Elemental Shaman DPS Rotation, Cooldowns, and Abilities — Dragonflight 10.2.7

Last updated on May 07, 2024 at 11:20 by Stormy 61 comments
General Information

On this page, you will learn how to optimize the rotation of your Elemental Shaman in both single-target and multiple-target situations. We also have advanced sections about cooldowns, procs, etc. in order to minmax your DPS. All our content is updated for World of Warcraft — Dragonflight 10.2.7.

If you were looking for WotLK Classic content, please refer to our WotLK Classic Elemental Shaman rotation.

1.

Elemental Shaman Rotation

Welcome to our Rotation page for Elemental Shaman. On this page, you will find everything you need to know about actually playing the spec in Raiding and Mythic+ scenarios.

Due to simulations still being a work in progress and the many changes, these lists are a work in progress. Additional details for Fire-focused are coming soon.

1.1.

Easy Mode

If the rotations below seem overwhelming to you, you might benefit from visiting our Beginner page, which outlines a close-to-optimal rotation in simpler terms.

1.2.

PvP

The content on this page is purely PvE-related. If you are looking for PvP Rotation Tips, please visit our PvP page below.

1.2.1.

Mythic+

Neither our single-target nor our multi-target rotations change in Mythic+ content. If you are looking for information and tips specific to Mythic+ content, please visit our Mythic+ page below.

2.

Tier Set Bonuses for Elemental Shaman

2.1.

Tier 31

Shaman Elemental 10.2 Class Set 2pc Icon Shaman Elemental 10.2 Class Set 2pc : Primordial Wave Icon Primordial Wave also casts an Elemental Blast Icon Elemental Blast at the target at 70% effectiveness, and grants you all three Elemental Blast bonus effects for 10.0 seconds. This Elemental Blast, of course, does not cost Maelstrom, and a pseudo "Pandemic" effect has been implemented, allowing subsequent Elemental Blasts to extend a buff's duration to up to 130% of its original duration.

Shaman Elemental 10.2 Class Set 4pc Icon Shaman Elemental 10.2 Class Set 4pc: Lava Burst Icon Lava Bursts burn your target for 10 percent additional damage over 4 sec, and after consuming Primordial Wave Icon Primordial Wave, your next 2 casts of Lava Burst also hit up to 3 additional targets affected by your Flame Shock Icon Flame Shock for 65 percent of normal damage. Those extra Lava Bursts generate Maelstrom, as you would expect.

We advise you to use our recommended T31 Fire-focused builds once you have Shaman Elemental 10.2 Class Set 4pc Icon Shaman Elemental 10.2 Class Set 4pc.

2.2.

Tier 30

Shaman Elemental 10.1 Class Set 2pc Icon Shaman Elemental 10.1 Class Set 2pc grants you ONE charge of Stormkeeper Icon Stormkeeper. Assuming you are using a Lightning-focused build, the main thing to do is to make sure you have Electrified Shocks Icon Electrified Shocks on the target(s) and have a Surge of Power Icon Surge of Power proc either for single-target (2 targets also, you would just cast Lightning Bolt Icon Lightning Bolt to benefit from Surge of Power) or with 6+ targets.

Shaman Elemental 10.1 Class Set 4pc Icon Shaman Elemental 10.1 Class Set 4pc helps getting more spenders (making Elemental Blast Icon Elemental Blast even more desirable). It does not particularly change our gameplay otherwise.

3.

This section is dedicated to providing an action priority list tailored to our recommended T31 Single-Target build which you can find in our Talent Page.

Note that as your opener, you can simply follow this list as well.

