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Resto Shaman Enchanting

Enchanting is a profession that uses materials to create an “enchant” which is used on a piece of gear or item to enhance its stats or attributes. Enchants can also provide players with buffs and bonuses. On this page we’ll give you a short list of what we recommend for enchanting your items for the greatest benefit to you and a backup list should you need them (i.e. a cheaper option).

To obtain these enchants you have two options. Make Enchanting one of your Primary Professions so you can use materials to create enchants for yourself and you could even sell them to other players. Or receive them from another player off the Auction House(AH) or directly through trading. To view more about the enchanting profession, head over to the Resto Shaman Professions page.

To purchase them off the AH, simply go to an auction house in a Main City (you can ask a city guard where it is), search for the enchant by name and purchase it. It will then arrive in your mailbox and you can click on it to receive it in your bag. Once in your bag, you simply open your character screen and bag screen, right-click on the enchant in your bags and left click on the item to enchant.

Here are the top enchants we recommend for a Resto Shaman going for a Mastery heavy build, you’ll notice 2 weapon enchants – take the first if you’re after more mana regen:

Here are your options for a Crit heavy build, you’ll notice 2 weapon enchants – take the first if you’re after more mana regen:

For those still level 90 looking for the best enchants, here’s what we recommend.

These are all recommendations only, you’re free to choose other options if you wish. Basically with these you can’t go wrong. It’s worth putting those top enchants on higher level gear, and using the cheaper options on low level gear, as this will get replaced earlier than high level gear.

Now you’ve enchanted your gear, it’s time to Gem it! Head to the Resto Shaman Gemming page for the best gemming advice.

Originally published on December 4th, 2012 by on HealingWoW.com, Last modified: .

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