Splay vs. RLS
Posted 13 November 2011 - 07:46 AM
After the bombs are over you can push up and make swaps on shaman when you have a priest silence and a horror/coil. They'll fall in the long run due to better multi-dot pressure. Only fears you should be doing are AoE fears unless you desperately need to peel. Otherwise you're generally just wasting DRs.
Posted 13 November 2011 - 09:08 AM
You will have hard time, if the shaman is any good @ shocking and defensive positioning. When we lose to splay its more likely our fuckup than anything else.
Try going for the lock - put silence > horror > scream or howl on the shaman when tremor is down to force trinket and try to getting a kill on shaman when you can have dots on everyone.
Watch out with trinkets, think twice before you trinket something, because soulswap dance with bomb can do bad things.
Posted 13 November 2011 - 09:31 AM
just kill anything, really. there comes a time in the game where if you live through the dance/bomb you can literally just silence/cs/feldomcs/coil/horror/shock/fear and make it so that the shaman CAN'T cast and needs three critical GHWs to catch up in any way :
Posted 13 November 2011 - 09:44 AM
Keep dots on all (Ofc)
If Rogue has no Cloak - Go Rogue
if in range - go Shaman
otherwise banish pet and - go warlock!!
spell lock Wlock for DMG peels.
if they switch to ur shaman try to peel with DMG rather then try to "slow" them
and what i usually do is i always coil the Rogue when he dances to "f him up "
Posted 13 November 2011 - 02:05 PM
:priest: Lowdeeps on Magtheridon
:priest: Lowdeepz on Arthas
:warlock: Lowdeepz on Emerald Dream
Posted 13 November 2011 - 02:10 PM
RLS definitely has the advantage on every map minus RoV and maybe BE. RoV the shaman/lock cant pillar hump all day and the issue can be forced on them pretty easily.
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