  • Stormkeeper Icon Stormkeeper
  • Surge of Power Icon Surge of Power
  1. Cast Fire Elemental Icon Fire Elemental.
  2. Cast Primordial Wave Icon Primordial Wave if Splintered Elements Icon Splintered Elements is not up.
  3. Cast Flame Shock Icon Flame Shock during the pandemic window if Primordial Wave Icon Primordial Wave will not be available in time.
  4. Cast Lava Burst Icon Lava Burst if either Lava Surge Icon Lava Surge or Ascendance Icon Ascendance is up.
  5. Cast Elemental Blast Icon Elemental Blast if Master of the Elements Icon Master of the Elements is up.
  6. Cast Lava Burst Icon Lava Burst.
  7. Cast Frost Shock Icon Frost Shock if Icefury Icon Icefury buffs are available and Master of the Elements Icon Master of the Elements is up.
  8. Cast Icefury Icon Icefury.
  9. Cast Elemental Blast Icon Elemental Blast.
  10. Cast Frost Shock Icon Frost Shock if Icefury Icon Icefury buffs are available.
  11. Cast Lightning Bolt Icon Lightning Bolt.
  12. Cast Flame Shock Icon Flame Shock and if really needed Frost Shock Icon Frost Shock while moving.

Splintered Elements Icon Splintered Elements is mentioned as with its reworked effect, it is now worth considering for many raid fights that include AoE elements.

4.

Single-Target Rotation for Elemental Shaman (without T31 4PC)

The rotation of an Elemental Shaman revolves around the following priority list. Note that for the special "rotation" involving Stormkeeper Icon Stormkeeper, Surge of Power Icon Surge of Power and Icefury Icon Icefury, we assume you are using Eye of the Storm Icon Eye of the Storm, Flow of Power Icon Flow of Power and Swelling Maelstrom Icon Swelling Maelstrom. If you are not, adjust accordingly.

  • Storm Elemental Icon Storm Elemental
  • Fire Elemental Icon Fire Elemental
  • Lava Surge Icon Lava Surge
  • Stormkeeper Icon Stormkeeper
  • Surge of Power Icon Surge of Power
  • Icefury Icon Icefury
  • Electrified Shocks Icon Electrified Shocks
  • Master of the Elements Icon Master of the Elements
  • Elemental Blast Icon Elemental Blast
  • Primordial Wave Icon Primordial Wave
  • Deeply Rooted Elements Icon Deeply Rooted Elements
  • Ascendance Icon Ascendance
  • Primal Elementalist Icon Primal Elementalist
  • Liquid Magma Totem Icon Liquid Magma Totem
  • Primordial Surge Icon Primordial Surge
  • Further Beyond Icon Further Beyond
  • Windspeaker's Lava Resurgence Icon Windspeaker's Lava Resurgence
  • Lightning Lasso Icon Lightning Lasso
  1. When in Ascendance Icon Ascendance form cast Earth Shock Icon Earth Shock whenever available, but always alternate it with Lava Burst Icon Lava Burst.
  2. When in Ascendance Icon Ascendance form cast Elemental Blast Icon Elemental Blast whenever available, but always alternate it with Lava Burst Icon Lava Burst.
  3. Cast Earth Shock Icon Earth Shock if your next cast will make you overcap Maelstrom.
  4. Cast Lightning Bolt Icon Lightning Bolt as a filler on a single target.
  5. Cast Flame Shock Icon Flame Shock as a filler while moving, unless Primordial Wave Icon Primordial Wave will become available
  6. Cast Frost Shock Icon Frost Shock as a filler while moving.

For more information on your opening sequence, please refer to our dedicated section.

Note that if you are using Primal Elementalist Icon Primal Elementalist without Storm Elemental Icon Storm Elemental, you can cast Meteor Icon Meteor whenever you want, as you can only cast it once per Elemental. Since its damage is not split, you ideally want to hold onto it if multiple targets are going to be present.

5.

This section is dedicated to providing an action priority list tailored to our recommended T31 AoE / Mythic+ build which you can find in our Talent Page.

