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Howdy, everybody! So with the release of Legion, I thought I'd make a more updated guide to the basics of the warrior class in World of Warcraft. I did this because my old guide was about 2 years old and was made when MoP was still current! Crazy, I know. But nonetheless, I made the guide so that I could help new warriors learn the fundamentals of their class. It covers stuff such as the resource that the Warrior uses, how it's generated, what is common among the specializations, the benefits of choosing different races for your warrior (takes up the majority of the video's time), and much more! And if this video is able to help even one person out there learn and understand the warrior a little better, it will have been worth making. The video is about 20 minutes long, so grab a drink and/or snack and enjoy the video! :D
I just came back to playing after a huge break. Basically everyone told me not to play affliction warlock in legion, so I did anyways hehe =(
Ofc I am in a very weak spot now, thank god I have a guild who I can raid with anyways.
My main issue now is: regardless of the weak affliction-specc. Simulation-.-craft.org tells me I can reach 230k DPS. Is this buffed (flask,food etc) because there is no way I can reach this. I can reach like 150k (no buffood,flask etc).
edit: btw I'm not letting dots run out; my gear has the right stats etc
Second issue: No matter what talents I choose -> the outcame is only a minor difference. I am struggling with the use of contagion and soul effigy (here I don't know which dots i keep going - 35% dmg / global cooldown effectiveness?) because of the much RNG I get (shard generation + soulproccs of artifact).
It feels smoother to just go for absolute corruption and soul conduit because I can just use shards+souls together without hoping for frequent proccs of both simultaniously.
Glad I take all advice you can give me.
+ I just hope for another big patch of course. But I guess none is coming before few weeks of raiding.
Sincere regards a PvE-newcomer/comeback amateur hehe :(
So recently, I uploaded a guide to YouTube that helps new Warriors learn how to play the class. It covers many topics such as choosing a race, the rage system, helpful addons, and much more. I built this guide with the intention to help new warriors out there that may be struggling with their class and need a guide to get them started. If you have any comments, questions, corrections, ideas, or (constructive) criticisms, then leave them in the comment section of the video as I will see them much sooner there and be able to provide a faster response.
If you enjoy the video, please remember to leave a like as it helps me out! Thank you! :D
So i just started WoW a few days ago, and i like it alot!
I have been leveling with my friend and im wondering what spec i should choose, i know i dont want the shadow one cause i want to do healing.
Do you have any suggestions? or maybe the priest or healing isnt recommended for beginners?
Please let me know
I have recently picked up Hearthstone, my previous TCG experience being limited to Magic the Gathering. Now that I have leveled all the nine characters to level 10 to unlock their basic class specific cards it is time to decide which character to develop primarily, and, even more important, which deck to work towards with crafting.
Of the nine characters the three I liked most so far were Warlock, Mage and Priest. May have to do with the fact that in M:tG I was most comfortable playing blue based late game control decks, and I found similar enjoyable here, so ideally my target deck of choice would be of the late game control variety as well. More importantly, though, it should be competitive. I also browsed the suggested deck lists for a bit, and got some impressions. On to the clases I liked:
Clearly the big selling point is the hero power, almost custom made for controllish game play. The Handlock deck from the deck section looks very interesting, albeit maybe a little bit weak to direct damage.
Seems to have about the best or at least most efficient control spells of all the clases (Fireball, Polymorph, ...). The Freeze Mage deck looked very interesting, probably the most intriguing of hte bunch because of its relatively unique gameplan. However the big weakness to the warrior is a bit of a downer.
During my run to level 10 it felt like the most controlling of all the three. However, it also seems to be most reliant on a big board presence. No minions to heal is a big disadvantage, naturally. As such it also seems the most vulnerable to any sort of sweepers, not sure how much of a detriment this will be later on.
So my question to those of you familiar with the Hearthstone constructed 'endgame': With which of these three classes will I become the happiest?