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[Prot-PvP] Crash Course in Arena PVP, for the Tournament

Ret, Holy, PVP, etc

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Postby Sharlos » Sun Mar 08, 2009 8:34 pm

I'm in a holy/lock 2v2 and we're doing pretty well (2062 rating atm).

If you've never played holy before then I'd reccomend going ret. Ret isn't too different to prot but a lot more effective. Holy requires a bit more experience to be effective. While you should be familliar with most of the mechanics that ret uses.
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Postby Threatco » Mon Mar 09, 2009 12:54 am

I am new to arena this season, and went with holy, and its fricken hard.

My dps partner is usual consistent every game in terms of quality, I how ever too often "drop the ball".

"Ohhhh, damn I should of hand of saced you so I coulden't be scorpid stung, damn, my bad, sorry"

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Postby Digren » Thu Mar 12, 2009 11:07 am

In the end I went full holy for the tournament. We're 21 to 23 now, so just a little less than 50% win rate. Given my goal of 10% wins, I think we're doing quite admirably. And some of our losses can be pinned to a key mistake one of the three of us made. Since we can identify those, we can improve on them, and hopefully our win rate will continue to improve.
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