  1. Cast Fire Elemental Icon Fire Elemental if Ascendance Icon Ascendance is not up.
  2. Cast Stormkeeper Icon Stormkeeper if Ascendance Icon Ascendance is up and a previous Stormkeeper buff is not available (for people still using Shaman Elemental 10.1 Class Set 2pc Icon Shaman Elemental 10.1 Class Set 2pc).
  3. Cast Totemic Recall Icon Totemic Recall if Ascendance Icon Ascendance is not up and Liquid Magma Totem Icon Liquid Magma Totem is on cooldown for a long time, depending on how long adds will live.
  4. Cast Liquid Magma Totem Icon Liquid Magma Totem if Ascendance Icon Ascendance is not up.
  5. Cast Primordial Wave Icon Primordial Wave on whichever target is closest to losing the Flame Shock Icon Flame Shock effect, unless it is close to dying.
  6. If specced into Surge of Power Icon Surge of Power, cast Flame Shock Icon Flame Shock when it is up on whichever target has the lowest duration Flame Shock Icon Flame Shock effect, unless it is close to dying.
  7. Cast Lava Beam Icon Lava Beam if Ascendance Icon Ascendance and Master of the Elements Icon Master of the Elements are up.
  8. Cast Lava Burst Icon Lava Burst if Ascendance Icon Ascendance is up.
  9. Cast Earthquake Icon Earthquake if Master of the Elements Icon Master of the Elements is up, you have 15 or more stacks of Magma Chamber Icon Magma Chamber and Lava Surge Icon Lava Surge is not up
  10. Cast Chain Lightning Icon Chain Lightning if Master of the Elements Icon Master of the Elements is up but neither Ascendance Icon Ascendance or Lava Surge Icon Lava Surge are up
  11. Cast Lava Burst Icon Lava Burst.
  12. Cast Earthquake Icon Earthquake.
  13. Cast Chain Lightning Icon Chain Lightning.
  14. Cast Flame Shock Icon Flame Shock on whichever target is closest to losing its DoT effect.
6.

Multiple Target Rotation for Elemental Shaman (without T31 4PC)

  • Storm Elemental Icon Storm Elemental
  • Fire Elemental Icon Fire Elemental
  • Lava Surge Icon Lava Surge
  • Surge of Power Icon Surge of Power
  • Stormkeeper Icon Stormkeeper
  • Electrified Shocks Icon Electrified Shocks
  • Power of the Maelstrom Icon Power of the Maelstrom
  • Primordial Wave Icon Primordial Wave
  • Ascendance Icon Ascendance
  • Deeply Rooted Elements Icon Deeply Rooted Elements
  • Primal Elementalist Icon Primal Elementalist
  • Elemental Blast Icon Elemental Blast
  • Echoes of Great Sundering Icon Echoes of Great Sundering
  • Liquid Magma Totem Icon Liquid Magma Totem
  • Splintered Elements Icon Splintered Elements
  1. If all targets are split, keep Flame Shock Icon Flame Shock up on as many of them as you can as long as they will live for the whole duration.
  2. Cast Earthquake Icon Earthquake.
  3. Cast Lava Burst Icon Lava Burst if there are 3 or fewer targets, and if a Flame Shock Icon Flame Shock is up, ideally right before using Stormkeeper Icon Stormkeeper-boosted abilities, or an Echoes of Great Sundering Icon Echoes of Great Sundering Earthquake Icon Earthquake.
  4. Cast Chain Lightning Icon Chain Lightning.
  5. Cast Flame Shock Icon Flame Shock when moving
6.1.

AoE Target Caps

  • Tempest Icon Tempest has no target limit but does reduce damage beyond 5 targets.
  • Meteor Icon Meteor is limited to 8 targets.
  • Earthquake Icon Earthquake and Liquid Magma Totem Icon Liquid Magma Totem have a soft-cap at 20 targets. This cap is high enough that it should rarely matter.
6.2.

"Funneling"

Funneling means using the fact that there are multiple targets present in the fight to gain damage on a single target. For Elemental Shamans, this means having multiple Flame Shock Icon Flame Shocks running on several targets and using the additional Lava Surge Icon Lava Surge procs to gain a significant amount of DPS on one target. If this is an important part of the fight, you may want to gear toward Haste, as this is a very good start for this strategy.

