Shiko wrote:thats the thing, I dont know if aoe is best, or for pure single target multihit/dots strat.
Uduwudu wrote:Shiko wrote:thats the thing, I dont know if aoe is best, or for pure single target multihit/dots strat.
Trial and error is best I imagine, and each fight is different, but the minute one person says use this, someone else found a different way to do it, and it also works.
It's more about your knowledge of the pets and your "enemy" that helps you win a larger percentage of fights ... I kinda doubt that anyone using a standardized set of pets is a winner, since it would mean that most of us can easily come up with a strategy to negate a lot of that ideology and make the fight more difficult at which point I guarantee you that your "enemy" will hit a wrong key, or make a mistake that hands you the fight.
If we're talking how to take down this one and that one and that one .. then I recommend start a mickey mouse spreadsheet so you have yourself a small list that allows you to find what you need and then put them together. SO FAR, I have not worked on "teams" because I have not needed them, and I work different pets all the time, and still get a result. My favorites still are Tarr without a bomb, and Veeshar without a bomb!
As an example, I do the Tarr fight without the bombs. They are not needed, but you got to find a way for the AoE to get done twice, and hopefully 3 times, so that your way about the fight is much easier with a good one quarter to one third of the hit points on the gladiators already gone. That is a massive "advantage", all around, and you just have to work around the 'blocks" and the fight is over.
Gráinne wrote:What's best depends on the team you're facing, and in PvP you don't get to know that before it happens.
Given the frequency of Teroclaws and Imps at the moment, I'd put my money on Cyclone AoE rather than single-target multi-hits. I'll be wrong 30% of the time, but probably right the other 70%.
Go to Val'sharah (can't even spell it!) ... and start at the bottom and fight all those Gleamhoofs ... and I'm about to start using them for leveling my pets ... if you use the Teroclaw they do OK, but if you use Anubiseth (for example) the Fawn's make it heck for you. And ... just when you hit the wrong keys they do 2 heals ... and SOAG ... they are back up to 850 hit points again after you worked so hard to get them down. I'm also gonna try the Darkshore bear and others that like to lay down.
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