Digem wrote:Aquatics do well against undead and rabbits eat them for lunch the spring rabbit just loves to see teams like this.
So a team of say toothy, spring rabbit and either a death adder or valk of yourself does the trick.
Adezero wrote:ya, fliers that can heal are a huge bitch. I thought you were talking about the common stitched pup and blighthawk
Worgenbait wrote:Quite frankly though, if I see a crawdad, a sandstormer and an aquatic with shield, I just bail. It's not worth the half hour marathon only to lose.
Maleric wrote:If you Sear Magic the Haunt, then the Valk'yr won't be dead anymore so Consume Corpse shouldn't work.
Sellys wrote:It could have been worse, at least you got to fight back. I ended up facing a Val'kyr/SS DAH/SS Qiraji on the weekend.
Ravnhawk wrote:I saw that same team and it totally wiped me out. I really hate pet p/p but I want the pet so onward LOL
Kendrah wrote:Each time it haunts, the corpse is considered a new corpse and thus is able to be consumed. Wouldn't I want to make certain that it's in haunt as long as possible? Seeing as there's only so many blocks to preventing a haunt and haunt itself doesn't have a CD. Every successful haunt is considered a new corpse and they get that free pet change in. Which ever one has consume off CD would be swapped in and consume could be done before you could sear anyway.
Maleric wrote:Are you sure the corpse created by Haunt sticks around even after the Valk'yr returns to life?
Kendrah wrote:Maleric wrote:Are you sure the corpse created by Haunt sticks around even after the Valk'yr returns to life?
The corpse doesn't stay when the haunt ends but it counts as a corpse when it's there. So, say I have pet with sear magic and it haunts. It's counted as dead then, right? And they gets a free pet swap because of that. If it brings in the bird, that bird will be faster than you. If it needs to consume that corpse, it's going to get that heal before you can get the val out of you.
So, let's say you sear and the unborn comes back to live. It is on the back row, yes. Your SM does have two round CD. So, it'll waste a turn bringing it back up, and it will haunt the next round and get another free pet swap. Now, if that other pet is faster than your and it needs to consume, it'll get that consume off before you get it out of you again. At which point, the bird's consume CD is up in the next round or two and letting it get out will just produce another corpse.
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