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Member Since 22 Jan 2009
Offline Last Active Dec 08 2013 11:19 PM

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In Topic: Do you enjoy your dk?

02 November 2013 - 01:11 PM

I enjoy tanking as blood in PvE

In Topic: Fixing deathknights without breaking them

18 August 2013 - 06:55 PM

I don't think DKs need a root break at all. Wear a trinket if u want a root break or play with classes that can give you a root break. With how many "Outs" a dk has, a root break would be over kill, this would Make DKs more face roll. If you really wanted to, you could AMS offensive for a kill so you dont get rooted (most roots)  " risky , i know but that where skill/judgement comes in"

Things i would like to see to make the class less fast roll is buff our survivability. I know there is a new glyph for AMS next patch which i'm sure will help and i read a twiiter post about how they might look into battle fatigue and how it effects AMS because right now AMS absorbs NOTHING maybe 80-100k ....GG.

Lets talk about non magic damage,The thing with DKs is our biggest survivability is our healing abilities like lichborne and pet sac before battle fatigue like in Cata, when you use one of these CDs, you are most likely not going to die, but now a days with battle fatigue and MS , these abilities heal for SHIT.

Most other DPS classes don't have "big" Heals for defensives. They either have some kindof of huge damage reduction for a short peroid of time or some immunity to damage so with that said DKs healing is our biggest Defensive vs Melee. Yes, i know we have icebound but 20% damage reduction every 3 mins doesn't really cut it atm.

So i like to see our healing abiltiies get a small buff in PVP or maybe even when we lichborne, our deathcoil cost half the runic power so we can heal more for a short period of time.

Thanks for reading my suggestion. :)

In Topic: No one will die when 5.4 hits?

14 August 2013 - 01:29 PM

"new Battle Fatigue reducing healing by about 20%"
When i was on the PTR yesterday, the new battle fatigue said 55%