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7-22-2011 @ 1:33PM
Another thing that I simply didn't have room to fit into the guide it it would have gone for much longer was a bit on which specs to assign to which targets.Drones/Beth'tilac -- Your heavy single target DPS or any melee DPS. In fact, primarily your melee DPS, but you can also use specs such as arcane mages if you have enough players to handle the adds.Spiderlings -- Attempt to group players into clusters that play well off of each other. Hunters should not be grouped with other hunters and each should be using their slowing traps on the Spiderlings. Having hunters go Survival and pick up Entrapment is a double bonus.Balance druids pair excessively well with hunters, especially if they do have Entrapment. Balance can play in one of two roles, they can either slow or blow the spiders up. It's far easier to pair a balance druid with someone else that has a slow and leave the druid to wreck them with Wild Mushroom than it is to have the druid slow them. Elemental shaman are best left near the middle-ish area un-assigned to a specific spot and focusing on the Drone. From there, they can Earthbind any group that gets loose and/or Thunderstorm them back as well. Destruction or demonology are better at add killing than affliction for warlocks. Fire is actually a better choice than frost for mages. While slows are important, short control tactics such as Shadowfury work just as well. Even in 25-man, the Spiderlings have low enough life that they drop really quickly. Myself and a survival hunter can duo an entire side in under 10 seconds.
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