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Restoration Druid Healing Gems, Enchants, and Consumables (Legion 7.3.5)

Last updated on Jan 29, 2018 at 05:56 by Vlad 213 comments

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General Information

On this page, we present you with the best gems and enchants for a Restoration Druid in World of Warcraft Legion 7.3.5. We also list the best consumables (food, flasks, and potions) and profession-specific perks.

The other pages of our Restoration Druid guide can be accessed from the table of contents on the right.

About Our Reviewer

This guide has been reviewed and approved by Torty, a theorycrafter in the Dreamgrove Discord server, author of this Restoration Druid spreadsheet, and currently raiding in Pure.

1. Gems

You should use Masterful Argulite Icon Masterful Argulite (or the cheaper Masterful Shadowruby Icon Masterful Shadowruby) in all sockets.

2. Enchants

Slot Enchantment
Neck
Back
Rings

3. Consumables

Flask of the Whispered Pact Icon Flask of the Whispered Pact should be used for raids along with Potion of Deadly Grace Icon Potion of Deadly Grace (if not using Feral Affinity Icon Feral Affinity), Potion of the Old War Icon Potion of the Old War (if using Feral Affinity), or Potion of Prolonged Power Icon Potion of Prolonged Power, and Leytorrent Potion Icon Leytorrent Potion as your potions of choice. The DPS potions can optionally be used as a pre-pot at the beginning of the fight where healing is not very intense, while your Leytorrent Potion is a one time usage potion per fight where you can restore Mana at the cost of not being able to cast or move while the effect lasts.

You should eat Lavish Suramar Feast Icon Lavish Suramar Feast for the buff to your Intellect (or the cheaper Hearty Feast Icon Hearty Feast if you cannot afford the +500 food). Alternatively, you can eat Nightborne Delicacy Platter Icon Nightborne Delicacy Platter (or the cheaper Barracuda Mrglgagh Icon Barracuda Mrglgagh) to buff your Mastery.

Astral Healing Potion Icon Astral Healing Potion can be used in place of Healthstones. Ancient Mana Potion Icon Ancient Mana Potion can also be used once per fight as an instant Mana restore.

If you can afford it, you should also use augment runes (which work in both raids and Mythic+ dungeons). Defiled Augment Rune Icon Defiled Augment Rune is the cheap rune with a one-time use. Lightforged Augment Rune Icon Lightforged Augment Rune costs 40,000 Gold and requires exalted reputation with the Army of the Light faction.

4. ChangeLog

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  • 29 Jan. 2018: Updated recommendations to account for Mastery being the recommended stat.
  • 03 Dec. 2017: Replaced Ancient Healing Potion with Astral Healing Potion.
  • 27 Nov. 2017: Updated the recommendations to account for the secondary stat recommendation changes, and also added Potion of Prolonged Power as a suggestion.
  • 28 Aug. 2017: Added Lightforged Augment Rune and new 7.3 epic gems.
  • 12 Jun. 2017: Changed the recommendations to Mastery (and the neck enchant to Mark of the Trained Soldier), as well as adding Potion of the Old War.
  • 28 Mar. 2017: Changed food recommendation to Lavish Suramar Feast.
  • 14 Jan. 2017: Changed neck enchant to Mark of the Ancient Priestess (it was stealth-buffed in Patch 7.1.5).
  • 09 Jan. 2017: Checked and confirmed for 7.1.5.
  • 06 Sep. 2016: Changed the neck enchant to Mark of the Trained Soldier, since Mark of the Claw no longer procs from heals.
  • 29 Aug. 2016: Updated for Legion's launch.
  • 18 Jul. 2016: Updated for the Legion pre-patch.
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