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7-20-2011 @ 7:39AM
An interesting article! Most of the time I play with my holy paladin in combination with an hunter. ( Don't know why but most of my PvP friends have hunters haha) The combination works really well especially because my hunter friend is quite the master of CC xD haha I love it when I call for a break ( like when having though time healing or being stunned,...) he can almost instantly take the pressure off of me. Our combi of hunter and pala gives a good team, loosing usually happens when the opposition's DPS is way too high for me too handle ( I'm still wearing a piece or two of craftable piece of gear), but most of the time we kil em easily, sometimes it takes a bit of time, but that makes an arena fun haha. Ow a fun fact! it seems I'm quite the pvp player according to my pvp guild xD haha we usually do RBG's but ya need 3.3k resi, well they see my 2.8k resi trough the eyes just because I can handle really well under pressure ;D ow got now I seem like an elitist almost haha xD
7-22-2011 @ 8:32PM
I'm new to arenas and these articles are a goldmine..steadily working my way back through them. I wonder if you, Mr. Moore, have ever considered doing a PVP flavored podcast? As far as I can tell there isn't one out there and there is a real need for information for newcomers and those who have been PvPing a while. I'd subscribe in a flash.By the way, are you known Christian or C or perhaps CC?Pantro...one of the great things about these articles is that the author, despite being a very at PvPer, doesn't waste our time telling us how wonderful he is!
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