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So I was wondering is it still worthy to use this Talent after the nerf takes place?
And if it isn't I assume that Grimoire of Service will be the best choice?
Then we get to my real question.
On a PVP note. What would be the best pet against said comp if you do use the talent Grimoire of Service?
What spec, PvP or PvE...
You need to give us more info if you're going to ask questions. We can't smell what you mean.
If you mean Affliction PvE and GoS, it'll only be a 1-2% nerf, so yes. GoS will still be the strongest.
Edited by Elviryn on 01/02/2013 12:50 GMT
Demonology I roll with:
Melee cleaves: felguard service pet.
Caster cleaves: felhunter service pet.
For destruction and affliction I roll with:
Grim: supremacy: observer, because of the constant purges.
I do think service might still be better here though.
Against DK teams I prefer going for sacrifice cus he'll kill the pet through dots. When it's almost dead I can sacrifice it and silence a second time.
Even when they do, if they follow some kind of logic on the nerf, we should still see GoSac on top for patchwerk fights. But alot of other fights than that, I think GoSup will be a lot stronger than it is currently for aff and also for destruction.
use imp against KFC, move it away from you so it doesnt get caught in aoe-cc or dmg and dies, and so it always got Line of Sight to your healer, dispel every hunters frost-trap on your healer, summon voidwalker for disarm on hunter/warrior or felhunter for silence on healer, depending on you current setup.
KFC is really just a big counter to warlock, its harsh but true ..
i play affliction so this is from an affliction lock point of view
as much as I like the idea of GoSup the observer is weaker v comps with mage than felhunter, because they can steal there buffs back, from pvp point of view still think goSac or goServ are better (unless your demo), goSac still allows for 2 spell locks so its still my choice
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