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Zeralis

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In Topic: Affliction Warlock Stat Prio? Haste VS Mastery VS Versa

20 December 2014 - 08:50 PM

View PostHidden, on 20 December 2014 - 08:15 PM, said:

"Rumor" - you realize testing that "rumor" takes literally 20 seconds?

As for the topic: Just avoid multistrike and crit like the plague, the other stats are really good.

Bad choice of words of me, what I should have said is will all the partial ticks make up for the loss in damage/control if you choose to go for haste > mastery. And not whether there are partial ticks or not.

In Topic: Affliction Warlock Stat Prio? Haste VS Mastery VS Versa

20 December 2014 - 07:20 PM

Interesting, we will see whether the partial ticks rumor is true, and fight out which is stronger based on that

In Topic: Warrior, Mage or Warlock?

24 April 2014 - 05:11 PM

View PostFrezza, on 24 April 2014 - 04:45 PM, said:

Coming back to WoW for 3-4 months. Wanting to do some casual 2v2, 3v3 arenas and some RBGs. Few quick questions.

1) How long will it take for me to gear up if I boost a 90 in one of the above classes? Have heard a day /played but also 2 months so I'm a little confused.
2) What's the best class for what I'm looking for?
3) Any other tips?

Cheers!

I would go mage in your situation. All based on what you wanna do really :P

In Topic: Pet in 3v3

30 January 2014 - 01:22 PM

View PostKaelenaXOXO, on 28 January 2014 - 01:28 PM, said:

Always with observer as stated above, though from personal preference if I'm against a shadowcleave or any cleave team I know is going to kill my pet frequently, I'll sac it - but that's just how I prefer to do it.

Going to slightly deviate this, does anyone use Suprem + Imp's mass dispel on occasion? I know it's hp is terrible, but it's damage is double that of the Observer and the mass dispell on 3 friendlies is incredible assuming it isn't killed before use + a little hot now and again is never a bad thing. Contemplating trying a few games where I'll SB summon it to free my healer from CC, seems extremely powerful if utilized well


If you really choose to not play a pet vs a cleave and you feel like you need a dispell, instead of using supremacy talent, use the sacrifice and sacrifice a normal imp. This will give you command demon.

A macro like this will dispell your healer for 1 ability, so use it smart:

/cast [target=yourhealernamehere] command demon

It also has a 10 second cooldown, most of the time vs cleavs id still choose to go for the 30% midigation that glyph of eternal resolve + soul link. If they kill your obsever that you will get more preassure from, go behind a pillar and summon a void lord. This thing is tanky, and provides the ability to disarm the cleavers. (might have to soulburn this)

In Topic: Tips for pet management?

30 January 2014 - 01:09 PM

View PostLichie567, on 12 January 2014 - 12:06 PM, said:

As affliction, what should I do with my pet most of the time? Especially in comps with melee trains, it tends to die to AoE (especially bladestorm). I've tried just having it sit on the healer with focus petattack macroes but its pretty easy for them to cc it themselves to get a few casts off.

Either you can play with Observer/Voidlord(I only use this if they kill the observer first) and or sacrifice if you know that their comp is going to kill your pet over and over.

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