Feral Druid Leveling Spec (MoP 5.3)
This is the most optimal Feral Leveling Spec for 5.3. If you have any questions or suggestions on the build, please let me know.
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Level 15 – Feline Swiftness
Although Displacer Beast is a really nice talent for us to have, Feline Swiftness will be more beneficial in the long run. For most of the beta I was using Beast, but when I switched to Swiftness I saw a huge difference in questing.
Level 30 – Nature’s Swiftness
This is prefect for healing on the go. Most of the time you won’t even need to use it while it’s off cooldown. Every three or four mobs it’s back up and ready to heal you 2 full.
Level 45 – Mass Entanglement
This is for those OH **** moments. We all have times where we aggro way to many mobs, so if you do, pop this then either deaggro them or toss up some heals to stay alive.
Level 60 – Incarnation
Once you hit the 60 mark this will be a big dps and speed boost. Not having to run around stealth a lot of the time really helps for leveling.
Level 75 – Mighty Bash
Now that you are in some of the tougher Wotlk and Cata zones, it’s important to have a good stun. The 50 second cooldown really isn’t that long for leveling. Most of the time you will just use it on elites anyways.
Level 90 – Heart of the Wild
I know it’s a very long cooldown, but it’s still very nice for questing once you hit 90. Most of the time I was using it for bear form, so I could tank a big group of mobs to speed up my questing.
If you’re looking for a advance guide to playing your Druid in Mists, then check out the one I use called Zygors. It will show you what Macros to use, how to set-up your talents, where to find your best in slot gear, and even a complete 1-90 leveling guide.