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#1 Avexon

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Posted 10 May 2012 - 10:13 PM

Hey, I recently came back to this game after about a year break, pretty rusty, anyway I'm an Affliction Warlock and I find myself haveing trouble kiteing rogues, feral druids, and dk's, I can kite just fine untill I get snared, then I have no clue what I'm soposed to do.

The way I kite atm :
1. Curse of Exhaustion (if not stealthie)
2. Try to hit target with a shadowflame [(glyphed for snare) If not stealthie]
3. Howl of Terror when target gets in melee range(follow up with fear in case of trink)
4. If hp > 50% try to hard cast fear after target successfully fake casted. - If hp  <50% Death Coil (follow up with fear in case of trink)
5. Demonic Circle : Teleport
6. Hope to god howl is back up so I can repeat (usualy not)

Some fights this works perfectly, but others I feel that Im blowing through this list too fast and before I know it, im out of ways to kite half dead, and my target is in my face unleashing hell upon it with nothing stoping him/her.

Any advice is greatly apreciated!

#2 Thaya

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Posted 10 May 2012 - 10:53 PM

You're not a mage, just tank shit like a boss and use port more. Don't save it for a last resort - use it to make yourself a bad target / force them into a bad position / not lose all of your pressure / etc. It's not a pvp trinket, it's a 25sec cd.

Just don't focus on trying to kite too much, focus on doing your thing while tanking the melee instead. You have all the tools for that.
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#3 Avexon

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Posted 12 May 2012 - 01:05 AM

So take it like a man, but kite if I get the chance? Or just dont bother trying to kite and focus on my job?Even then, what should I do when a DK is in my face with AMS and has DG up?





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