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Leveling A Shaman – Here’s What You Need To Know

By Mark Mananite

Interested in leveling a Shaman? The Shaman is a lot of fun to play despite the fact that many people seem to think they are one of the weakest classes in PVP that continuously gets “nerfed”.

If you’re interested in creating a Shaman, it’s a good idea to make sure you know what you’re in for though, that’s why I wrote up some tips here to help you out with the early levels:

When you begin leveling a Shaman, you’re going to have a healing spell called Healing Wave as well as a missile attack, Lightning Bolt. As soon as you engage an enemy, start off with the Lightning Bolt and if he gets too close, finish him off with a melee attack.

Upon reaching level 4, you will gain access to Earth Shock and Rockbiter Weapon. Make sure that Rockbiter Weapon is always on and enchanting your weapon to give you some additional damage. Also, upon opening with Lightning Bolt, be sure to throw in a few Earth Shocks.

When you hit level 6 you will acquire Earthbind Totem and Stoneskin Totem. Stoneskin Totem when cast will boost your defensive rating and Earthbind Totem will slow down enemies around you. Use the Earthbind totem to stop enemies from running away from you.

Now when you’re fighting, you can only have one totem active at a time and for the majority of the time you’ll want it to be the Stoneskin Totem.

If you’re ever in a situation where you’re fighting enemies that tend to run away a lot though, you’ll want to use the Earthbind Totem to prevent chasing after them.

Once you get up to level 9 or 10, you should be pretty close to your race’s city and should venture there to upgrade all of your equipment.

If you’re looking for any additional info on leveling a Shaman and help with getting to level 80, you might want to look into a more detailed guide.

To level from 1-80 in 7 in-game days, be sure to checkout Leveling A Shaman or Shaman Leveling.

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