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1-24-2012 @ 12:34AM
Rock is sort of highly resistant to fire and ice. I doubt even Jaina could safely handle a fireball that was hot enough to actually damage stone, and rocks don't just shatter when they get cold so Morchok pretty much has the highest resistance to the other elements that is possible. Most of the people defending Jaina are explaining the fight in the sense that she's just spamming the abilities that would save her like the freeze or flamecore. Well if she doesn't have cd's then neither does Morchok and he could just keep pulling her back into the blood over and over no matter how many times she blinks away so she wouldn't even be able to fight since the pull disables you and the blood would just burn her down.
1-24-2012 @ 2:01AM
I agree :DAlmost everybody is saying "Jaina can cast ice blades and freeze him in the spot" then "Morchok can't move while he casts Black Blood". I'm sorry, I didn't know Jaina could cast Ice Blades without blinking a long way away, making them spread out a lot, also moving away from a possible resonating crystal.If Jaina can spam stuff quickly, Morchok can spam resonating crystals and that consuming Earth thing. Jaina can't get away, is CC'd almost permanently and can't get close to the crystals. Sure Jaina can blink away but since Morchok's thing has no range requirement...
1-24-2012 @ 11:53AM
If you're taking a scientifical view I think Jaina would still win. What happens when you boil rock and then toss ice water on it? It fractures and falls apart. The same would happen here imo. The large, sudden changes in temperature would cause significent suddent changes in volume that would cause the rock to disintegrate, and thusly, morchok would lose.
1-31-2012 @ 9:14AM
Also, don't overthink it"Don't neglect style, story, and scale. Everything is a factor; seeking balance is your goal as a spectator and judge."
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