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Mistweaver Monk PvP Guide Battle for Azeroth (BfA)

Last updated on Jul 22, 2018 at 12:27 by Mysticall 5 comments

Table of Contents

Introduction

This guide will walk you through everything you need to know to play a Mistweaver Monk in a PvP environment. The guide will cover everything from talent choices, PvP talents, gameplay and rotation, and useful macros. It is most applicable to Arena content, but most talents and racial bonuses will work in Rated Battlegrounds and skirmishes.

About The Author

This guide has been written by Mysticall, a seasoned PvP player who has repeatedly achieved Arena Master and 2500 rating. You can watch his stream on Twitch, and you can also check out his YouTube channel.

1. Spec Overview / Place in the Current Meta for Mistweaver Monks

Mistweaver Monks in PvP are fun, challenging, and rewarding to play. The style of a Mistweaver is fast-paced with unique offensive abilities; a play style that is unlike any other healer in the game. Sometimes you are forced to get in melee range to cast spells.

1.1. Strengths of Mistweaver Monks

  • Great mobility
  • Strong single-target healing
  • Multiple crowd control abilities

1.2. Weaknesses of Mistweaver Monks

  • Run out of Mana quickly
  • No defensive abilities when stunned
  • Very little utility for teammates

2. Regular Talents for Mistweaver Monks

Regular talents work in both PvP and PvE content (although they may sometimes work differently in the two environments, which is indicated by their tooltips). In other words, they are always active.

On the other hand, PvP talents (which we talk about later on in the guide) are inactive outside of a PvP environment, unless you have enabled War Mode.

3. Regular Talents for Mistweaver Monks

3.1. Tier 1 (Level 15) Talents

If you are not using the Way of the Crane Icon Way of the Crane PvP talent (see PvP talents section), the best choice in this tier is Mist Wrap Icon Mist Wrap. Enveloping Mist Icon Enveloping Mist is crucial to Mistweaver healing, and increasing its healing and duration makes it even better.

If you are using the Way of the Crane Icon Way of the Crane PvP talent, Chi Wave Icon Chi Wave is the best choice in this tier. This is a decent single-target heal which you should use off cooldown. Be aware that it does deal damage after it heals and has the potential to break crowd control.

3.2. Tier 2 (Level 30) Talents

In this tier, the best choice is Chi Torpedo Icon Chi Torpedo. This helps with your survivability and mobility. It also allows you to safely "overextend" in order to crowd control an enemy and then roll back to safety.

3.3. Tier 3 (Level 45) Talents

If you are playing against a team with limited crowd control, we recommend Mana Tea Icon Mana Tea. Mistweaver Monks have no sources of Mana regeneration and this talent help with Mana issues.

Against teams with a lot of crowd control or in matchups that will not last long, Lifecycles Icon Lifecycles is the better choice. This helps with Mana, because you will passively regenerate Mana while in crowd control. While out of control you have to weave Enveloping Mist Icon Enveloping Mist and Vivify Icon Vivify to get the most out of this talent.

3.4. Tier 4 (Level 60) Talents

If your team has very little crowd control and stuns, Leg Sweep Icon Leg Sweep is the best choice in this tier. Try to use Paralysis Icon Paralysis on your target and then stun them as it ends.

If your team has multiple stuns, the best choice in this tier is Ring of Peace Icon Ring of Peace. This will help with getting away from melee and acts like a "pillar" to prevent melee from hitting you.

3.5. Tier 5 (Level 75) Talents

Healing Elixir Icon Healing Elixir is the best talent in this tier. This is an overall great talent for when a team starts targeting you.

3.6. Tier 6 (Level 90) Talents

We recommend Summon Jade Serpent Statue Icon Summon Jade Serpent Statue in this tier. Because melee teams (which you are likely to be a part of) usually lack crowd control, the bonus healing from your statue helps deal with the aggression.

