Few more Rdruid questions, help the rookie!
Posted 10 June 2014 - 07:42 AM
All questions are for both 2vs2 and 3vs3
1. Im scared of Rogues. How do i properly prepare for rogue openers especially when they got a Boomer/Mage coming from stealth too. Wich targets hot up/Positioning and what are my best first moves after the opening to get the upper hand.
2. Aggressive or Passive. As a rdruid is it better being aggressive with cyclones/damage or be the chicken behind the pillar hotting sht up and delay it, max go for a few cycs?
3. Tier 1 partners for 2vs2 (easy climb) who are they? Tier 1 teamcomps for 3vs3 who am i searching for 3s?
4. Incarnation bad? i feel like especially in 3vs3 i need the talent to keep spread-damages team mates alive. Im probably doing something wrong with my healing but i heard SOF is best for any comp.
5. Thank you for answers.
EDIT: Bonus 6. Is Might Of Ursoc a good move without hotw? Is it a panic button or is peeling more important
EDIT: Bonus 7. Time to nuke HOTW on. Do i go Wrathspam or Mangle/rake spam with a finish maim or ?
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Posted 10 June 2014 - 08:39 AM
2. It depends on the situation, how much pressure your team has and so on. In general though, stay a bit back and clone the dps your team is not on and go for agressive clones on their healer when the chances of you being CCed in the process is low (enemy team being unable to land CC on you for whatever reason). As a rule of thumb, don't try and start your CC chain on the enemy healer with a clone, it is a lot safer to use clone as a followup CC.
3. I'm not playing 2s so I am not sure, but I'd imagine that warrr, monk or mage is your best bet? As for 3s, LSD, Godcomp (mage/sp), Thundercleave (ele/warr) and RMD are your best bets.
4. SotF is miles ahead of Incarnation. SotF means that you have a pretty much guaranteed clone every 10 seconds is just so much better than a 3 min cd. It can be used to relieve pressure by cloning a dps (see question 1 about mage/rogue openers), landing a clone on an enemy healer even though he just pops his head out for a sec, or even to apply a strong hot/fast regrowth if your team is in trouble.
I'm definately not the best resto druid around, but I hope I could help you anyways!
Edited by ottishen, 10 June 2014 - 08:42 AM.
Posted 11 June 2014 - 05:42 PM
Also I use my NS to clone a dps in the start if they rely on openers quite often.
I personally prefer pre-hotting the target I belive they will go for and rarely stealth.
About 2v2, it realyl depends what your rating/experience is.
I think that if you and your partner are ~2k or lower, get a warrior/dk/monk; if you are higher, mage is probably the best.
OR you could spec balance and find yourself an affliction lock! the comp is really strong and fun
Posted 11 June 2014 - 08:02 PM
7) Situational i would say. Wrath spam with moonfire is usually safest because it can be done at range with less risk of bad positioning. If you are using mangle/rake, I would use your 5pt combos on fero bite as opposed to maim unless you need the stun. From a pure dmg standpoint, I think the best dmg is to throw on a SOTF'd moonfire and then catform. Lots of things change this - if your target uses AMS/diving prot or other magic-based dmg reduction, obviously catform is better. Physical reductions or cd's that prevent melee like DBTS, evasion, monk sparring, etc you'd want to use wrath/mf.
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