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1-17-2011 @ 9:10PM
So we got a dungeon strat instead of anything about 4.0.6 because........? Cuz seriously, though I grant you the article was well writ, aside from pointing out the obvious (I.e. empowered SoC is great on mobs, BoH is teh uber with adds, and don't immediately soulshatter ever), this really belongs with the strats, and we actually could very much use a patch changes analysis... things have changed since Zach wrote his weeks ago...
1-17-2011 @ 10:18PM
That is a fair a valid point sir; I shall ask if I should post-pone part two in order to hit up the PTR notes instead. Both are relevant, but I can understand how the PTR is more pressing.
1-17-2011 @ 10:46PM
I would say unless the Part 2 has highly class specific details, delay it. If it does, then it's appropriate and justifies the part 1. I would also say I am far far far from an authoritative voice for the community, and I bet you could fling up a poll pretty darn quick as to whether the Warlocks in general would like more class-geared strats, or if we feel a deep analysis of 4.0.6 is in order. :)
1-18-2011 @ 2:27AM
I'm pretty sure just anyone can go look at the ptr notes and see how it it effects them while tips for warlocks going into fights for the first time I feel would be more useful. Strats found among the web are always generic to cover everyone. Specific tips are more valuable.
1-18-2011 @ 8:29AM
@SINisterWyvernAgreed 100%. There are no mystical changes in the PTR (except maybe the mastery buff... Will it trump crit?).Anyway I would much rather have some insight on Warlock specific strategies on bosses.
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