How to Spec your World of Warcraft Protection Paladin to level in Cataclysm is one of the most asked questions on the official forums. The release of Cataclysm for World of Warcraft have brought some major changes to the Paladin tanking class.
Elemental Shamans offer buffs to the groups, can cast powerful spells at long range, and heal themselves and others when necessary. Learn which abilities, glyphs, totems and talents are best to use when leveling up an Elemental Shaman through questing and dungeon groups.
Enhancement is arguably the best talent spec for leveling a Shaman in World of Warcraft quickly. Find out which talents, abilities, glyphs, and totems to use when grinding quests and running dungeons on your Enhancement Shaman.
In the recent World of Warcraft patch 4.0.1, which paves the way for the Cataclysm expansion, there were significant changes to all classes. In this article we take a close look at the revisions to the Shaman class, how to select a Specialization and talents for your Shaman, and how to glyph.
Since 2004, World of Warcraft has been a staple in many of our homes, but when you’ve gotten to level 80 once – or many times – the game play can begin to feel stale. Here are a few new ways to spice up your World of Warcraft.
So you finally hit 80 on your Paladin, but are you ready for raiding or hardcore PvP? Probably not. This guide will help you figure out how to gear, gem, and enchant your newly 80 Paladin for all roles and all playstyles.
Two popular play styles for mages include the ranged dps spell caster and mages who prefer to run into melee combat and use as many of their area of effect spells as possible. Each type of player needs similar equipment to accomplish this goal, although the melee range mage does not require haste.
Warlocks spend their career using the forces of the Burning Legion against it and the Scourge. When they reach 80, the game does not end. Like all casters, they need intellect, spell power, crit and hit for raids. Warloks need stamina as well.