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11-07-2010 @ 1:13AM
"Multi-DoTing large groups and the constant pressure of Moonfire spam on a single target can give results -- healers are forced to dispel more, which distracts them from healing. Not dispelling allows for your rather wicked DoTs to stay on their targets longer, causing more damage spread out across the group. "Unless that healer is a Resto Druid whose HoTs outheal the DoTs from Moonfire and IS combined and who is also talented into magic dispel and has insane manaregen. :DI love killin Boomies on my Resto Druid, lol...Wrath-castin' Trees = awesomesauce.That said though, some of the BEST boomkins that have schooled me were masters of cooldowns and TIMING, even going so far as to use cyclone to await the cooldown on solarbeam and keep me in place to cast it, forcing the silence, and then using haste to fastcast some nukes during the silence.The second thing is of course the druid way of survival: shapeshifting. On both my Resto Druid and Shadow Priest, the shiftiness of druids has always been annoying to counter. Snare? Shift. Slow? Shift. Root? Shift. Cheetah, run, heal, come back...cheetah, drink, stealth, come back...over and over. And almost ALWAYS the shifty druids are female Night Elves. Jumping around all "look at me all flippy and hoppy and casty...and shifty" (like that scene in "Finding Nemo" when the sharks were makin fun of dolphins). ANNOYING AS HELL, but still highly effective in survival, kiting, and strategy.
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