Azerite trait weights has a good way of choosing what trait is best for you. It also takes a string from bloodmallet similar to pawn.
Erm. I know it's a stupid question, but is it actually fine to stream with all the chestage showing? o.o
Anyone relying on a shaman to dispel their poisons in King's Rest is going to be in for a bad surprise cause shaman lost the ability to dispel poisons the same time priests did.
Always enjoy these articles, thank you
It should be noted that the ticks in Underrot have been nerfed significantly. They'll still kill ya but they're a bit less hurty.
Azerite trait weights is awesome. Just like JB.
best tip for kings rest? take a blood DK, if i wasnt so atached to my orc i would race change to belf and have all the tools that dung need in a single char.grip can even stop non-interrupt casts, like the room of death when the guy starts to channel lighting u grip and it stops giving a big uptime on dmg and cleave in that one. u can also grip the bladestorm to u away from the focused target.control undead greatly reduces packs dmg (perma CC beserks for last) and increases urs dmg (beastmasters) and leaving them to kill when only 1 mob left. just make sure to control the last beastmaster and set focus on it to refresh it.spamable aoe slow, stun, mass grip.. if ur a belf blood DK ur done.Kings rest is by far my fav dung due to this.
Thank you, the comments on the weekly affixes are very useful for me, please keep posting it.
Good article, there is one issue though a shaman can only dispell curses (+magic as a heal). Not sure how this shall help with the poison situation in King's Rest^^
I'm sorry if it's a dumb question, but I'm super casual and also a not English speaker, so can anyone explain what does "Quaking" mean, please? Thanks!
Dang, I watch JB 6+ hours a day and still learn something new from reading these every week. <3
Yee, Temple of Sethraliss, such easy instance on this idJust look at this https://imgur.com/DH6tJLy]:D