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5-27-2008 @ 5:28PM
actually sZimm you are a moron... it shows the exact opposite... because its obvious that noone at blizz plays a lock in pvp... they freaking think its so awesome to keep buffing demo while giving crap to destro...blizz obviously dont give a crap about balancing the talent trees of locks between eachother because they continually give more survivability to demo and nothing to in that way to destruction...the main pvp tactic as locks now is to spam fear and play off sl/sl to stay alive long enough to do your damage... if you dont spec demononlogy you are pretty much screwed... especially if you are destro... if you are destro there is no reason to cast fear because if the guy you cast it on isnt already breaking it or making himself immune then you will break it with your spells... fear was given to locks as their only pvp defense to give us time for our dots to do their damage because we dont have as much burst damage as mages and yet blizz has taken that away from us with so many ways to break fear or make it entirely worthless (yay beserker stance!) so yeah...please never post about warlocks again because you clearly dont know what you are talking about... blizz play this class in pvp? maybe but they are only playing demonology spec because thats the only tree they seem to think should be viable in pvp... and they show it again and again...pigeon holing a class into a single tree to be able to even last 5 seconds in pvp against a meleer is not balance blizz... learn to balance talent trees please...
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