6.3.

Master of the Elements

If you are using the talent Master of the Elements Icon Master of the Elements, you may want to try to use the buff on the most appropriate spell for the situation, usually your spender. From best to worst, you ideally want to use Master of the Elements Icon Master of the Elements on:

  1. Lightning Bolt Icon Lightning Bolt empowered by Stormkeeper Icon Stormkeeper
  2. Earthquake Icon Earthquake if it will hit 4+ targets or 2+ if empowered by Echoes of Great Sundering Icon Echoes of Great Sundering.
  3. Elemental Blast Icon Elemental Blast
  4. Earth Shock Icon Earth Shock
  5. Frost Shock Icon Frost Shock empowered by Icefury Icon Icefury
  6. Lightning Bolt Icon Lightning Bolt empowered by Power of the Maelstrom Icon Power of the Maelstrom
  7. Icefury Icon Icefury
  8. Lightning Bolt Icon Lightning Bolt
  9. Frost Shock Icon Frost Shock

Note that the list above is what will give the most value for the proc, but IT DOES NOT MEAN THAT THIS IS THE ACTUAL SPELL PRIORITY IF YOU HAVE A PROC. It should not override the fact that you should cast Earth Shock Icon Earth Shock if you have 90 or more Maelstrom or that casting Elemental Blast Icon Elemental Blast should generally take priority over everything else if long-term efficiency is the goal. Obviously, there are plenty of situational exceptions, but it is impossible to give static priorities for every situation.

6.4.

Surge of Power

In most scenarios, especially in a raid, there are two main uses for Surge of Power Icon Surge of Power. Either you use it on Lava Burst Icon Lava Burst in order to get a full additional use of Fire Elemental Icon Fire Elemental, or, if the fight will not last long enough, you use it on Lightning Bolt Icon Lightning Bolt for additional Mastery: Elemental Overload Icon Mastery: Elemental Overload procs.

In addition, against exactly 2 targets within 8 yards of each other, you want to use Earth Shock Icon Earth Shock to empower your Flame Shock Icon Flame Shock to hit both targets, but only if Flame Shock is not already present on both or is within the pandemic window.

If you do not know what the "pandemic window" is, look here

Finally, if you are using Stormkeeper Icon Stormkeeper as well, you should almost always want to pool Maelstrom before casting it so that both Stormkeeper-empowered Lightning Bolt Icon Lightning Bolts become also empowered by Surge of Power Icon Surge of Power. The exact amount of Maelstrom required depends on the talent, whether or not you are using any combination of these talents: Eye of the Storm Icon Eye of the Storm, Flow of Power Icon Flow of Power, Elemental Blast Icon Elemental Blast, Searing Flames Icon Searing Flames.

Here is an example assuming you use our recommended single-target build with Eye of the Storm Icon Eye of the Storm and Flow of Power Icon Flow of Power:

  1. Pool Maelstrom until you have at least 58 (50 with Shaman Elemental 10.1 Class Set 4pc Icon Shaman Elemental 10.1 Class Set 4pc); if specced into Electrified Shocks Icon Electrified Shocks cast an Icefury Icon Icefury-empowered Frost Shock Icon Frost Shock just before or just after casting Stormkeeper Icon Stormkeeper.
  2. Cast Stormkeeper Icon Stormkeeper
  3. Cast Earth Shock Icon Earth Shock
  4. Cast Lightning Bolt Icon Lightning Bolt
  5. Cast an Icefury Icon Icefury-empowered Frost Shock Icon Frost Shock if specced into Electrified Shocks Icon Electrified Shocks
  6. Cast Earth Shock Icon Earth Shock
  7. Cast Lightning Bolt Icon Lightning Bolt

This talent has some interesting synergy with Primordial Wave Icon Primordial Wave and Skybreaker's Fiery Demise Icon Skybreaker's Fiery Demise for heavy multi-dotting of split targets.

