Restoration Shaman's Mana Tide Totem No Longer Stacks Multiplicatively in Shadowlands
Previously, Restoration Shaman's Mana Tide Totem would stack multiplicatively when dropped with others, making the value of the Totem increase with more dropped Mana Tides. However, this Shadowlands Beta build has changed the interaction and Mana Tide Totems now stack additively, making the Totem the same value no matter how many Restoration Shamans were in the raid.
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Mana Tide Totem Changes
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Previous Mana Regen
New Mana Regen
Writer commented on the change and provided the video below.
Mana Tide Totem used to stack multiplicatively, which means that if one totem doubles your mana regeneration, using two of them at the same time doubles that again. This enabled the possibility of using 4 Shamans to fully top everyone’s mana pool every 3 minutes (4 Mana Tide Totems provide you with 51200 mana on a 50000 mana pool at level 60) – which is hilariously broken of course.
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would have been really hard to balance with it stacking multiplicatively, as the value of Mana Tide could either be almost worthless with only 1 dropped, or giving too much mana with multiple dropped. This will likely impact Mythic Raid the most, as bringing multiple Restoration Shamans would prevent any mana problems throughout the encounter in the past. Now with this change, healers will have to watch their mana and while bringing multiple Restoration Shaman does increase your mana returns, it doesn't scale out of control.
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