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1-25-2011 @ 7:35PM
alliance on kel'thuzad eh? way to be part of the gang :P just kidding, please be nice to us hoardies (who be stealin yo tol barad these days eh?)i play alot of 2's as a disc priest and my partner is an enh shaman. were somewhat experienced in arena's, yet dont really take the time to check out things like arenajunkies for team comps/strategies. has anyone experienced a team comp they personally thought were overwhelming? my comp is unusual, it has low defense against double physical dps teams, yet we still find a positive w/l ratio most weeks. is the state of arena's atm in 3's and 5's similar in that unusual comps are finding some degree of success?
1-25-2011 @ 8:49PM
hey! i used to be a disc priest now i'm a resto shammie. did disc lose its fun/flavor/survivability from wrath to now in your opinion? i miss my bubble. however, healing rain makes up for it.
1-26-2011 @ 1:25AM
As of right now, (pre-4.0.6) disc priests are absolutely dismal in pvp. They've become the kid on the battlefield viewed as a free kill by every melee dps you can imagine. I've heard that currently resto shaman are the best healer in pvp right now. I can't recall exactly the shaman changes to pvp other then the greater healing wave buff, but I think they should still be doing very well. Disc priests are looking at a huge pvp buff in 4.0.6 so they should be back in the fray soon enough with the uber buff to power word shield and imp. power word shield. From some rough calculations, we'll be looking at priests with an instant cast bubble that absorbs ~30k. Until then, I'll stick to shadow.
1-26-2011 @ 6:17AM
Overwhelming comp for us (disc/rogue) is mage/warrior. Or DK/mage. And we are seeing lots of them.
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