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8-09-2010 @ 2:52PM
Hey ALF,Your team composition is known as 2346 (hunter version, some 2346 teams have a warrior instead). It's a top-notch composition and is currently destroying the 5v5 bracket by a large margin -- it's by far the most successful team composition of WotLK. We hit 2900+ with a 95%+ win percentage just by incorporating a few strategies and tactics into our play.There are a few ways to solve the shaman problem which you mentioned (enemy tremors are rough for 2346, I can attest to that).First of all, you probably want your warlock to spec destruction if he's experienced at playing it. It'll make your switches much more powerful and give you far more burst potential.Second of all, if the enemy shaman is elemental, make him your primary target. When shamans are being focused, they aren't dropping tremor totem. If they do, it's very close to what you're focusing on anyway, so it's easy to identify and kill.Third of all, tell your warlock to worry less about fearing and more about damage. In The Burning Crusade, I would be saying the opposite but Wrath of the Lich King has made damage the default strategy (and rightfully so, it's more successful when you can put out a ton of burst in a small amount of time).Also, be sure to have your elemental shaman purge the shaman when there is an opposing discipline priest or restoration druid if he is being focused -- Purge is instant cast and it helps your DPS out greatly. Have him focus on keeping Thunderstorm up for game-breaking times, and not using it to relieve damage too much.Your discipline priest can also help out when you go for kills by slinging damage combos like Mind Blast - Shadow Word: Death, I can't tell you how many games we won on the back of a priest killing blow. :)Take care and good luck,C. Christian MooreContributing EditorWoW.com
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