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In Topic: Resto vs Physical train advice.

14 March 2015 - 06:22 PM

well the only individual stuff that comes to mind outside of getting peels at the proper times is, dont waste your barkskin, try to pre-bearform stuns and swaps. Dont waste your blink if uponents have their gap closers of CD (DG for example). Try to blink around pillars so its harder to connect. Ask your mates for help and cds as "RoS" etc so you dont overlap stuff. Try to predict swaps to you and have a plan on what to do before they swap to you, if your gonna be stationary, and your playing with a comp who moves a lot, like you wrote in the examples. Put down a shroom underneath you for that little bit of extra healing on the swap. You need to shut down rogue on red buffs so he dosnt killing spree you, because its almost a certain death sadly. But as i said in my  previous post, i think healer survivability is more of a team kordination thing rather than individual skill. If your getting proper peels at the right times, you can either freecast heals or run away and freecast heals behind a pillar.

In Topic: Resto vs Physical train advice.

14 March 2015 - 04:01 PM

What setup are you playing? Its more often a team thing then a solo druid team, no healer is meant to survival 2x melee training them without any help and cordination within the team.

In Topic: Disc is fixed!

05 March 2015 - 01:59 PM

View PostNicholaes92, on 05 March 2015 - 01:56 PM, said:

priest comps also counters jungle which makes them even better.

Im not saying your wrong, but i want you to elaborate, how do priest comps couter jungle cleave? im not following?

In Topic: Hunter+Rdruid vs Most heal/dps comps

23 February 2015 - 08:46 PM

View PostSigurdjr, on 23 February 2015 - 07:47 PM, said:

Yes, I am very well aware of that hunter+rdruid is pretty much the FOTM of 2v2.

I cant seem to be able to kill anything. Its a frustrating feeling when you are being able to lock down healers for 20+ sec with stuns, pushbacks, cyclones, traps, silence etc, and still not being able to land a kill on mostly any dps.
Same goes with if I would go hunting healers, Im only able to take down less-decent shamans.

At the same time, if someone would control my druid for half the time that we do, I would be dead in seconds.

Any advice?

(I do assume that scorpion is used against all healer+dps comps)

You win in dampening regardless, your playing the best 2v2 comp in the game, you should go 600-0

In Topic: resto druid op and easy

19 February 2015 - 02:53 AM

To "some" of the people commenting this thread:
I think people should stop throwing comments about the players skill level. If you stop and think before you post, you´d realize that the player is actually impressed with his performance and results playing a low-geared restoration druid. The rating he achieved is most likely satisfying for him when he compares it to his earlier performance on other classes, and thus drawing the conclusion that restoration druids are in fact overpowered, something that is already proven by both statistics of representation, and by described gaming experiences from most experienced and high-end arena players, if not all. However there is a possibility that the player is trolling, my conclusion is that he is not.

To the author: Ive seen worse cases, i even managed to achieve a higher MMR than your current rating on my restoration druid playing jungle cleave (Feral Druid, Survival Hunter, Restoration druid) with both me and the hunter playing with similar gear to yours. I guess this game being in a "total" shitstate will help me finish my last year at university, because i´m not to fond of arena for the time being.