7.

Cooldown Usage for Elemental Shaman

Before using each of your cooldowns, you should take special care to consider several factors. Our offensive cooldowns have lengthy recharge times, but when correctly utilized, they can be responsible for a large percentage of our damage output. You should always take into account:

  • Your raid's Bloodlust Icon Bloodlust/Heroism Icon Heroism/Time Warp Icon Time Warp usage.
  • The mechanics of the current boss, including intermissions and abilities that necessitate movement.
  • The spawn timers of any adds that might be present, as we may want to use or delay certain cooldowns with respect to cleave and AoE.
7.1.

Ascendance

There are a few things to consider before each Ascendance Icon Ascendance usage.

  • Ensure Flame Shock Icon Flame Shock is present on as many targets as possible.
  • Ensure no boss mechanics will interfere, such as intermissions, boss movement, or mechanics that will force you to move. It can be a good idea to use Spiritwalker's Grace Icon Spiritwalker's Grace to ensure full DPS uptime.
  • Clear Lava Surge Icon Lava Surge if active, and any remaining Lava Burst Icon Lava Burst charges.
  • If using this talent, cast Elemental Blast Icon Elemental Blast immediately before activating Ascendance.

Do not let yourself Maelstrom cap; be sure to cast your spender when or before you reach 90 (140 with Swelling Maelstrom Icon Swelling Maelstrom) Maelstrom,. If using Further Beyond Icon Further Beyond, make sure you do not let Ascendance Icon Ascendance fade when you could have used a spender to extend it.

7.2.

Fire/Storm Elemental

Fire Elemental Icon Fire Elemental (or Storm Elemental Icon Storm Elemental) has a long cooldown, and its usage should be considered carefully. The best time to use this cooldown is always during periods of increased Haste or damage, and therefore, we typically will pair it with the Bloodlust Icon Bloodlust/Heroism Icon Heroism/Time Warp Icon Time Warp usage. That said, we never want to lose a potential usage of Fire/Storm Elemental by delaying it for maximum efficacy. For example, on an encounter that lasts 3 minutes, you would use Fire Elemental immediately on the pull and once again as soon as it is off cooldown, regardless of when Bloodlust/Heroism/Time Warp is used. Remember not to use Earth Elemental Icon Earth Elemental when your Fire/Storm Elemental is still around if you use Primal Elementalist Icon Primal Elementalist.

7.3.

Stormkeeper

Stormkeeper Icon Stormkeeper is used more or less on cooldown on pure single-target encounters.

On multiple-target fights or fights with intermittent cleave and AoE, it can be a good idea to delay your Stormkeeper Icon Stormkeeper until you are able to Chain Lightning Icon Chain Lightning the adds.

8.

Managing Movement for Elemental Shaman

Elemental is a lot more mobile in Dragonflight, between getting Spirit Walk Icon Spirit Walk or Gust of Wind Icon Gust of Wind with some talents increasing your movement speed further , especially in Ghost Wolf Icon Ghost Wolf form and Icefury Icon Icefury being a must. Fire-focused builds also have formidable mobility thanks to massive amounts of Lava Surge Icon Lava Surge procs. Elemental is, at worst, a fairly mobile spec, especially if you use your instant spells to adjust your positioning. Proactively position yourself to reduce potential movement from mechanics. Keep careful track of boss timers and mechanics, as they can spell disaster for your damage if you are targeted during a damage dump.

9.

Academic Information for Elemental Shaman

9.1.

