Water Walking

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Water Walking
Spell frost windwalkon.png
Usable by
Class
Properties
Type

Utility

School
Cooldown

None/Global Cooldown

Other information
Level learned

24

Related buff
Spell frost windwalkon.png
  • Water Walking
  • Allows walking over water.
  • Duration: 10 min
"Neat trick."
—Bulkas Wildhorn
[1]

Water Walking is a level 24 shaman utility spell that gives a buff to friendly targets which allows them to walk on water. A player under the effects of Water Walking can still dive under water if they choose, and doing so will not cancel the buff.

Notes

Any damage taken will cancel the effect. Jumping into water from high enough that you would take fall damage if you were on land while Water Walking is activated causes you to take damage. This damage can kill you, as the water surface is considered to be ground while Water Walking is active. In order to avoid the damage you can aim your mouse down towards the water and hold down the right mouse button, and you will fall into the water.

Tips and tactics

  • Useful for escape. Where others must swim slowly, a shaman can run.
  • Malicious players can also use this ability to injure or kill players of their own faction by casting it on them as they leap off of a cliff into the water below.
  • You can use it to fish on water, allowing a safer place to stand.
  • You may also eat and drink without having to swim ashore.

Patch changes

  • MoP Patch 5.0.4 (2012-08-28): No longer requires  [Fish Oil].
  • WotLK Patch 3.0.3 (2008-11-04): Water Walking no longer breaks when the target mounts. It is now possible to ride on water.
  • WotLK Patch 3.0.2 (2008-10-14): Water Walking no longer breaks when the target shapeshifts. In addition, Water Walking is no longer considered a Magic buff, and thus can no longer be dispelled.
  • WoW Icon 16x16.png Patch 1.1.0 (2004-11-07): Now cancelled if any damage is taken, requires reagent.
  • Patch 0.11 (2004-09-29): No longer works on lava or slime.

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