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To me the traditional definition of easiest would also be the most boring, which would make it harder to stay engaged and interested. Which would make it the hardest for me to play.
I think that would be shaman.
The thing that easiest for me to play because I find it interesting and fun to play, is a monk.
Second is druid or disc.
I don't like paladins.
Somurd, I'm curious about your perception of shaman as boring. what is it about the class you find boring? monk seems like a lot of fun with managing rm and such, but as a shaman you have to maintain high uptime on a well placed HR, up to 3 riptides (which is on a cd like rm and the window for having 3 up is VERY small.) on well chosen targets for buffing chain heal, along with hst usage, a myriad of cds, earth shield and utility totems (which, for sure don't always make a up a lot of your time, but can be expected at certain instances. there's also maxing your ascendance output and whatnot. I'm not criticizing your decision, I just personally feel like if you find it boring there may be some aspects of the spec you're missing out on. I could be wrong though!
I don't like paladins.
gotta agree with you here, sorry paladins! not my thing D:
Edited by Tsilyi on 11/26/2013 10:53 AM PST
A well placed HR is not that difficult especially when you know fights well having done them over and over.
But its mostly just my opinion. Most of the time 2 of the top 3 healing abilities for shamans are HR and healing stream totem. Those two abilities aren't really difficult to use. Shaman CDs are all reactive and not really that hard to use. There is a lot to do as a shaman, but with the majority of your heals coming from set and forget heals Im not sure it really matters all that much.
I am not claiming there is no skill in resto shamans or that any healer is really that hard. That is just my perception based on the time I have played them or with them.
Thanks for the response, Somurd. I understand your point of view on it now :)
Blasphemy, you're supposed to stay mad and not see his point of view!! Where are we, real life?
Shamans all the way across the sky. Their top heals are ones that allow them to do other things like /dance or cast other important abilities.
Resto shamans are trivial to play.
I'm terrible, use a laptop touchpad to heal, and still do alright, because almost all of our healing is two buttons, passive, and doesn't even actually require targeting a player.
Disc is also fairly easy to play - it's just a series of short cooldowns, realistically - archangel on cd, 90 talent on cd, solace on cd, penance on cd, and then fill in the gaps with smite/shields/prayer/whatever.
Other healers actually require a little more thought in regards to target selection and spell selection, but none of them are especially difficult to play at a moderately competent level - all healers are challenging to play at a top tier level, though.
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