If you are playing against a team with strong spread pressure, Invoke Chi-Ji, the Red Crane Icon Invoke Chi-Ji, the Red Crane is the best choice in this tier. This is a strong cooldown to use when the enemy team is starting to pressure multiple of your teammates.

3.7. Tier 7 (Level 100) Talents

If you are using the Way of the Crane Icon Way of the Crane PvP talent and want even more instant healing, Rising Mist Icon Rising Mist is the best choice in this tier.

If you are not using the Way of the Crane Icon Way of the Crane PvP talent, Thunder Focus Tea Icon Thunder Focus Tea increases your overall healing output.

4. PvP Talents for Mistweaver Monks

PvP talents are typically only available in PvP content, but War Mode (explained below) allows you to also benefit from them in the open world.

As you will see below, the PvP talents are very flexible. Depending on what classes you are playing with and against, you can adjust your talents to better suit your team's goal. You must choose:

  • 1 trinket talent out of 3 possible choices;
  • 3 PvP talents out of a pool of about a dozen possible choices.

4.1. War Mode

War Mode is a new PvP system added in Battle for Azeroth. War Mode can be toggled on and off in any major city. When it is enabled, you are able to use your PvP talents in the open world, and because you will be fighting enemies of the other faction, you also get an experience bonus while leveling. Do note that this makes you vulnerable to being killed by players of the other faction.

4.1.1. Bonuses of War Mode

Enabling War Mode provides the following perks.

  • The ability to use all PvP talents in the outdoor world. You do not need to be in PvP combat to use them.
  • You can earn Conquest Points.
  • You gain +10% experience while leveling.
  • There are PvP achievements you can earn.
  • At maximum level, you get a +10% World Quest reward bonus.

4.1.2. War Mode Bounties

If you kill too many players in a single zone, there will be a bounty put on you. Everyone in that zone will know your exact location. You can see the location of players with a bounty by checking your map. Killing players with a bounty on them rewards Conquest Points and is part of an achievement called Bounty Hunting Icon Bounty Hunting. Bounty Hunting is part of a meta achievement called Conqueror of Azeroth Icon Conqueror of Azeroth / Conqueror of Azeorth Icon Conqueror of Azeroth that rewards the title Conqueror of Azeroth.

4.1.3. Air Drops

It is not yet totally clear how Air Drops will work, but we know the following about it from Blizzard.

From time to time, a flying machine will make its way across the sky. The rumble of its engine is a clear indicator that something is afoot. You'll want to keep an eagle eye on the sky and watch for a War Supply Crate to drop somewhere in the zone. Similar to the chest in Gurubashi Arena, players can fight over the crate and claim it for their faction. Once a faction has gained control of the crate, anyone of that faction who is within the area will have a short period to open it and collect a piece of personal loot.

4.2. PvP Talents for Mistweaver Monks

The first PvP talent tier is will give you a choice between Gladiator's Medallion Icon Gladiator's Medallion, Relentless Icon Relentless, and Adaptation Icon Adaptation. Gladiator's Medallion is the best choice in this tier. It is great for removing crowd control on you that your healer cannot dispel.

4.2.1. Trinket Talent

The first PvP talent tier is will give you a choice between Gladiator's Medallion Icon Gladiator's Medallion, Relentless Icon Relentless, and Adaptation Icon Adaptation. Gladiator's Medallion Icon Gladiator's Medallion is the best choice in this tier. It is great for when you have Life Cocoon Icon Life Cocoon and one of your teammates does not have defensive cooldowns.

4.3. PvP Talents

Surging Mist Icon Surging Mist heals the target and increases the healing they take from Surging Mist Icon Surging Mist by 50% for 6 seconds. This effect stacks up to 2 times. This is a great talent for single-target burst healing. However, you do need to plan ahead when using this because it will take 2 global cooldowns to stack this twice.