Maelstrom Management

You should avoid casting Maelstrom-generating spells above a certain Maelstrom threshold that would make you go over the Maelstrom cap. Because of all the talents and procs interacting with that threshold, it is difficult to give exact numbers without making a detailed list that would be very impractical to use. We recommend instead that you use Swelling Maelstrom Icon Swelling Maelstrom and follow our recommended priorities in order to never overcap. Keep this in mind when pooling Maelstrom as well. It is likely these spells will overload at raid levels of gear; therefore, if you cast Lava Burst Icon Lava Burst at 90/140 Maelstrom or Icefury Icon Icefury at 75/125 Maelstrom , it is likely you will overcap Maelstrom and waste valuable resources. In practice, it is safer to cast these spells at lower Maelstrom than their limits to avoid wasting your overload procs. The key to success is managing all of your separate procs without overcapping Maelstrom.

9.2.

Lava Burst and Flame Shock

This section is currently somewhat obsolete unless Lava Burst Icon Lava Burst gets buffed.

The reason why Flame Shock Icon Flame Shock should always be up on your target is because:

  • each tick has a chance to proc Lava Surge Icon Lava Surge, which resets the cooldown of Lava Burst Icon Lava Burst;
  • Your Lava Burst will always critically hit if Flame Shock is on the target. This is very important due to your Elemental Fury Icon Elemental Fury passive.

You should only cast Lava Burst Icon Lava Burst when Flame Shock Icon Flame Shock is active on the target, or the target will live for less than 5 seconds. Flame Shock ticks every 3 seconds without accounting for Haste, meaning that you have to take advantage of Lava Surge Icon Lava Surge within one global cooldown to avoid potentially wasting a new Lava Surge proc from the next Flame Shock tick. By the same token, casting Lava Burst immediately as it comes off cooldown is also imperative so that Lava Surge is not wasted while Lava Burst is off cooldown.

Flame Shock Icon Flame Shock benefits from Pandemic, meaning that you can refresh it any time that it has less than 30% of its original maximum duration remaining, and the remaining duration will be added to the new debuff. Therefore, you are able to refresh Flame Shocks without wasting any duration when it has 5 seconds or less remaining, and it will be extended by 18 seconds. For example, if your Flame Shock has 5 seconds left and you refresh it, your new Flame Shock would last 23 seconds.

10.

Opening Sequences for Elemental Shaman

10.1.

Opening sequence for Lightning builds with T30 4PC

Note that there are several ways this opener can be adjusted. If you would want Stormkeeper Icon Stormkeeper before it comes off cooldown, you can hold onto it instead, this means adding at least one Lightning Bolt Icon Lightning Bolt before each Lava Burst Icon Lava Burst.

The second part of the opener will depend on your 2PC timer; you want to, if possible delay the Frost Shock Icon Frost Shock -> Lava Burst Icon Lava Burst -> Elemental Blast Icon Elemental Blast sequence until you know the follow-up Lightning Bolt Icon Lightning Bolt will be buffed by the 2PC.

  1. Cast Stormkeeper Icon Stormkeeper 3 seconds before the pull
  2. Cast Storm Elemental Icon Storm Elemental 1.5 second before the pull
  3. Cast Icefury Icon Icefury on pull
  4. Apply Flame Shock Icon Flame Shock
  5. Cast Frost Shock Icon Frost Shock
    • Did Icefury Icon Icefury overload?
  6. Cast Lightning Bolt Icon Lightning Bolt (possibly several times in a row depending on your 2PC timer)
  7. Cast Frost Shock Icon Frost Shock
  8. Cast Lava Burst Icon Lava Burst
  9. Cast Elemental Blast Icon Elemental Blast
  10. Cast Lightning Bolt Icon Lightning Bolt
  11. Proceed with normal priority.
10.2.

