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1-11-2011 @ 8:15PM
I disagree. Mana drain is ridiculously OP, especially for Affliction warlocks. Dot em up with a UA, fear, and drain away, repeat, repeat until the DRs kick in.At least you had the balls to admit your main is a warlock. No one likes getting hit with the nerfbat, but you should have saved this qq for a lock column. There are so many upcoming pvp changes, this single one is no more or less significant (other than the fact that it's happening to the class you play).
1-11-2011 @ 8:59PM
Given that this column frequently focuses on different classes I am not sure why focusing on a warlock issue for one day is that big of a deal ...
1-11-2011 @ 9:08PM
Mr. Moore, how dare you write an informative article on a subject you care about. Shame on you, sir.
1-11-2011 @ 9:47PM
Yeah except you forgot the part where a healer goesdispel > dispel > dispel > dispel (all while running around a pillar) > dispel (also while hardly going down in mana).
1-12-2011 @ 2:04AM
Quiz,While it's true this column usually talks about arena at-large, patch notes are upon us. As I mentioned in the article, I was going to write about everything in the patch notes but two things came up.First, the patch notes keep changing. I actually wrote about how Unstable Affliction would work perfectly at 4 seconds instead of 5 or 3. Turns out they changed it before that article would have went live.Second, mana drains are important to arena. It's another strategy that adds complexity to the game. I thought it was a topic deserving of its own post, you're very welcome to disagree.C. Christian MooreContributing Editorwow.joystiq.com
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