We've made it to the home stretch before the release of the next expansion for World of Warcraft, Legion.
Whenever an expansion is in the works, things get paired down, shuffled, changed, and of course moved around.
Now that Legion has moved out of alpha and into the beta stages of development, more aspects of Restoration Shaman are being solidified as the ever-looming release date comes closer.
It strikes me as a little bit funny that for all of the time in which I've been talking about Enhancement in Legion, I haven't really analyzed the Doomhammer traits in any particular depth.
I've said here -- multiple times, even -- that I'm pretty happy with the state of Enhancement Shaman in Legion.
Well, it's happened now -- Legion has been dated and we know exactly when we're going to be getting our Burning Legion invasion.
OK, I'm sorry about that title, I just couldn't help myself.
One of the big things that has long been a thorn in the side of healers since World of Warcraft first went live is leveling.
Deleting a character is never fun, not even when it's a test realm character and it's the only way to keep doing things like visiting class order halls.
The Legion alpha is still moving forward and we are inching ever so much closer to the beta phase and then release.
I considered going over the latest set of alpha changes for Enhancement for this week's column, but I ultimately decided against it.
Last time we spoke, we were talking about the February updates to the Legion alpha and all of the changes it brought with it.
The Legion alpha is rolling along, and the good news is that the changes to Enhancement Shaman seem to be just a wee bit less severe than they were the last time around.
Two weeks have passed since we last spoke, and things haven't been quiet on the Shaman front since then.
I admit without shame that there's a certain degree of terror every time I see Enhancement Shaman highlighted for major changes.
Last time we talked, I gushed about our new class order hall.