far back it went.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jak3676 View Post
    When did Disc priests get their Atonement "smart heal"? (where you could just smite and do nice healing and mediocre dps at the same time) I remember doing it MoP and maybe Cata, but I don't remember how far back it went.
    Cata pre-patch. It healed only 1 person though. There were bugs at release that caused it to heal everyone within a short range though, blizzard fixed that pretty quick.

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    The version of Atonement I was thinking about always healed the person with the lowest health within range - which is exactly what you'd want in a single target heal. I don't think I was often top dps in a LFD run, but close and often I was 2nd or 3rd. It was fun to out dps the actual dps. I was hoping it was in the game back in WOLK or maybe even TBC and I just never noticed. Oh well...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lyonheart View Post
    Even after the nerf to totem stacking in WotLK.. pal and 4 shaman were still very good. So if they decide to let the totem stacking stay in classic bc..the team was great for many other reasons.
    the mechanics changed from party wide to raid wide so thats nothing to worry about in tbc. Wrath totem gave 3% hit and crit so having 5 of them you're basically raidhitcapped (with head enchant) and 15% extra crit ...having that on an entire raid would be quite broken as ele shamans were already solid dps without stacked wrath totems.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lyonheart View Post
    With that being said.. all i played in BC-Cata was the pal+4 shaman.. so i might try somthing else this time.

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