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12-14-2009 @ 6:30PM
"Team composition, like spec, does not really matter that much."....... is this a joke?Aside from that good article and thanks for the info, although I really hope to see some more advanced stuff soon.
12-14-2009 @ 6:36PM
To clarify, I understand what you are saying about how just about any composition can do decent in arena, but there is no question whatsoever that some specs/comps have to work a LOT harder for it. No matter how you spin it some comps are just at an inherent disadvantage and I think comp is the single biggest factor in arena other than skill.When you're talking about high end of the bracket, there are some comps that simply will not work no matter how good you are. I realize this article is geared towards low to mid level playing... Having a poor comp can make the experience challenging and fun for some people, while for others it can make it just frustrating. It depends on your playstyle and attitude.
12-15-2009 @ 2:17PM
Many compositions that were thought to be terrible are some of the best compositions in arena right now. Priest+Mage and Enhancement+Beast Mastery+Hpally are examples.Try to get away from the attitude that spec and composition matters, especially to new arena players. Having fun is the reason most of us play this game, no reason to change that in order to win a few more games.Thanks for the comment.
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