Way of the Crane Icon Way of the Crane increases your physical damage, you remove and become immune to all snares and root affects and you heal up to 3 allies for 200% of all damage done. This is a great PvP talent for when you want to play aggressively and do a lot of instant healing.

Chrysalis Icon Chrysalis reduces the cooldown of Life Cocoon Icon Life Cocoon by 30 seconds. This is an overall great talent so you can use Life Cocoon Icon Life Cocoon more often throughout an arena match.

Counteract Magic Icon Counteract Magic increases the healing done by Renewing Mist Icon Renewing Mist by 135% when the target is affected by a magical damage over time effect. This talent is strong against teams with multiple DoTs. By dispelling DoTs and keeping Renewing Mist Icon Renewing Mist up, you should be able to out-heal the damage of the DoTs. You should replace Chrysalis Icon Chrysalis with this talent.

Healing Sphere Icon Healing Sphere allows you to place a healing sphere on the ground after 1.5 seconds. If allies walk through it, they consume the sphere, healing them and dispelling all harmful periodic magic effects. Only 3 spheres can be active at the same time. This should be used against teams with multiple Dot spells and pairs well when used with Counteract Magic Icon Counteract Magic. If you have already replaced Chrysalis Icon Chrysalis with Counteract Magic Icon Counteract Magic, you should replace Surging Mist Icon Surging Mist.

Dome of Mist Icon Dome of Mist makes Enveloping Mist Icon Enveloping Mist transform 100% of its remaining periodic healing into a Dome of Mist when dispelled. Dome of Mist Icon Dome of Mist absorbs all damage and all healing received by the Monk is increased. This talent is strong against teams with multiple Purge Icon Purge and Spellsteal Icon Spellsteal effects. You can replace Chrysalis Icon Chrysalis with this talent.

Grapple Weapon Icon Grapple Weapon disarms the enemy for 6 seconds. This can be crucial utility against teams with a melee DPS on it. If you are uncomfortable with playing Way of the Crane Icon Way of the Crane against melee teams, you can replace that talent with Grapple Weapon Icon Grapple Weapon. You will be losing healing output, but gaining strong utility.

Zen Focus Tea Icon Zen Focus Tea provides immunity to Silence and Interrupt effects for 5 seconds. Although this talent can be useful in some situations, it is not strong enough to choose it over the other talents.

Refreshing Breeze Icon Refreshing Breeze increases the healing of Vivify Icon Vivify, and Vivify Icon Vivify refreshes the duration of Essence Font Icon Essence Font on targets it heals. Essence Font Icon Essence Font is not used often in PvP and this talent should not be used.

Yu'lon's Gift Icon Yu'lon's Gift makes Roll Icon Roll or Chi Torpedo Icon Chi Torpedo dispel all snares affecting you when used. This is strong when paired with Chi Torpedo Icon Chi Torpedo, but Way of the Crane Icon Way of the Crane has the same affect and is too powerful to replace with this talent.

Eminence Icon Eminence reduces the cooldown of your Transcendence: Transfer Icon Transcendence: Transfer by 5 seconds. Because the cooldown of Transcendence: Transfer Icon Transcendence: Transfer is already a long cooldown, reducing it by only 5 seconds does not make this talent viable.

Fast Feet Icon Fast Feet reduces the duration of snares on you and you move 15% faster for 3 seconds after being attacked. This talent does not have a strong effect and should not be used.

4.4. PvP Gear

Gear is what determines how strong a player is in PvP. The better gear you have, the stronger your abilities are. There are several ways to receive gear from PvP. One important way to get gear is by completing the weekly conquest point cap. You will receive gear at the end of the week based on your rating. For example, if you played and won at Rival in 3v3, you will receive a reward with an item level based on your ranking at the end of the week. It is important to note that if you are rated at a Rival level in 3v3, but only do 2v2 that week, you will not receive a piece of gear unless you won a game in the 3v3 bracket. The following are the names and ratings of all of the brackets:

  • Combatant: 1400-1599;
  • Challenger: 1600-1799;
  • Rival: 1800-2099;
  • Duelist: 2100-2399;
  • Gladiator: 2400+.

