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2s Mage Priest help

2s mage priest help strategy 2v2 cc

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#1 Quadp

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Posted 25 October 2016 - 01:39 PM

So im trying to find the "script" as a mage for Mage priest. Tell me if im wrong or if i should add/change something


CS/fear -> poly 3x

(burst in this)


when poly is gone i get baby spikes and turtle and keep 3x poly going when DR is off so i can get some small bursts.


When CS and/or fear is up we do the whole burst again as stated above. We do this over and over untill someone dies?

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#2 EverRog

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Posted 25 October 2016 - 10:32 PM

You actually have to CC the healer with CS, fears, mind control and polys. Its better go for fear after polys because its so hard to land a fear if the healer moves. When you can not put more cc on him, your priest can use Mind Control in your main target so the healer can not heal him and you win some time until the poly DR gone.


Then repeat, thats it, its the same as a Rdruid cloning and switching the clones but using mind control

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#3 xDamnationx

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Posted 28 October 2016 - 12:20 PM

Make sure you position well where Mind Control and pulling him out of LOS of his healer is going to benefit you, of course... Standing in between the DPS and healer 

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Posted 02 November 2016 - 03:31 PM

Something that good Mages do is hitting the other target(often healer) when your primary target(usually dps) is running. If you make a swap together with your priest on their healer out of a sheep, some times he/she straight up dies or at least needs to blow a cool down.

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Posted 03 November 2016 - 11:25 AM

Agreeging with the above.


I found two key factors in being/becoming a good/effective mage:


Keep casting, and be a "tryhard at it" and, have extreme situational awareness and don't be afraid to constantly change (poly)targets.


This could mean what the above comment suggests and also don't be afraid to poly someone on 20% if you know you can't finish them (because for exaple the cc expired) or if you can stop a high-cd burst with it, even by screwing up your cc chain and/or poly dr.


Eventually, it all comes down to keep a momentum.

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#6 Beariorn

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Posted 06 November 2016 - 09:17 PM

Never stop frostbolting ever. if they lock you on it. press ebonbolt. rinse and repeat.

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