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Member Since 18 Mar 2009
Offline Last Active Dec 17 2014 11:29 AM

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In Topic: top mage comps

10 December 2014 - 11:12 AM

Played mage/ret/disc yesterday, and in the current state it did show some potential.

In Topic: RMP VS Beastcleave

23 September 2014 - 05:22 PM

Holy priest beastcleaves / Undead MW beastcleave is pretty tough for RMP when you reach higher ratings for sure. The ones we have fought between 2400-2700 rating have all been easy to beat, simply because of the very straightforward "train blue" strat ;)

In Topic: RMP VS Beastcleave

23 September 2014 - 03:25 PM

From a priest perspective, beastcleave is easier to play and push rating with. As you pointed out, shamans bring a lot of defensive utility (tremor, decurse, offhealing, etc) which is very much needed for a priest.

RMP is definitely the way to go if you REALLY want to challenge yourself and improve your gameplay. Even though the "basics" don't vary much from beastcleave, you will be required to alternate between defensive/offensive play a lot more in RMP in addition to lining up your own cc with your team.

The elusive 'skillcap' we're all trying to apply would in my opinion be higher for RMP making it the more favourable setup for many, as beastcleave is a lot more oriented towards "one-shotting" in the middle brackets.

In Topic: cascade vs devine star

22 September 2014 - 08:37 AM

If I recall correctly the math has been done by somone for these two spells (I don't remember if Cascade actually breaks cc, but you won't be using it as an offensive tool under normal circumstances).

Cascade: easy to hit, slightly less healing output.
Divine Star: hard to hit, but with much better healing output (taking the lower cd into consideration)

Personally I prefer divine star like the majority, and from an RMP point of view I rarely find our priest max-ranging.

Edit: oh and divine star breaks stealth in a pretty considerable area. Keep that in mind!

In Topic: What is this stuff ?!?!

18 August 2014 - 03:18 PM

Ashran buddy, Ashran.