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6-29-2010 @ 11:36AM
On my Boomkin I do 3s with an Ele Shaman and a Rogue, mostly for fun and points. This comp is VERY dependent on getting one of the other team down as we don't have many heals, but when our CCs stay strong and burst stays high we do pretty well. The Shaman usually throws heals when he can, as I try not to drop Moonkin form whenever possible. If we lose, it's often because I get Sapped out of Kitty form stealth by a Rogue and then stunlocked from full to nothing without even being able to leave Cat form.We find that CCing the other team's healer using an initial Sap and chaining Cyclones and Hexes while mercilessly pounding on one of the DPS classes works pretty well. We did well against a DiscWarrior, Mage, ret Pally, and Rogue are good first targets. With the Mage and Pally we'll focus them until they iceblock or bubble, and then switch to something else.
6-30-2010 @ 11:38PM
That sounds like a pretty neat comp. I know what you're talking about with getting stunlocked out of boomkin form x]The only thing that makes your comp different is the length of games it seems. With no ms, we can't really score a kill that quickly, we usually have to get rid of cooldowns first, then knock them out into the open with either shammy or owl knockback. That's usually when we bop BL, trees, and shadowfiend
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