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9-25-2009 @ 4:54PM
This is probably the best of them so far. At least he is marginally improving between each article. That being said, I still had a number of LOLNO moments in this article too.The first one was: Of course Tracking Demons is pretty cool and all, but the star of this level has to be Flare. Finally, we have a way to smoke out all those despicably treacherous rogues as they try to hide in the shadows.Flare was good back before TBC launched, but nowadays it is a (pretty bad) RNG skill. You can flare the ground, stand in the middle of it and still be sapped by a rogue. The rogue can still open from stealth on you. You can even drop a trap under your feet, only to have the rogue resist it or disarm it. Or worse yet, dance right on top of it while it fails to go off or do anything useful. Those 1 in 20 times when you do flare a rogue out of stealth though... those are good times.The second LOLNO moment came from this gem:The main thing you learn at level 34 is the Explosive Trap. While your pet is tanking the mob you can lay this trap down to help add a bit extra damage and then move back to finish them off. It's also good to know that if you decide to raid Survival, your Explosive Trap can be used to trigger Lock and Load.Ok, at this point you don't have volley. So I'll forgive melee range to drop the trap. How about mentioning to drop the trap BEFORE you pull and pull the mobs to the trap with your pet? That couldn't hurt, could it?But then we have the recurring criticism of this series. Is this a leveling noob guide or a raid readiness guide? Why does LnL only become useful with raiding? It is low enough in the tree for leveling players to get and can be lethal against elites while leveling.The viper sting comment was good and unexpected. I don't think you had mentioned aspect of the viper really before that, even though it was trainable at level 20 (according to WoWhead).
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