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What makes resto sham warlock comps so good?

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#1 Cockylocky

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Posted 17 January 2013 - 05:17 PM

Ok so ive been lookin for a shaman for my 3sold comp because id always heard locks and shamans have great synergy. The other day my partner says hes found a priest and asked me why shaman and i kinda scratched my head and replied well i dont know...ive just always seen high rated locks with shaman and sometimes druids.

Tldr= y are warlock shaman comps so good
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#2 Votlol

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Posted 15 February 2013 - 03:44 AM

Shamans are pretty much always positioned defensively or in the back in 3's, and so porting becomes a very strong tool (lock ports, shaman lines a second before and avoid's cc / interrupts, then tops the lock off). Hots always work well with locks because they have to occasionally life tap (or blood fear); shamans are one of the strongest single-target healers in the game and locks often are forced to kind of "tank" damage in some situations; hex doesn't DR with fear; and shamans are susceptible to to swaps / being trained and fear is an amazing cc to help with those peels.
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#3 thrudgel

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Posted 15 February 2013 - 02:08 PM

it's because a lot of top teir comps have mages, and shaman+warlock counters them very very badly.
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