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6-30-2008 @ 8:29PM
so now you can run to the end of the instance, die, and then the druid can stealth to you and rez you.sounds really, really lame.
6-30-2008 @ 11:38PM
That's no different than it was before. For instance, have a Pally run to the end of an instance, then have a Druid follow behind, stealthed, and rez him afterwards with brez. The Pally could then bring up the whole team.You don't see that happening because it hasn't been viable as a strategy in TBC. The dungeons are generally too narrow at points, there are too many mobs that see through stealth, and there aren't very many places that are safe to die/rez at. Pre-TBC, you could do that in quite a few dungeons, but even then, it was rarely worthwhile.About the only time I can recall stealth-rezzing people was on a Mara run over two years ago where we wiped near the end. Since the mobs had started repopping, I stealthed back to where we were at the end of the instance and rezzed everyone, that way we didn't have to fight through the mobs all over again. Otherwise, it wouldn't have been worth it.
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