Looking totally cool, I'd say this sword would be nice for a Rogue main-hand. But don't quote me on that; my own Rogue is terribly geared.
Hello, Paladin healers! These ones are for you. And like apparently everything else in SWP, they have haste on them.
A healing ring -- but with Resilience on it? Intriguing. I guess they're going for cross-over PvP utility here. And based on the stats on it, I'd say this is aimed towards a Paladin too, like the plate gloves. That makes sense given that M'uru was the source of power for the Blood Elf Paladins.
More resilience! This time on...a melee DPS ring? I guess it's just a resilience party in M'uru's room.
And the DPS casters get to share in the resilience fun! I still don't quite understand what they were going for with this series of rings, but it's some nice gear nonetheless.
I'm not sure I've ever seen that much armor on a ring before. Pretty clear who this one is for; it hits pretty much all the Warrior tanking stats.
Haven't we already had a DPS caster ring? Ah, but it didn't have haste! You need to have haste to be a proper SWP item, so they had to put this one in. Put it on and become omnipotent, instantly.
The last four M'uru items are all trinkets. This one has a very interesting effect, which Alex has already talked about a bit. It looks pretty good as long as you're not in a fight where you have to move around very much.
Steely Naaru Sliver is the new Lifegiving Gem.
Do want. I wonder what the proc rate is; this could be pretty godly if it procs often. I like the novel effect.
So basically, it's a trinket version of Evocation, with a big passive +healing bonus. The total mana gain is 1970, which is around the minimum gain from a Super Mana Potion. If you can spare eight seconds at a time to regen mana, this is a good deal; and if you can't, the +healing will serve you just fine. I like it. For all the latest on Sunwell Plateau, and beyond into Northrend, be sure to keep it locked on WoW Insider.