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#1 Pawzz

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Posted 01 November 2016 - 02:28 PM

How do you even deal with them, no idea how they work. Apparently havoc doesnt have a cd and you can 1 shot both players at the same time or atleast do unhealable damage?

Do you train them or leave them alone, is there any way to avoid them doing 2x everybody elses damage?


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Posted 01 November 2016 - 03:47 PM

best part is soul the super balanced shadowburn spec: u can train em 24/7 yet they pull off top dps by just spamming instant abilities/ immolate with cremation, conflagrate and shadowburn. skill based, needless to say. i litterally saw looks in 3s who never cast a single spell (except fear if they can be bothered mostly to bait interrupts), get trained 24/7 and yet do crap load of dmg. probably cc them is the only way to deal with them properly
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#3 Nightspyre

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Posted 01 November 2016 - 04:03 PM

It really depends what you play vs them. 

 

Destro rely on getting off several chaos bolts after one-another, which with los-ing, interrupts and stun is quite easy in most cases.

 

What you need to be aware of is Unending resolve which makes them immune to interrupts for 8 sec and nether ward which reflects magic on the warlock for 5 seconds(counterspell, wind shear etc).

 

Angrypie mentioned shadowburn spec, which is more viable in 3s than in 2s, but I still use it vs ferals/rogues who can interrupt CB spec pretty badly with LOS-ing and interrupts. 

 

Destro actually has pretty low survival now compared to earlier. You have to make them pop unending resolve and dark pact, both on a 1min cd, then they have no real heals. 

 

If you see destro use unending resolve offensively to get of a few Chaos Bolts, then you probably can kill him after, granted you can rotate some cc on healer.

 

Havoc isn't really used for hitting both players with chaos bolts anymore, due to "focused chaos", the talent which increases chaos bolt damage. It's more for applying immolate, conflag roots and curse.

 

If you find a warlock with long duration havoc on, then he's probably using the mentioned shadowburn spec, which is pretty easy to outheal for most healers.


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Posted 02 November 2016 - 09:35 PM

It really depends what you play vs them. 

 

Destro rely on getting off several chaos bolts after one-another, which with los-ing, interrupts and stun is quite easy in most cases.

 

What you need to be aware of is Unending resolve which makes them immune to interrupts for 8 sec and nether ward which reflects magic on the warlock for 5 seconds(counterspell, wind shear etc).

 

Angrypie mentioned shadowburn spec, which is more viable in 3s than in 2s, but I still use it vs ferals/rogues who can interrupt CB spec pretty badly with LOS-ing and interrupts. 

 

Destro actually has pretty low survival now compared to earlier. You have to make them pop unending resolve and dark pact, both on a 1min cd, then they have no real heals. 

 

If you see destro use unending resolve offensively to get of a few Chaos Bolts, then you probably can kill him after, granted you can rotate some cc on healer.

 

Havoc isn't really used for hitting both players with chaos bolts anymore, due to "focused chaos", the talent which increases chaos bolt damage. It's more for applying immolate, conflag roots and curse.

 

If you find a warlock with long duration havoc on, then he's probably using the mentioned shadowburn spec, which is pretty easy to outheal for most healers.

k thanks for explaining


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