4.4.1. Conquest Points

Every week there will be an empty bar in your PvP queue tab. If you earn enough Conquest Points to fill it, you will receive a piece of gear. When you complete a set, you can receive higher tiers of gear. Conquest points can be earned by doing the following:

  • Rated Arenas;
  • Rated Battlegrounds;
  • Normal Battlegrounds;
  • Epic Battlegrounds;
  • World PvP.

4.4.2. Obtaining Gear

You will obtain gear by earning Conquest Points. The following are the three ways to receive loot in PvP.

  • At the end of an Arena match there is a chance to receive a piece of gear. This gear is based on your Arena Rating.
  • After you win a Rated Battleground or win your first Battleground of the day you will get a piece of gear and earn Conquest Points.
  • Once you earned enough Conquest Points for the week, you will unlock a new weekly reward. This gear is based on your rating.

It is important to note that the gear you get from capping your conquest points is predetermined in a specific order. There are mechanics for players to get gear quicker if they have no played a character for awhile.

5. Racial Bonuses for Mistweaver Monks

Racial bonuses can provide interesting PvP benefits. Here are the best races to choose for each faction.

5.1. Horde

The passive Orc racial bonus (Hardiness Icon Hardiness) is great if you find yourself being stunned a lot and having a hard time against melee classes.

5.2. Alliance

The Human racial bonus (Every Man for Himself Icon Every Man for Himself) is a great way to get out of stuns.

The Night Elf racial bonus (Shadowmeld Icon Shadowmeld) is always a strong choice when playing a healer. This racial has a high skill cap, but using Shadowmeld Icon Shadowmeld to avoid crowd control can be very powerful. For example, if a Mage is casting Polymorph Icon Polymorph on you, use Shadowmeld Icon Shadowmeld to avoid it. If you use Shadowmeld Icon Shadowmeld at the same time that a Priest uses their Psychic Scream Icon Psychic Scream, you will not be feared.

6. Playstyle for Mistweaver Monks

The main role for a Mistweaver Monk, besides keeping your team alive, is to always keep your team offensive and take advantage of your mobility.

To keep your team offensive, you will push in with your team to try to get Leg Sweep Icon Leg Sweep stuns the entire enemy team. You should also use talents like Tiger's Lust Icon Tiger's Lust to prevent your teammates from being kited. Use Paralysis Icon Paralysis on healers and Leg Sweep Icon Leg Sweep them once it is over.

Taking advantage of your mobility is crucial. Mistweavers are one of the squishiest healers. Use abilities like Chi Torpedo Icon Chi Torpedo and Transcendence: Transfer Icon Transcendence: Transfer to push in with your team and push out if they swap to you. Transcendence: Transfer Icon Transcendence: Transfer does have a relatively long cooldown, so make sure it is available when you overextend with abilities like Way of the Crane Icon Way of the Crane.

6.1. Before Gates Open

Before the gates open, you should make sure to have multiple stacks of water in your bags. This is important because you can run out of Mana quickly, and having the option to drink is crucial. Sometimes you can bait the team in overextending by starting to drink (making them think you will be out of action for a while). This can open up the potential for a kill.

Make sure your team has a strategy for crowd control, and remember that your Paralysis Icon Paralysis is broken from any damage. This is a strong crowd control ability as long as it does not break.

6.2. The Opener

Healers do not really have an "opener" as such. As a Mistweaver, you want to do two things when the gate opens.

  1. Put down your Summon Jade Serpent Statue Icon Summon Jade Serpent Statue (if talented into it, which we recommend).
  2. Place your Transcendence Icon Transcendence portal in a safe place (such as behind a pillar).

