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7-12-2008 @ 5:09PM
Speaking from the point of an enhancement shaman in pvp, it seems mages have one of the largest degrees of competency from the worst to best players. Some players genuinely know how to use their talents, while others do not. Although it is generally accepted that enhancement shamans have medium-low pvp survivability I would imagine most mages would disagree becuase enhancement shamans have a LARGE amount of tools to deal with casters, specificly mages and warlocks. However, having said that, I can agree that mages could use a boost in their damaging casts because they really should be the ultimate damaging caster in the game on a single target AND aoe.The three classes that are the easiest to defeat for me currently are: (from easiest on down)Paladin, Mage, WarlockAnd if it makes you mages any happier (I'm sure it won't :D) I find that warlocks are about as easy as you guys.
7-12-2008 @ 5:13PM
Good comment.I really think mages will hold steady in PvP. They're great CCing classes and can have some survivability if played correctly.We are getting a new 2000 damage shield, that casts frost nova when it breaks. Plus a Stun, and Imp Elemental. So PvP, unless they make some huge changes in Arena, looks good for mages.But alas thats not what this post was about. Frostfire bolt, will you be our savior?
8-08-2008 @ 2:10AM
I think you made a mistake there. You just compared the most overpowered class ever to the two most underpowered. Warlocks are getting their Demon Form and a ton of other lol@everyone moves next expansion. Wasn't there a rumor that Kalgan's sister played a warlock going around?
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