Opening sequence for Lightning builds with T30 2PC but without T30 4PC

  1. Cast Storm Elemental Icon Storm Elemental 1.5 second before the pull.
  2. Cast Icefury Icon Icefury on pull
  3. Apply Flame Shock Icon Flame Shock
  4. Cast Frost Shock Icon Frost Shock
  5. Cast Lightning Bolt Icon Lightning Bolt (which should be buffed by Shaman Elemental 10.1 Class Set 2pc Icon Shaman Elemental 10.1 Class Set 2pc
  6. Cast Lightning Bolt Icon Lightning Bolt
  7. Cast Frost Shock Icon Frost Shock
  8. Cast Lightning Bolt Icon Lightning Bolt
  9. Cast Stormkeeper Icon Stormkeeper
  10. Cast Flame Shock Icon Flame Shock
  11. Cast Lava Burst Icon Lava Burst.
  12. Cast Elemental Blast Icon Elemental Blast
  13. Cast Lightning Bolt Icon Lightning Bolt
  14. Cast Frost Shock Icon Frost Shock
  15. Cast Lava Burst Icon Lava Burst
  16. Cast Elemental Blast Icon Elemental Blast
  17. Cast Lightning Bolt Icon Lightning Bolt
  18. Proceed with normal priority.
10.3.

Generic Opening Sequence

  • Surge of Power Icon Surge of Power
  • Stormkeeper Icon Stormkeeper
  • Icefury Icon Icefury
  • Primordial Wave Icon Primordial Wave
  1. Cast Fire Elemental Icon Fire Elemental/Storm Elemental Icon Storm Elemental 3 seconds before the pull.
  2. Cast Lava Burst Icon Lava Burst.
  3. Proceed with normal priority.
11.

Changelog

  • 07 May 2024: Reviewed for 10.2.7.
  • 22 Apr. 2024: Reviewed for Dragonflight Season 4.
  • 17 Mar. 2024: Reviewed for Patch 10.2.6.
  • 15 Jan. 2024: Reviewed for Patch 10.2.5.
  • 07 Nov. 2023: Fixed a couple missing lines from the T31 action priority lists.
  • 06 Nov. 2023: Added new sections emphasizing the recommended action priority lists for T31-recommended builds. Added T31 section, removed T29 section.
  • 04 Sep. 2023: Fixed default checked talents to assume T30 raid talent recommendation.
  • 12 Jul. 2023: Added an additional bit to the single-target rotation for lightning builds that do not use Windspeaker's Lava Resurgence.
  • 10 Jul. 2023: Removed Earth Elemental from the single-target priority list.
  • 24 May 2023: Fixed some typos, adjusted 4PC opener.
  • 10 May 2023: Some adjustments to multi-target rotation.
  • 09 May 2023: Small fix to Lava Burst usage in single-target for some fire builds.
  • 02 May 2023: Updated Stormkeeper setups with Surge of Power and description of 4PT30 usage.
  • 01 May 2023: Added default checkmarks to indicate the most likely default build people will use, added 2 openers, one for people with 2P T30 without 4P and one for people with 4P T30.
  • 20 Mar. 2023: Updated for Patch 10.0.7.
  • 24 Jan. 2023: Reviewed for Patch 10.0.5.
  • 05 Jan. 2022: Overhauled several parts of the single-target priority list to be more precise, fixed a couple of oversights.
  • 21 Dec. 2022: Added dedicated lines for Lava Surge and Windspeaker's Lava Resurgence. Adjusted a couple other lines.
  • 15 Dec. 2022: Removed a duplicate line from from the multi-target rotation.
  • 13 Dec. 2022: Added checkboxes to the opener section.
  • 11 Dec. 2022: Adjusted some wording on multitarget rotation.
  • 11 Dec. 2022: Small fix to multitarget rotation.
  • 28 Nov. 2022: Updated for Dragonflight launch.
  • 18 Nov. 2022: Updated with a disclaimer on the new fire builds.
  • 07 Nov. 2022: Added Lightning Bolt with Surge of Power to multi-target rotation (2 targets only).
  • 03 Nov. 2022: Further fixes to several talent toggle issues, modification in the Master of the Elements section.
  • 02 Nov. 2022: Fixed a variety of issues, mostly with talent toggles, improved several lists, added some information on build viability.
  • 25 Oct. 2022: Updated for Dragonflight pre-patch.
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