After this, start putting Renewing Mist Icon Renewing Mist on your teammates so they have some healing on them. This should be easy because you have two charges of Renewing Mist Icon Renewing Mist. If you think the enemy team will focus you at the start, put a charge on yourself.

The other team is going to try to force your trinket in the opener so they have an advantage later in the game. Use Transcendence: Transfer Icon Transcendence: Transfer to avoid incoming crowd control on you, and hold on to your trinket for as long as you can.

6.3. Healing Techniques

6.3.1. Burst Healing

Use this if the enemy team uses their cooldowns to try to kill a teammate.

  1. Cast Life Cocoon Icon Life Cocoon.
  2. Use Revival Icon Revival if your team is taking heavy spread damage.

If you do not have Life Cocoon Icon Life Cocoon, do the following.

  1. Use Renewing Mist Icon Renewing Mist.
  2. Use Thunder Focus Tea Icon Thunder Focus Tea.
  3. Channel Soothing Mist Icon Soothing Mist on your teammate taking damage.
  4. Use Surging Mist Icon Surging Mist.
  5. Use Enveloping Mist Icon Enveloping Mist.
  6. Use Vivify Icon Vivify if your team is taking spread damage.
  7. Use Surging Mist Icon Surging Mist
  8. Use Surging Mist Icon Surging Mist.
  9. Use Revival Icon Revival if your team is taking heavy spread damage.

If you are using Way of the Crane Icon Way of the Crane do the following.

  1. Use Tiger Palm Icon Tiger Palm to generate 2-3 stacks of Teachings of the Monastery Icon Teachings of the Monastery.
  2. Use Way of the Crane Icon Way of the Crane.
  3. Use Chi Wave Icon Chi Wave or Chi Burst Icon Chi Burst.
  4. Use Thunder Focus Tea Icon Thunder Focus Tea if it is available.
  5. Use Rising Sun Kick Icon Rising Sun Kick.
  6. Use Blackout Kick Icon Blackout Kick.
  7. Use Rising Sun Kick Icon Rising Sun Kick.
  8. For the rest of the time Way of the Crane Icon Way of the Crane is active, do the following:
    1. Use Tiger Palm Icon Tiger Palm to generate 1-2 stacks of Teachings of the Monastery Icon Teachings of the Monastery.
    2. Use Blackout Kick Icon Blackout Kick.
    3. Use Renewing Mist Icon Renewing Mist if there is spread damage.
  9. Although Way of the Crane Icon Way of the Crane is active, you should still use Soothing Mist Icon Soothing Mist to put an Enveloping Mist Icon Enveloping Mist on your target.
  10. Use the last second of Way of the Crane Icon Way of the Crane to reposition yourself near a pillar.

6.3.2. Sustained Damage Healing

Use this to heal sustained damage throughout the fight (damage done when the other team does not have burst cooldowns available).

  1. Use Renewing Mist Icon Renewing Mist every time it comes off cooldown.
  2. Cast Enveloping Mist Icon Enveloping Mist on party members that are being targeted by the enemy team.
  3. Cast Surging Mist Icon Surging Mist for single-target healing (this is a good spell to use when low on Mana.
  4. Use Vivify Icon Vivify if your team is taking strong spread damage.

If you are using Way of the Crane Icon Way of the Crane:

  1. Use Rising Sun Kick Icon Rising Sun Kick for instant healing from Rising Mist Icon Rising Mist.
  2. Use Renewing Mist Icon Renewing Mist if there is spread damage.
  3. Use Enveloping Mist Icon Enveloping Mist if there is single-target damage.
  4. Use Surging Mist Icon Surging Mist for strong single-target healing.

6.3.3. Spread Damage Healing

When there is spread damage (a single teammate is not being focused), do the following.

  1. Keep Renewing Mist Icon Renewing Mist on all teammates.
  2. Use Healing Sphere Icon Healing Sphere where your teammates are standing.
  3. Use Enveloping Mist Icon Enveloping Mist on teammates that are low on health (prioritise the lowest health target).
  4. Use Revival Icon Revival if needed.

