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8-15-2007 @ 11:06AM
Although I read wowinsider daily, I find it highly disturbing the lack of PvP knowledge that many authors acknowledge. Here, Paladins are touted as being unstoppable healers in all brackets, when in reality upon reaching the 1800 and beyond brackets in 2v2 and 3v3, the dominant force is Resto Druid and Holy Priests. There is nothing surprising about a high-ranked PvP Resto Druid, as it is one of the best specs for line of sighting the opponents. In addition, the Druid (especially a Resto/Feral dip) is the CC king of the 2v2 arena for the pure fact that its CC is not a duplication of itself and not susceptible to DR like constant fears/polymorph. Surely there's someone else out there who has been triple cycloned, feral charged, bashed, warstomped, and then triple cycloned again (which is no longer on DR because of the charge/bash/warstomp durations) before they ever get a heal off. Let's face it, in 2v2 arena line of sighting is king, not DPS. A post like this devoted to a Resto Druid is redundant to the majority of arena players.You want to surprise me? Show me a great 2v2 video with a Shaman or Paladin healer; that's right, the healers with little to no LOSing with HoTs.
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