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8-31-2011 @ 2:23PM
"Thunderstorming Alliance"...there is really nothing, and i mean NOTHING more fun in any PvP that i've ever had than knocking multiple targets off the planet at the flag in EOTS. I absolutely loathe that BG, except on my shaman, and seriously it's just as fun and hilarious the 100th time as it is the first time. Even if you die repeatedly, who cares, you just sent 3 alliance noobs flying off the planet.And then eventually they see you coming and they run the heck away from the flag there lololol.
8-31-2011 @ 2:59PM
This really is so true. It's all I want to do in PVP now.
8-31-2011 @ 4:57PM
Oh, there's something more fun than Thunderstorming them off the edge.Mind Controlling them off the edge.
8-31-2011 @ 5:06PM
re: Mind Control.I'm sure that's fun (I never play priest, but I've had it happen to me off the LM in AB), but there's a few reasons why it's not quite as fun. First, it can be trinketed. Second, it takes a bit of time, and you can be interrupted. Third, it's only one person. Fourth, with Thunderstorm, you can send multiple people flying. It isn't just the knocking them off the world... it's the fact that one moment there feet are on the ground, and the next moment they are flying around like a bunch of pins at a bowling alley. It's just a more visceral sensation.I remember when I first got my shaman to level 60 back in wrath, and I got the thunderstorm talent. I wasn't even thinking about it's usefulness in AB or EOTS, I was just queueing for Alterac valley at the time. During that time period, we often times had turtle battles going on on the road north of Icewing bunker, and I would constantly run in and knock alliance off that road and down the hill there in AV. It never really killed anyone, but I just sat there doing that over and over and over maniacally laughing the whole time, like I was the bowling ball and they were my pins to knock down.Whoever designed the Thunderstorm talent really needs to get a gold star :)
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