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2-10-2012 @ 7:14PM
Hibernate is really handy for the Infinite Suppressors right before Murozond...but other than that, yeah, I never use it.
2-10-2012 @ 10:54PM
Yes, those lovely Infinite Suppressors... Because of the lackluster CC abilities between all the classes, you can thru RNG of the dungeon finder, come into groups with no true ability to CC those dragons.Although you can be lucky and down the first 4, the 2nd 4 I have seen wipe the group 100% of the time. (the tank goes down fast and then the rest). I was on a demo warlock and I tried using my succubus with very poor results. Once I went into a group and we had druid heals and I was thanking God for him because hibernate is such a great CC in that area.My point is, the author seems not to like the hibernate ability but if Blizzard is going to keep making CC so crucial, then we NEED it to remain. Removing it will just create MORE wipes.
2-11-2012 @ 11:50AM
Hey guys, I'm reporting wowcatapro by sending an e-mail with a link to his website to firstname.lastname@example.org from the e-mail address associated with my Battle.net account. You all should do the same so that his "business" gets shut down as fast as possible before it does anymore damage to the game!
2-13-2012 @ 1:14PM
@Rimar...As a lock, you have fear - it works on those Suppressors; better than the Succubus I would imagine.
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