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3-13-2008 @ 12:30PM
Bloodelfer, no, if they say "LF1M DPS/CC", well, that's exactly what they mean. If they needed a mage specifically, that's what they would say.Others have already said it, but LoS is your friend. There are very few caster pulls where there isn't some sort of LoS option. And when there isn't, there's always range. Run back until the caster is forced to stop casting and chase after you until they hit the trap. Yes, you will sacrifice a precious few seconds of DPSing while doing this, but it is absolutely worth it.I'm currently MM/Survival, but I was BM for a very long time and I assure you, this works just as well as BM.It takes practice. When I first started doing instances, I sucked at it. But keep working at it, and you'll do fine. Every CC-option (even sheep) has limitations. The key is to learn those limitations and get the most out of what your CC can do. And trapping, as it turns out, can do rather a lot.
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