Hm. Weird. Ok then
Sounds like a good idea. But Echo was pretty good when we could have multiple earthquakes etc.
Two stormkeepers for ele?
I guess is similar on how "Empower Rune Weapon" works for Frost DK, except both talents are on the same tree this time.
I thought it was gonna be "Rushing Streams" in the resto tree, since by default the totem only heal 1 person, but rushing streams makes it hit two people
Alright then, this makes sense.
This makes sense for stormkeeper, but for HST, with a 30s cooldown and 15s uptime, with a rather weak heal, it feels really bad imo.Would rather have "2nd talent" improve it somehow then gaining a second charge.
some clarity on the talent tree would be helpful. I was like WTF.. choosing one healing stream did NOT inform the second one on mouseover that it was a second charge.
My main question is about why Storm Elemental is where it is for Ele shaman. Like you have the split between nature/lightning build on the left, shocks in the middle, and flame shock/fire build on the right...except for that awkward storm elemental in the middle of it that has nothing to do with any of the lava lash/flame shock build. I think they wanted it to be connected to Fire Elemental, so that you can't bypass it on your way to Storm Ele, but with how the talent tree works you need to take fire elemental no matter what build you want if you want to spend enough points to access the next tier, so you can't bypass either way. Storm elemental should go on the lightning/nature side of the tree, or it's just an awkward talent to try and build around.
I hope they do keep this good communication up! its awesome to get info
Dope. I've only poked around the talent tree for a few minutes, and I didn't notice that... But that's cool!
What does this even mean for ele? Right now activating stormkeeper gives us 2 charges. So if I only take the first stormkeeper node then I will get a gimped version of our current stormkeeper with a single charge? Or is this actually letting us use stormkeeper twice in a row if we wanted to.