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druid iconRestoration Druid

WoW Class Guide • WoW Shadowlands Patch 9.2.5 • Noxxic Legacy

Healer Rotation & Cooldowns

During combat you are constantly making decisions for what to cast next. Knowing what to do and when is critical for being effecting at healing. This rotation guide should help give a basic understanding of what to do, what's most important, and how to prioritize Restoration Druid abilities and cooldowns.

Healing Priority List / Rotation

  1. Lifebloom (Keep on Tank or player taking heavy damage)
  2. Efflorescence (Keep under group of damaged players [typically melee players])
  3. Wild Growth (After/during AoE damage)
  4. Swiftmend (Use on severely injured players)
  5. Cenarion Ward (Use on severely injured players)
  6. Regrowth (With Omen of Clarity procs on severely injured players)
  7. Rejuvenation (On damaged [or soon-to-be damaged] players)
  8. Tranquility or Incarnation Tree of Life (When highly damaged raid/group)
  9. Flourish (When needing your HoTs boosted. See Note 1)

When not needing to heal, you can unleash your anger on the enemies damaging your dear friends by blasting them with Moonfire, Sunfire and/or Solar Wrath. Rawr.

Note 1: Casting Flourish after Tranquility is ideal as it'll also extend the HoT from Tranquility.

Important Cooldowns

  • Ironbark Used as major defensive cooldown on targets receiving intense damage.
  • Rebirth Bring back the dead!
  • Tranquility Major group heal. Use at the discretion of your raid/party leader.
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