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Mistweaver Monk Guide – Legion 7.3.5
Welcome to the Mistweaver Monk Guide, updated for World of Warcraft Legion Patch 7.3.2! This guide is written by
, Mistweaver in Antisocial Club on Hyjal, main author and theorycrafter of the Mistweaver side of
Peak of Serenity
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Rotation & Abilities
Macros & Addons
Every race except for Goblin and Worgen can play a Monk.
Monks can use Fist Weapons, 1H Axes, 1H Maces, 1H Swords, Polearms, and Staves.
Iconic Mistweaver Monk abilities:
Mastery: Gust of Mists
also cause a gust of healing mists, instantly healing the primary target for a % of your Spellpower, scaling with how much Mastery rating you have on your gear.
Special Class Hall Rewards
Ban-lu, Grandmaster's Companion
Ban-Fu, Cub of Ban-Lu
Monk are on the
Protector Tier Token
, sharing tier tokens with
Tier 19 set:
Vestments of Enveloped Dissonance
Renewing Mist has a 1% increased chance to increase the healing of your next Vivify.
Vivify heals your primary target for 25% more, and Essence Font's heal over time duration is increased by 2 sec.
Tier 20 set:
Essence Font has a 40% chance to grant Surge of Mists, reducing the cost of your next Enveloping Mist by 75%.
When you consume Surge of Mist, your healing done is increased by 12% for 10 sec.
Tier 21 set:
Two piece bonus:
When Gust of Mists heals a target, they have a 100% chance to gain Tranquil Mist which heals them for (228% of Spell power) health over 12 sec.
Four piece bonus:
When you cast Renewing Mist, you have a 100% chance to send a bolt of healing Chi at all targets affected by Tranquil Mist, healing them for (300% of Spell power).
Not sure what race to play? Below is a breakdown of each race for this spec among players with updated
. Data is updated once per week.
What Makes Mistweaver Special
Mistweaver are masters of the art of healing mists. Using their restorative powers to aid their allies.
Mistweaver Monks use mana as their resource. Using mana, they are able to use abilities such as
Monks have fantastic mobility. Just to name a few mobility abilities they have are
Mistweaver Monks have a few strong healing cooldowns.
is a raid wide healing cooldown and
is a strong single target defensive.
Mistweaver Monks artifact weapon is the staff
Sheilun, Staff of the Mists
Monks have a unique spell called
. You fly on a cloud at a relatively slow speed, but can interact with objects.
Mistweaver monks are very versatile healers, not needing to change talents to fill a niche.
Peak of Serenity
is a special Monk-only area reachable via
. This area has Monk trainers and many lore-flavored NPCs, as well as quests that teach you the importance of various abilities.
Monks have many vanity glyphs:
Glyph of Rising Tiger Kick
changes the color of Rising Tiger Kick, and
Glyph of Crackling Tiger Lightning
changes the color of Crackling Jade Lightning.
They can equip the legendary weapons
Warglaive of Azzinoth
Dragonwrath, Tarecgosa's Rest
Val'anyr, Hammer of Ancient Kings
Thunderfury, Blessed Blade of the Windseeker
Role of a Mistweaver in Raids
Healers generally have niche roles that they tend to fill. Mistweavers fill a sort of jack-of-all trades position, where they can either comfortably heal the tanks with
and its subsequent
channel, or heal the raid through
Mistweavers have a versatile toolkit. You will have appropriate answers to most healing situations without needing talents to back you up, and it will be up to you to make the correct decision. This guide will not tell you exactly how to react in each and every situation, but it will provide you with the information you need to make those decisions yourself.
How to Use the Mistweaver Monk Guide
Navigate between topics using the guide menu in the upper right hand of each specific guide page.
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