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3-16-2008 @ 7:54PM
If you have a Warlock in your party (a very good one, that is), he/she can do quite a bit to help juggle the aggro load.When a tank starts to take too much damage or the healer draws a bit of hate, the 'lock can use fear and then control the fleeing mob's path using Curse of Recklessness. If things get a little to hard on the tank while group-pulling, the 'lock can tag all of the mobs with Curse of Weakness to help lighten their blows.If you have a Warlock in the party with Curse of Exhaustion, he/she can take a few mobs alone, DoT'ing and kiting them away from other heals and DPS when necessary (which is very useful when engaged with mobs that can CC your tank).
3-16-2008 @ 7:58PM
Oops, sorry for the grammatical errors in my last post. I'm CoEx-kiting all of TK atm...=Phttp://jagoex.blogspot.com
3-16-2008 @ 9:33PM
Instead of wasting CoW on all the mobs, the tank should cast Demo Shout.
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