There is much more to the Monk class than meets the eyes. In order to play the class successfully, calls for a multitude of combined strategies and solid know-how in terms of talent builds, battle tactics, skill rotations and much more. Find out how to mold a killing machine of a Monk here.
Are you thinking of playing as a monk in World of Warcraft, but don’t know which talents to go for? Well, here is a quick guide on Monk’s specializations abilities! As you may know, the Monk class is a new hybrid class, meaning players can try all three roles: a healer, a tank, or damage dealer. By reading this guide, you will have a general idea of Monk Class.
Mistweaver, the healers of the party who specializes in healing and aiding other players, are one of the three available talents of Monks. Unlike priests and shamans who cast spells to heal one target or its surrounding allies, mistweavers specializes in casting spells that bounces between players or wrap up with healing mists. Furthermore, mistweavers are capable of melee healing. As a tip, use Jab to generate Chi, maintain the Blackout Kick buff, then use Tiger Palm to stack Vital Mist. When you filled up all the stack, use Surging Mist or Renewing Mist! Aim higher to get the mastery wow monk skills: Gift of the Serpent.
Brewmaster, a drunken martial art master, who plays a role as a tank. As the name speaks of itself, brewmasters throw Drunken Haze to its enemies, causing them drunk and 3 % chance to hit themselves. Unlike other tanks who takes in damage, they are based on evading. They have several avoidance abilities such as Guard, Shuffle, and Recoil that would help bypass damages or redirect damage to your mates to yourself. Once you receive the monk Mastery: Elusive Brawler, although you would not able to reduce the damage, but you will be able to delay the incoming damage to get prepared. Perhaps, it is time to have a sip of Purifying Brew, or throw another keg of Drunken Haze at the enemy.
Windmaster is a close-melee damage dealer, who uses martial arts techniques with their fists and feet. A windmaster can be flying up with his legs up high (Rising Sun Kick), do some rapid hand-strikes to stun the enemy (Fists of Fury), and many other cool moves. One of the most useful techniques of the windmaster is Afterlife. It will grant 50% chance of forming Chi Sphere or Healing Sphere. Out of the three monk talents, this is most likely the best talent for solo levelling.
Monk build does not only end in the Mist of Pandaria. Blizzard goes further than this with the introduction of the Heroes of the Storm, the eyecatched MOBA expected to be released in the middle of 2015. Chen and Li Li, two panda heroes from the World of Warcraft are included in the game with various available build and talents which could been seen all from http://www.heroesofthestormheroguide.com
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