But here's the thing.
I've -always- played as Shadow, and it got boring pretty quickly. I want to try out healing! My highest healer is a level 40 druid, and none of my mains over the years have ever been capable of being a real healer. (Mend pet, band-aids, campfire, spirit beasts heals, and setting down Intravenous Healing Potion apparently don't qualify me. /scoff. ;P)
What do you recommend as far as specs? I searched through the forums and a lot of people are saying disc for starting out at lower levels. I believe this, as I once knew a level ten twink disc priest. Breaking her bubbles took three weeks and a blood sacrifice.
As I level up, about what level would you switch to Holy?
Stat priorities? How useful is spirit anymore?
And finally, I have NEVER used macros on a character. Any advice on spell macros that will help me out? :)
Thanks all <3 and sorry for the wall of text!
Edit: Please don't send me to a website. I don't learn well by just reading "this is wut u do, kay, do it this way always yes." I learn by reading along -with- examples, and a lot of asking questions. I'm one of those who inquisitively replies with "Why?" For example, when I first started playing a Hunter and PvPing, I always used steady shot. One day my friend told me this was wrong, and to use cobra shot. If he had just said that, I probably wouldn't have. I would have been all "Nowai, I use this shot. restores focus. good stuff." He pointed out that cobra shot also restores focus, and renews my serpent sting on the target. Blew my mind! Been using the proper shot ever since. I could have very likely gained this knowledge by reading tool-tips, of course, but I most likely overlooked it.