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2-27-2009 @ 11:48AM
I witness my most frustrating moments everyday....Deathgrip in PvP....The one spell that has effectively removed ranged class strategy in the game and makes me an instant/free HK whenever a deathknight enters the frey.....sigh....I never though one exploitive spell could remove the last bit of fun factor from pvp.My other most frustrating moment was getting in a lore argument with some guy on trade chat who refused to believe that the undead/forsaken were former members alliance (y'know....they were all lordaeron citizens before being killed by the scourge). I think he was just so dulled by horde pride that he refused to accept that fact, heh. I should have just put the guy on ignore, but I just can't stand those kind of people who just absolutely HAVE to have the last word.And as for instances, I was lvl 72 pug healing a nexus run. the tank had almost no tanking gear, and was squishy as heck. Normal mobs were tearing him down just as fast as any non-tanking class. He just simply did not have the damage mitigation. I was half T6 geared so I thought it would be no problem, but it proved more....well.... challanging then I thought. I had to spam nothing but holy light just to keep him up, (like every trash pull was like trying to solo heal patchwerk) After about our 3rd or 4th wipe from various trash, I was kicked from the group, with thier last words being "sorry, we need to find a better healer." I was furious. They refused to believe it was the tank's fault. at the moment to the point i just respecced ret for the remainder of my leveling....I could only imagine the suffering the next healer went through.
2-27-2009 @ 12:05PM
I hate Death Grip and Chains of Ice so much that I save my PvP trinket, Escape Artist, and Blink all for the inevitable "yoink" from a DK when I'm in Wintergrasp or a BG.I may be a squishy target, but by God I make them work for that kill. I've been able to kite more than one DK long enough for my teammates to dogpile on him or her.
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