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12-06-2010 @ 4:33AM
Thanks for the write-up! I've always wanted to try Enhancement PVP, but I've always been told pre-cataclysm that it's the worst thing ever. I'd love to know what other talents I should take, since I have no idea if I should be going for buffed up shields, Elemental devastation, Flurry, etc. All of these seem to be good options, but there just aren't enough points for all of those, and going into a second tree! Also, which should I go for after I'm done in Enhancement? 3% flat crit seems pretty good, and extra healing recieved for pvp would be nice!
12-06-2010 @ 4:31AM
While not the most helpful advice, I hate to say it but what you've heard is correct. Enhancement is mostly trash for serious PvP. It can definitely be fun in casual battlegrounds, but you will get absolutely stomped to death by just about any other class/spec that knows what they're doing.That could definitely change in Cata since it's going to be a whole new take on PvP, but you shouldn't get your hopes up too high.
12-06-2010 @ 4:38AM
Yeah I'm not going to be going for 2300 rating or anything, just bg fun. It's just that I've noticed that with my melee characters, my warrior in particular, I'm completely boned for pvp since 4.0.1. A combination of not being able to stay close to ranged folks and their rediculously huge damage (mages, I'm looking at you. Warlocks got their 12%) makes it impossible to kill anything caster-like. It's fun sparring with DKs and pallies though.Anyway, enhancement seems to have so much control in the tree! You can really keep whoever you want in range, or indeed kite whoever you don't. The funny thing is, elemental is apparently lacking in pvp talents, but is so so so powerful in battlegrounds it hurts. But that's just casters in general atm.
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