the reasoning is that crit and multistrike are garbage in pvp this expansion (you cant find it anywhere ingame but both are nerfed by 50% in pvp) so everyone avoids them at all costs.
plus, versatility is pretty good for pvp so specs that have near-useless set bonuses just ignore them altogether in favor of getting the gear with the best stats regardless (which is the case of the 4pc destro bonus if you're using charred remains along with it).
it was way longer than that for cdews cds wasnt it? maybe my memory is wrong, was half asleep watching it on my phone
im saying that because i checked the VODs a few hours ago.
i thought the same as you while i was watching it, but after rewatching the VODs it became really suspicious. i mean, he didnt dc from a buggy fear path, knockback or blink, he dced during an iceblock... now combine that with jah's notorious cocky attitude and that they failed to score a kill on what might've been their last exchange in their last match... he gets kicked on poly right before blocking. tries to RoF but blocks midcast. also, funnily enough he "comes back" before being killed, and normal players when they reconnect the first thing they usually do is move, but he instantly started casting spells before even moving.
i'm pretty sure TS would have won next go that's why method didn't wait for long because they knew it too, cdew didn't have anything for 1-2 minutes, none of them had trinkets and gorecki still had every cd including heart of the wild to keep jah alive
not sure what you mean. SLT and ascendance was back in like 30 secs for the next shadow dance along with snutz's trinket and dark regen, while jah had no blocks and pika had no cloak, evasion or smokebomb.
not saying method would've won right there, but the momentum was definitely theirs as soon as jah left that block.