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12-05-2010 @ 11:41PM
Sorry, but I stopped reading when you said Earthquake was a "must-have" pvp talent. Earthquake is terrible, and you have no business telling people how to spec if you think otherwise.
12-06-2010 @ 12:24AM
Sorry, but I down rated your comment and ignored what you had to say when you said "Earthquake is terrible" but gave no justification for why it is so bad in PvP.
12-06-2010 @ 10:10AM
I normally don't discuss 31-point talents because people are supposed to pick it up, anyway. I only mentioned it because it has a small chance to proc a knockdown effect, which really only comes into play for PvP (it's fun, but not necessary, in PvE).
12-06-2010 @ 1:58AM
Actually, I don't think he actually said anything of that sort.In fact, he may have even said that he was "mentioning Earthquake because it has an important chance-to-knockdown component, which means it has great utility in PvP. It is a ranged AoE, which is cool in itself, and can be used in a pinch to defend key battleground points, such as flags and other objectives." You wanna get out of the ele tree, you have to take EQ. Why not embrace it for what it can do instead of rolling out whiny condemnation. I for one am thankful for Blizzard's movement towards combating the "cookie-cutter spec or die" superiority complex so many people seem to thrive on.-----Anyways.I can't quite look forward to the same level of arena and bg enjoyment on my resto shaman til I have the points to get down to 2/2 Ancestral Swiftness. While we're moderately equipped to stand and take a beating, being able to actually effectively kite melee trying to curbstomp me is something I would appreciate.2/2 Cleansing Waters might be the best thing to happen to PVP resto shaman since riptide.
1-27-2011 @ 6:48PM
Earthquake, when combined with Blizzard, used in a chokepoint, can actually be quite devastating in RBGs.
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