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#1 LuuKramm

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Posted 21 November 2014 - 08:29 PM

Hi ppl, my main and also my oldest character is an elementalist lvl 79, which I abandoned it while leveling up another characters. Now I'm looking for keep playing with it but i don't know if use it only for the holy bliss (considering that my damage is worthless..) or be a druid (that I was a long time ago and i have the gear of both jobs) to join some guild and go to raids.

 

What do you recommend?

 

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#2 Kazuul

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Posted 22 November 2014 - 04:08 AM

Elementalists are going to change right now and they have new debuff skills. Elems can now debuff up to 25% (if i'm not wrong) each of the elements with 4 new skills, those called hydrophobia, aerophobia and so on. To my mind, they are better than druids for raids taking into account that druids are going to be focused more on transformations than before. It is better holy bliss for HP buff than promise of trust for defense because of prot and rad defense buffs. Both promise and holy aren't party buffs and it seems there isn't any intentions to change it...

 

Check the previews:

http://forums.warppo...w-elementalist/

http://forums.warppo...attle-magician/

http://forums.warppo...-preview-druid/


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#3 LuuKramm

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Posted 22 November 2014 - 01:20 PM

ohh I see, I'll keep being elem then :)

 

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#4 Kazuul

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Posted 22 November 2014 - 01:48 PM

ohh I see, I'll keep being elem then :)

 

thank you

 

You're welcome :)


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