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In Topic: How do you deal with Mistweaver Monks?

15 April 2014 - 01:32 AM

Mistweavers really don't die if they aren't stunned or silenced. Maybe try subtlety spec, I don't know if assassination has enough burst to kill a mistweaver monk inside of a stun. The trick is to swap on them often enough to force cooldowns (life cocoon, nimble brew, trinket), once you get a monk inside of a full kidney and they have no cooldowns they should just flop.

1. Does it do any harm to the monk when I kick Soothing Mists? Monks usually don't "cast" anything else but this and their damage/knockback channel.

If you can successfully kick the monk you can momentarily stop healing, but most monks cast healing orbs if you're in kick range.

2. Is it better to spread the damage or to focus one target in arenas to oom the monk?

I have yet to see a mistweaver oom in arena, even in the long 20 minute games with fully stacked dampening. I think they have the best mana regen out of every healer

In Topic: WLD - proper peeling for my warlock

12 April 2014 - 05:43 PM

"The biggest problem we've faced in this regard is actually TSG. My lock's spec is Mortal Coil/SoulLink/Unbound Will/GoSac.."

Tell your warlock to play with soul link and grimoire of supremacy, start out with an observer pet (improved felhunter) for the counterspell, and if he finds his pet dying a lot to melee cleave damage he can summon an improved voidwalker pet. The voidwalker takes way less damage than an observer and has the ability to disarm on a one minute cooldown. Your team may have a more difficult time landing a kill without counterspell, but your warlock should be able to survive a lot longer with soul link and a pet out. Also, he should probably be playing with blood horror against melee cleaves, he just has to be careful to not get it reflected by warriors.

In Topic: WLD vs KFC (lock pov)

23 January 2014 - 10:40 PM

1. Your warrior won't be able to eat traps if the other teams cross cc's him properly

2. If you're unable to keep your pet alive, try using the improved voidwalker. It does decent damage, has a disarm, and has great survivability

3. WLD would probably be better as affliction. I would suggest gemming full haste if you plan on mainly playing affliction, though mastery gems work fine if you plan on playing other locks specs too

4. Standing near your druid to eat traps is usually a good idea, but against kfc it allows your druid to be shockwaved, intimidating shouted or interrupted easier by the warrior. Try having your druid stand on your port so you can port to him and eat traps

In Topic: Haste vs Mastery for affliction

23 January 2014 - 07:43 PM

I think if anything the nerf to cast speed reduction abilities makes haste even more effective

In Topic: Blood Horror + Spell Reflect (annoying that it actually counters it)

19 October 2013 - 06:05 PM

I agree having blood horror reflected is extremely annoying but you can mostly avoid it by just timing it around his reflects. Try not to "pre buff" blood horror, use it after the warrior has connected so he won't know when to reflect