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1-19-2012 @ 1:51PM
The best advice I can give to anyone attempting to win Warsong Gulch?AFK out.No, seriously.When you're losing, just AFK out. Comeback victories are rare beasts indeed, and chasing after them will only wear you down mentally and emotionally every time you realise you're fighting against your own team as well as theirs, since nobody but you cares about anything other than their Honour gains.It's how I got to Exalted--I discovered I was a lot more focused when I wasn't desperately chasing after flag captures. By AFKing out every time I was losing, I retained my patience--which is the most important thing you bring with you to the battleground.
1-19-2012 @ 2:07PM
Or queue with 3 - 4 friends, make sure one is a healer and one is specced and geared for flag carrying. If you have PVP gear (even if it is crafted pvp gear), you'll win most games you play.In a nutshell:1) Go with friends if possible2) If you're dps, either escort your FC or be chewing on the EFC - any time spent not doing either isn't directly contributing to a win.3) Make sure your FC has at least 1 dps and 1 healer with him. 4) Profit!
1-19-2012 @ 8:18PM
Here is the best lineup IMO for WSG:1. Disc Priest2. Feral Druid for flag carrier (speed speed speed, big Defense, self heals)3. Hunter4. Other Ranged DPS - Frost Mage, Afflock, another Hunter, Moonkin, Ele shaman, spriest.If you have the above 4 working together, you are going to be virtually unstoppable, especially if the hunter is pro at setting traps.I will say that afk'ing out when losing is actually not a bad strat. You're better off saving your sanity and not wasting time, especially if you're getting graveyard camped.
1-20-2012 @ 5:43AM
Sweet, downvoted to oblivion. :)And yeah, there's enough other things to do in this game that eating the debuff isn't a problem.
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