It is important to note that if you are using the Lifecycles Icon Lifecycles talent, you need to be aware of what abilities you are using. If you find it hard to keep track of what buff you have, try to get in the habit of using Vivify Icon Vivify after you use Enveloping Mist Icon Enveloping Mist.

6.4. Defensive Techniques

You have several defensive abilities you can use to help keep you and your team alive.

  • Leg Sweep Icon Leg Sweep should be used for crowd control on the enemy healer most of the time. If you are being focused and cannot get away or receive help from your teammates, use Leg Sweep Icon Leg Sweep to stun attacking enemies.
  • Transcendence Icon Transcendence can be used to teleport behind pillars. Use this when you push in for a Leg Sweep Icon Leg Sweep and Transcendence: Transfer Icon Transcendence: Transfer back before you get swapped to. If an enemy is casting crowd control on you, you can teleport before their cast finishes to avoid being crowd controlled.
  • Fortifying Brew Icon Fortifying Brew is a damage reduction spell that also increases your health. This works well with Healing Elixir Icon Healing Elixir and, if you play with a Warlock, Healthstones. Use this when Transcendence Icon Transcendence is on cooldown and you cannot get away from the enemy team.
  • Paralysis Icon Paralysis can be used when you have been interrupted. If the enemy team is trying to kill one of your teammates and you get interrupted, use Paralysis on one of the enemy DPS to prevent their damage. You can also use Paralysis this to interrupt casts, including to avoid incoming crowd control.
  • Provoke Icon Provoke can be used to taunt enemy pets. Using this on a pet 1-2 seconds before being in crowd control can cause the pet to attack you and break the crowd control. For example, taunting a Mage's Water Elemental right before a Polymorph Icon Polymorph cast will cause the elemental to release you.

7. Best Team Compositions for Mistweaver Monks

Now that you have the correct talents and understand your damage rotation, it is time to step into the arena with your team. With spells like Way of the Crane Icon Way of the Crane and Life Cocoon Icon Life Cocoon, Mistweaver Monks play with classes that are very aggressive.

7.1. 2v2 Arena

In 2v2 Arena, you will primarily be playing Way of the Crane Icon Way of the Crane with a melee DPS. Every time you use Way of the Crane Icon Way of the Crane, you will want to Leg Sweep Icon Leg Sweep the enemy healer. The goal of this is to always have consistent damage that the enemy healer will have to heal. The result is the enemy healer will not be able to keep up with the damage and run out of Mana quickly.

Here is a list of the best team compositions for 2v2:

  • Mistweaver + Havoc Demon Hunter
  • Mistweaver + Arms Warrior
  • Mistweaver + Frost Death Knight
  • Mistweaver + Enhancement Shaman

7.2. 3v3 Arena

Your role in 3v3 is similar to 2v2 Arena. You will likely be playing Way of the Crane Icon Way of the Crane with 1-2 melee DPS. When your team has damage, you will want to use Paralysis Icon Paralysis and then Leg Sweep Icon Leg Sweep the enemy healer. Although recently nerfed, Way of the Crane Icon Way of the Crane damage can help secure kills while the enemy healer is in crowd control.

Here is a list of the best team compositions for 3v3:

  • Turbo (Mistweaver Monk + Enhancement Shaman + Arms Warrior)
  • TSG (Mistweaver Monk + Arms Warrior + Frost Death Knight)
  • Mistweaver Monk + Havoc Demon Hunter + Arms Warrior
  • Mistweaver Monk + Balance Druid + Havoc Demon Hunter

8. Useful Macros for Mistweaver Monks

Macros are crucial to be successful in PvP. They allow players to use abilities on enemies without having to target them. This helps increase overall damage/healing and general awareness in the arena. Here are a few macros that all Mistweaver Monks can benefit from.

