WoW Cloth for 3 Classes (Part 1)

WoW Cloth
By |2018-07-12T23:09:09+00:00October 18th, 2017|Categories: World of Warcraft|

Kind of squishy but intelligent, cloth wearers give the spice every MMORPG needs. Powerful, resourceful and fun to play, the WoW Cloth is for Mage, Priest, and Warlock.

Mage

Mages are very supportive with their delicious refreshments and more than useful with their teleports. They always top DPS charts and are extremely fun to play. All three specs are noticeably different and they have multiple approaches. Polymorph, Blink, Shields, Ice Block and the gorgeous Invisibility spell provide this squishy cloth wearer with something helpful to keep on living (yes, I’m talking about survivability). Portals and Time Warp make mages a must have class in World of Warcraft (WoW) for sure!

Specifications

  • Arcane: Ranged DPS. This mage is all about visuals and beautiful animations. However, Arcane is more rounded than the other specs given its ability to survive with Displacement and Greater Invisibility. The crowd control Slow, and the talent Erosion contribute to the survivability of the mage. Keep in mind that Arcane is not only about mana, it also uses “Arcane Charges.”
  • Fire: Ranged DPS. This game-style is a parade of fireballs, booms, and explooosions! It’s actually really fast-paced and simple; the rotation consists in activating many procs that make fire mages crit in battles all the time (Hot Streak). The Combustion spell gives so much in return and is worth the 2 minute cooldown. Also, they can cast Scorch while moving! Nevertheless, this spec is focused on doing damage (and damage overtime), therefore, it doesn’t have lots of surviving skills.
  • Frost: Ranged DPS. If you’re all about the pets, you can find solace in the Frost spec. After all, it has a Water Elemental! They focus on single target DPS and slowing enemies’ movement but it can do serious AoE damage with Frozen Orb and Blizzard. Between Brain Freeze applying Winter’s Chill to the target, Blizzard reducing the cooldown of Frozen Orb and the Icy Veins spell, the Frost mage is going to be throwing Ice Lance and Flurry like crazy. If you get the rotation right, rest assure the DPS is going up.

Races to Pick

  • Alliance: Dwarf, Draenei, Gnome, Human, Night elf, and Worgen
  • Horde: Blood elf, Undead, Goblin, Orc, Troll
  • Pandaren

Some Great Mages

  • Medivh, Queen Azshara, Jaina Proudmoore, Aethas Sunreaver, Aegwynn, Archmage Modera, Kalec, Kel’Thuzad, and Khadgar.

Mages’ Artifacts

  • Aluneth, Greatstaff of the Magna (Arcane) – Felo’melorn (Fire) – Ebonchill (Frost)

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Priest

Priests, the same as warriors, are a must for almost every RPG game. Priests use their holy powers to heal or punish evil enemies. Nevertheless, priests can also go dark, succumbing to the whispers of the void and turning themselves to a great DPS spec. Levitate, Angelic Feather, Mind Control, and Psychic Scream prove to be good supportive spells since they can help party members and crowd control, and don’t get me talking about Mass Dispel!

Specifications

  • Holy: In Legion, you’ll notice a Holy priest is healing you if you go from “almost dying” to “full health” in the blink of an eye. Sometimes this is very distressing, but have no fear because the Holy priest is one of the best and easier to play healers of all WoW. The Divine Hymn will save the raid party members from collapsing to the boss’ rage. This spec centers more on healing than preventing damage. Don’t worry if you’re suddenly pulled out of poop, that’s the Leap of Faith!
  • Discipline: Contrary to Holy, this is probably the most difficult healer to use. It focuses more on mitigating and absorbing damage. It’s like that because Discipline uses certain spells to heal through damage done (Atonement). Thanks to Rupture, this priest can keep the party well shielded. Plea and Penance are the main heals and Pain Suppression will save any life in danger. Worried about the AoE healing? Power Word: Radiance not only heals but also applies Atonement.
  • Shadow: Ranged DPS. Shadow priests prefer to go with a darker theme and benefit from their Shadow form. This shadow cloth wearer surely likes to mess with the heads of their enemies, applying pain and suffering to their minds. The talent Mind Bomb proves to be a powerful AoE stun and the Shadow Mend shines as a peculiar heal. The Void Eruption takes this priest to another level fuelled by Insanity, a resource different from mana. The Vampiric Touch, while doing damage, it also heals the user for as much as 50% of the damage dealt.

Races to Pick

  • Alliance: Dwarf, Draenei, Gnome, Human, Night elf, and Worgen
  • Horde: Blood elf, Undead, Goblin, Tauren, and Troll.
  • Pandaren

Some Great Priests

  • Anduin Wrynn, Sen’jin, Velen, Ishanah, Alonsus Faol, Zabra Hexx and Tyrande Whisperwind.

Priests’ Artifacts

  • T’uure, Beacon of the Naaru (Holy) – Light’s Wrath (Discipline) – Xal’atath, Blade of the Black Empire (Shadow)

Warlock

This class is the dark side of the casters family using all kinds of fel and shadow magic to fulfill their shadowy needs. Warlocks summon terrifying demons and confuse poor mortals with their foul powers. Even when they seem lone creatures condemned to hide in shadows, they are actually really helpful at parties and raids with the Soulwell and the Summoning Portal. The Soulstone evades death and Drain Life keeps the HP from going down. Overall, Warlocks have great survivability.

Specifications

  • Affliction: Ranged DPS that’s most likely to be used in battlegrounds and arenas. Affliction warlocks are all about damage over time. Agony, for example, is the most important spell of this spec and must be used on every enemy. Corruption, Drain Soul and Unstable Affliction turn this specialization into a great way to engage PvP.
  • Demonology: Ranged DPS. As the name implies, this spec focuses on summoning demons and using their powers to do sustained single target damage. Dreadstalkers, Doomguards, Infernals and Felguards give a feeling that the Demonology warlock is a spooky hunter with rare preferences.
  • Destruction: Ranged DPS. A horrendous version of the Fire Mage, it uses fire damage to inflict hell upon unfortunate enemies. Casting Havoc in more than one target and maintaining Immolate on all of them is great because it’s just a Rain of Fire away from a powerful AoE DPS.

Races to Pick

  • Alliance: Dwarf, Human, Gnome, and Worgen
  • Horde: Blood elf, Undead, Goblin, Orc and Troll

Some Great Warlocks

  • Gul’dan, Ner’zhul, Wilfred Fizzlebang, Meryl Felstorm, Archimonde and Kil’jaeden.

Warlocks’ Artifacts

  • Ulthalesh, the Deadwind Harvester (Affliction) – Scepter of Sargeras (Destruction) – Skull of the Man’ari (Demonology)

Final Thoughts

Combining specializations and talents make you switch from one game-style to another, turning the game into something versatile in case you get bored easily. You can also change specializations whenever you’d like to! Thanks for tuning in. Stay tuned for series 2.

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