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2-24-2009 @ 1:39PM
I was hoping to see more in the way of help for Elemental PvP...I've started pvping recently as elemental. Having nothing else on which to spend valorous emblems, I picked up the hateful pieces and recently finished buying up the rest of the hateful pieces for the other slots.Now that I'm at ~850 resilience and specced for PvP, I have found that I have a reasonable chance vs most classes 1v1 -though some still blow me out of the water in only a few seconds. Anyway, I expect to be using a PvE and PvP spec for my dual specs and I'm kind of excited by these changes. For one, I've created a castsequence of fire nova (talented for stun) and then stoneclaw (to prevent it from being killed trivially before it triggers) and the stoneclaw glyph (~5000 damage absorbed) will be a very nice buff. Also, having the cooldown for frostshock and flameshock reduced by a total of 3 seconds (still a lot of talent points to do it...) will be handy even if it's primarily meant as a buff for enhancement and their new frost shock root talent. I'll take it tho, as frostshocks can be a good source of damage... It doesn't really address the problem which is to get flameshock up for lava burst vs keeping your shock cooldown for shocking a spellcast. Maybe that's something I'll handle better in the future.. For example flame shocking when I'm able to drop a grounding totem.
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