I've wanted Titan's Grip tanking for World of Warcraft since the talent was introduced (back when it was a talent) during Wrath of the Lich King, to the point where I actually did tank with it, back when you could viably tank as a Arms or Fury Warrior as long as you dipped 10 to 20 points in Protection.
If you've only been playing World of Warcraft for the past few years, you might well be pretty used to the way the current talent system works, where you have three talents per tier and can choose one of the three, and gain a new talent tier every so often (in most cases, every 15 levels or so until you hit level 90, and then a last tier at level 100).
In last week's hotfixes, Blizzard nerfed Arms slightly and buffed Fury a reasonable amount.
I admit without shame that there's a certain degree of terror every time I see Enhancement Shaman highlighted for major changes.
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.
The only real update we're getting to our glyph layout is a new minor glyph, and while I really like Glyph of Ascendance it doesn't dramatically alter our major layout. So assuming you have Glyph of Totemic Encirclement, which is absolutely vital, let's take a look at the major Enhancement glyphs you can slot in while you're hacking away.
Talent selection is not crazy difficult at this point in the game's lifespan if you've played Enhancement before... but who doesn't want to think more about their talent selections?