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3-07-2008 @ 6:14PM
I never write in these things cause you basically can't say something that doesn't fully support the OP without getting flamed. However, imparush, your post was so misinformed it can't go unchallenged. I would like to make it clear that I have a L70 priest and a L60 lock on his way to 70. I don't Arena, but no one said this had to be about arena, just PvP in general. Also I apologize if I missed a post that already covered this."you dont got shadow form there take 15% of physical damage"I have yet to meet a warlock that doesn't have at LEAST 15% more health than my priest. Most have 20%+ (hence the 2.4 proposed lifetap nerf being so harsh). And if you've ever been a S Priest (which you very obviously haven't) in shadow form in a BG, it's like painting "kill me" on your forehead (please let there be a moonkin nearby) so that 15% frequently is useless."you dont got a spell there make 15%-25% to heal?"If I hit someone for 1000 damage (currently this is pretty normal) using my nuke (mind blast) I get (with talents) 250 health back. The same geared (and I mean the same) lock in my guild gets a minimum of 243 health back a tick from siphon life. This doesn't include drain life. My poorly geared L60 lock gets about 106 health from drain life each tick. I can only imagine how much a L70 lock gets."the bubble stil make a different to damage"if it's a well-geared duel wielder, their first shot removes the shield and the second hits me. So I get halfway into my spell before being interrupted and die 1 second later."SL remove 20% to pet and we both take 5% more damage in demon spec"No. No. No. You both DO 5% more damage. Not TAKE 5% more damage. /sighMy apologies to the other locks if I've offended anyone and I don't even begin to presume to speak on behalf of the Arena players. Imparush, don't compare yourself to another class when you obviously haven't played it.
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