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7-23-2008 @ 1:20PM
With the moving of Soul Link lower (and removing requirements to getting it) this really opens up new frontiers of warlock customization.While this takes it's inspiration from SL/SL and Felguard I'd like to present "Felguard's Siphoning Link" (http://wotlk.wowhead.com/?talent=IzxMbxbNomZbgcksg0AccMz). It does 2 things quite well1. SL/SL, which is proven to be quite effective in PVP2. Felguard. We all remember our Felguards that we played with for a while when getting to 70. Now he's (or she's) back with answers to how to keep themselves alive.To maximize the power of the Felguard points are invested in Fel Synergy. If you look closely if you max Fel Synergy out with Soul Link you transfer 15% of the damage dealt to you to your minion and then heal the minion for 15% of the damage that you just took. So you effectiveley reduce the enemy's damage by 15%. In addition points are invested into shadow mastery because having extra shadow damage will have cascading effects on all abilities that are a percentage of damage.A singlular point is invested in the Succubus improvement for when you are needed as a backup CC for instances so that your Seduce provides just a little bit more holding power. In short, WotLK provides me with the ability to use both of my favorite talent specs to become even more a distributor of potent portable pain.
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