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.
I considered going over the latest set of alpha changes for Enhancement for this week's column, but I ultimately decided against 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.
I admit without shame that there's a certain degree of terror every time I see Enhancement Shaman highlighted for major changes.
There is honestly no substitute for actually getting a class in your hands and playing with it.
One of the responses that I saw from the last column was a question about what in the world Enhancement Shaman is going to look like post-Legion.
If you log in to play your Enhancement Shaman today, you have dead abilities on your bar.
I feel it's kind of important at this point to note that we don't actually know what's going to happen in the wake of Shamans' ability previews.