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When to bubble?

Postby Slamdorff » Fri Aug 10, 2007 5:44 am

I never tanked Nightbane but that's the only boss in Kara I have yet to fight.

When do you bubble? Just before being feared or just after being feared?

Its good to hear its possible cuz no fearwards in our guild. In theory I cant get the timers for DS, PVP trinket, BoP to fit with the fearintervals, but you guys seem to work it out anyway - really looking forward to trying when our discodancing warrior have a day off:)

Looking forward to the answers.

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Postby Candiru » Fri Aug 10, 2007 6:09 am

BoP you have to cast before you are feared, when he is casting it.

Trinket is used after, bubble either.

Just don't waste them if you don't need to: if everyone is feared you don't need to remove fear.
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Staying in for fears...

Postby Slamdorff » Fri Aug 10, 2007 6:19 am

... I wont be able to convince the guildmates to do. Only if everybody is drunk and and we have hours to spend:)

BoP wont break fear, so thats a given. But do most of you aim to use DS before or after getting feared, and if theres a reason for it, then why?

I dont like the idea of bubbling before and make him run off - neither do I like to start running and turn my back on him before bubbling in/out:) What would be the best in this catch 22.

Thanks for the first answer.

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Postby Questioner » Fri Aug 10, 2007 6:36 am

You bubble during the cast time of fear. This he isn't after someone (because he is casting), and then click it off immediately after the cast is finished.
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Thx for clarification

Postby Slamdorff » Fri Aug 10, 2007 7:56 am

Of course - he is casting, not beating ppl:)

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Postby Lore » Fri Aug 10, 2007 9:29 am

BoP does work to break the fear as well, you just have to cast it while he's casting the fear, not after.
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Postby Silandra » Fri Aug 10, 2007 4:12 pm

Quick clarification for future reference: BoP breaks PHYSICAL fears. If you have a warrior fear you, BoP will break it. If a priest fears you, BoP will NOT break it.

Thankfully, NB's is a physical fear. ^_^
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