I know it took forever for me to update the Advanced Mistweaving Strategy guide, but in my defense I had no idea what to write until now and didn’t have the time to sit down and figure it out. This is why vacations are awesome!
This time I expound more on the different styles of healing in Mythic+ vs raiding and how you can improve on both accounts. I also give a more detailed account of mana management, since that is usually a big topic in raid settings. The section of ‘What is a good healer’ from the old guide still has valid principles that can be applied to any healer class, and is therefore still in the guide.
As for my own adventures in a Mistweaving world, my guild is currently progressing Nighthold Mythic. I must say, I infinitely prefer the encounters in Nighthold to those in Emerald Nightmare and Trial of Valor and this may or may not have to do with more opportunity for stack healing. And that I got the Legendary trinket. But just maybe!
I’m also in the process in gearing my alt Resto Shaman. I’ve always liked the aesthetics of Resto Shamans (such pretty blue), but found the healing mechanics rather uninteresting. 2 expansions, this still hold true for me. But it’s great for some nonsense alt-raiding!
Further, I also plan to level and gear my Resto Druid, just to see what all the hubbub is about. They seem to be the clear winner of Mythic+ healing, and I’d like to explore the nitty-gritty of why that is. Let’s call it a comparative study.
Also, hum dum dum daaaa, my Patreon will be up soon again too! I just need to get the details sorted, then I’m off to paint some Class UIs. Much excitement!