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Really bored with Moonkin
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My main in resto and i love to heal, but since I'm having to grind to 90 after coming back I need a spec to actually do quests or fool around on the map.
Back on WotLK, Moonkin as a second spec was grand. It was strong, flexible, and I barely had to swap out my gear to do dailies or even raid.
For some reason, I'm not feeling it in MoP. Does it get better at 90? So far, it feels like spamming two spells, then spamming two different spells once an eclipse procs, repeat ad infinitum. I can almost never kill things before they are in my face tearing me up, and dealing with adds is a chore.
So you healers out there: what is your choice for off-spec adventuring and why? I have a tank alt so I'd rather not go Bear (though instancing the way to 90 would be very fast with a tank...you barely wait 6 seconds in the finder), so i guess cat is the best option. Is it fun to level up in?
I also feel the same with druid. Leveling in Pandaria as a moonkin is just a pain. The damage is low, but mobs have tons of HP. I just rerolled to feral dps a few days ago, and it's just fine to level with. I think at 90 with some HC gear it would be better to do quests as a moonkin.
My main problem is with this, that now I will get only rewards for feral specs, and at 90 I will have to start to do HCs as feral, as I will not have proper gear to heal or make dps as moonkin. But leveling as moonkin was just too slow and annoying.
I changed spec to bear: it's only a bit faster in terms of DPS, but it's WAY more survivable, and you can pull tons of mobs at once and it takes only a bit longer to kill 5 beasts than it does to kill one.
But yes, I now have to shift spec to heals before turning in some quests to get the right reward. Guess there's no such thing as a perfect set-up.
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