8.1. Paralysis 123 Macro

  • #showtooltip Paralysis
  • /cast [target=arena1] Paralysis

Using this macro will cast Paralysis Icon Paralysis on arena enemy 1. This makes it easier to crowd control an enemy while healing your team. If you want macros for the second and third enemies, simply change the arena1 to arena2 or arena3.

8.2. Detox Party Macro

  • #showtooltip Detox
  • /cast [target=party1] Detox

Using this macro will cast Detox Icon Detox on party player 1. This makes it easier to dispel a teammate while healing the rest of your team. If you want a macro to dispel the second party member, change the party1 to party2.

8.3. Ring of Peace Cursor Macro

  • #showtooltip
  • /stopcasting
  • /cast [@cursor,nomod] Ring of Peace

Using this macro will cast Ring of Peace Icon Ring of Peace where your cursor is. Because you will not have to click it twice to place on the ground, this macro makes it faster to place on the ground.

8.4. Life Cocoon Macro

  • #showtooltip Life Cocoon
  • /cast [nomod, @target, help, nodead, exists] Life Cocoon

This macro will only cast Life Cocoon Icon Life Cocoon if you are targeting a player that is also alive.

9. Artifact Traits for Mistweaver Monks

With the arrival of Patch 8.0, Artifact weapons have had their power drained in order to combat the spreading corruption from the sword of Sargeras and are now nothing more than a stat stick. This means that all traits are gone, so artifact paths and trait priority list are no longer required.

10. Relics for Mistweaver Monks

Relics are now simply a boost to your Artifact weapon's item level.

11. ChangeLog

  • 22 Jul. 2018: Updated Racial Bonuses section.
  • 18 Jul. 2018: Updated Frost Mage PvP for Patch 8.0.1
    • Updated introduction.
    • Added talent choices description.
    • Updated recommended Tier 1,3,4,5,6 regular talents.
    • Added Gear section.
    • Added War Mode section.
    • Added PvP talent section.
    • Updated Playstyle, Burst Healing, and Way of the Crane sections.
    • Updated Artifact Weapon and Relic sections.
  • 02 May 2018: Added an Arena Compositions section.
  • 15 Mar. 2018: Made several updates to the guide and its structure.
    • Added sections for Macros, Strengths, and Weaknesses.
    • Moved Gear, Artifact Traits, and Relics sections to the end, since they are not that important.
    • Updated Tier 7 regular talent, tier 4 honor talent, and the Healing Techniques section.
  • 21 Jan. 2018: No major changes needed for patch 7.3.5.
  • 30 Nov. 2017: Updated guide for Patch 7.3.2.
    • Updated "About The Author".
    • Updated recommended Tier 7 regular ralent.
    • Updated recommended Tier 6 honor talent.
    • Updated "Sustained Healing" rotation.
    • Updated "Spread Healing" rotation.
  • 30 Aug. 2017: Removed artifact trait description.
  • 21 Jun. 2017: Updated guide for Patch 7.2.5.
    • Changed recommended Tier 6 regular talent.
    • Changed description for Tier 7 recommended talent.
    • Changed recommended Tier 1 honor talents based on what you are playing against.
    • Updated "Burst Healing" rotation.
  • 31 Mar. 2017: Changed recommended Tier 1 regular talent (following a Patch 7.2 removal of the Mistwalk talent) and Tier 5 Honor Talent. Also added Fortifying Brew to defensive list.
  • 21 Feb. 2017: Changed armory link and changed recommended Tier 4 and 6 honor talents.
  • 03 Nov. 2016: Changed tier 2 talent recommendation to Chi Torpedo, and tier 3 Honor talent recommendation to Yu'lon's Gift.
  • 14 Oct. 2016: Changed the recommend tier 1 and 5 regular talents and the recommended tier 2 honor talent, and also added Provoke to the list of defensive techniques.
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