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8-21-2007 @ 4:13PM
General statements (I am sure that you are the exception to the following because you won the World Championship of Games Tourney all by yourself):Warlocks - Wears cloth and is easily killed, not a big burst killer and certainly not OP. Hunters and Rogues kill them fast.Rogues - Easily killed by Paladins / Warriors / Hunters / Shaman (given that they know how to play)Hunters - In a BG, they are nearly unstoppable, in Arena they are not so hot. Up close and personal is the way to take them out. Send in a warrior or a paladinWarrior - Brutal in Arena, almost worthless in a BG. Hunters can tear them apart in a BG environment, as can mages/locks/etc.Paladins - Yeah, they bubble, but the ones who know how, can fight well too. They are tough to beat 1v1. Go down like nothing with a group on them and are vulnerable to burst damage.Mage - Good burst damage, but still wear cloth. Any class can tear them apart BG or Arena if they can get to them (stealth rogue, charging warrior)Priest - Shadow DPS is scary, but see the Warlock comments. Pretty much in the same boat.Druid - Other than Warsong, do people actually PvP with them? The post about the finalists in the latest tourney showed ZERO teams with one on them.Shaman - I love fighting Shammies. Good challenge. Like any other class, if they are good, they can hold their own...bad ones die quick.Point of this comment is that ANY class is killable. People boo and hiss about Warlocks, Rogues, Hunters and Warriors being OP in PvP. Learn to overcome them. You have to be prepared to fight them. Just like they need to be prepared to fight you. Team makeup can determine who wins. Going against a double pally combo with two rogues...not a good idea. Two rogues vs. two locks...instant win.If you think a Warlock wins by casting DoTs and then fear, think again. Warriros have to set you up for kills, and have to worry about spell damage tearing them apart. Everyone is vulnerable.Also, take comments like mine with a grain of sand. I am not able to say this is true about every class, because people play differently. I actually had a Rogue that took out my Pally (first and last time). I had a Shaman kill my Warlock (it was close and a damn fun fight). You get the point. It’s a general claim. Give the OP talk a rest.
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