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Posted 02 September 2009 - 11:29 PM
Posted 03 September 2009 - 12:06 AM
i guess everyone needs their 10 minutes of fame alexandra
Posted 03 September 2009 - 04:26 PM
I almost never have devour on auto. One thing, which took me a while to get used to, is have good control of your felhunter. This will make devouring a lot easier.
For example, against Rogue/Priest you want to be devouring fears, but you also want your pet on the Priest to stop drinking. Learn to watch for the when the priest is running in to do a fear and put your pet on stay when the priest is about half way to you or your partner. This way it will be in range to eat the fear and won't get feared itself.
Once fear has been dispelled you can use devour once or twice before fear is off cool down again. If you leave devour on auto, however, there is a good chance it will be down when you need it.
Curse is great against rogues. Curse + Port (or shadowflame slow + port) let's you kite them for a good amount of time. If you are playing with a class that can peel for you try to run in a way that forces the rogue to run past that other class to get to you (ie: a warrior ready to hamstring the rogue).
You can also use it against ret paladins to try and force freedom (helpful if you are playing with a paladin of your own) so they can't use it to get out of a stun later.
It's not much use against warriors, but it can help you kite DKs.
CoEx is also great to put on an enemy priest who is constantly trying to mana burn your healer. It makes it a lot harder for the priest to stay in LoS of your partner.
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