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5-10-2009 @ 7:15AM
Not too bad for the beginning fire mage, altho people need to realise that fire pvp isn't really about AoEfirst of all the spec, actually isn't that good, firestriker is a waste of talentpoints and costs too much mana. and not choosing improved scorch is the biggest mistake you can make as a fire mage, since you will be only spamming scorch, unless you have your opponent stunned in Dragon's Breath, or in frost novaas a fire mage, one of the best specs you can go for is : http://talent.mmo-champion.com/?mage=23032023002200000000000000000023050023123200312531220013510000000000000000000000000000&glyph=000000000000&version=9868tips :- keep living bomb up, ALL THE TIME-use your blast wave or dragon's breath against casters when they cast a spell-Frost ward + molten shields and glyph of the frost ward is amazing against death knights
5-10-2009 @ 8:57AM
Good tips from Edy, Ill add another one - use Mage Armor against DKs instead of Frost armor, it will halve the duration of their magic effects such as Icy Touch and Strangulate. Actually it helps to have a one-button macro for swapping between Frost and Mage armor as you see fit.I have a 53/18 Fire/Frost spec for BGs and arenas. Playing a Fire Mage in BGs has to be the most action packed and fun thing to do in wow imo. I haver played it since watching Otherguy's Sorrow Hill series way back.Im specced into Shatter for a quick Scorch->Fireblast->Hot Streak Pyro whenever Frostbite procs, but I find myself running out of mana very quickly so Im considering swapping those points into Frost Channeling instead. Would like to get the Mana Gem glyph too but I dont know what to drop out of LB/IV/Evocation.Id say mana usage is my biggest problem at the moment in arena and BGs.Christian - another Fire based PvP Spec ive seen around is 17/54 Arc/Fire, with Improved CS. Havent played anything like that myself since Vanilla Wow 21/30 w/POM however so I dont know what its like these days.Flekz Fire PvP videos are great too.
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