Range / Healer - Sit on the ranged , kick only to stop cc chains, do damage. Never overlap cds with your monk, if you AMS / lich heal he should just sit his 10 second cc and afk, then next time you're in trouble he should use something... If you / monk is having to use defensive cds while other team don't have cds up / monk is not cced then your monk is prob not healing.
Melee / Healer - Go healer as much as possible, if healer runs away, try and pet stun dps and get him below 50%, should pull healer back into your LOS so you can grip him back / walk to him and continue training. Never chase healers around the pillar unless you know you're gonna get a kill, they'll come to you if you do damage.
Go unholy presence as much as possible. When they don't hit you, you should be in unholy presence. When your healer is not sitting ccs + not dampening yet + enemy no major offensive cd you should be in unholy presence.
Healer killing tips:
Shamans : Insta kill healing stream, save ghoul stun for spiritwalker aura mastery shit, train as much as possible
Druid: Hit dps till asphyxiate is off cd, grip druid / walk to him if hes close into insta asphyx so he has no hots (make sure you have atleast 2-3 necros ready and death coils), apply soulreaper after asphyx if he is below 75% on swap, pet stun out b4 asphyx run out if hes below 35% ish, swap back to dps repeat.
Priest: Play till dampening unless they're bad, you don't have to interrupt mind control if you can win 1 v 1 against their dps (which you usually should be able to).
Monks: Play till dampening unless they're bad, train dps unless monk is bad
Hpal: Purge him lots to get his holy power hot off (not priority over necro), save a stun for until he aura mastery, wait for dampening unless they're bad.
Edited by Casawn, 19 August 2014 - 10:58 AM.