Moving to the final description of Druids. This time we are talking about the wild specialization WoTLK Classic Gold. This bag boasts some of the greatest burst damage you can get in the game . It is also equipped with powerful mobility. You’re absolutely great in chasing down targets due to a passive speed buff and tat and 10 shifts practically every slow in the game.
There is a three-minute cooldown that, is activated and allows you to absolutely destroy any target is in your vicinity. You can also take advantage of predatory strikes allowing you to make instant cyclones whenever you make a final movement. abusing this and constantly moving in your opponent is necessary to maintain your pressure.
Why you’d like to be a feral player is because you enjoy being a highly mobile melee class , with instant casting cc’s and incredibly high burst damage when popping your cooldowns. One reason why you would not want to play a feral is because it has a pretty hard learning curve because you are flexible and could be forced to do defensive if you find yourself in a position that is not yours for only a few seconds.
When you’re forced to bear form, you don’t do much more than wait to get healed. A great Pharaoh will be focused on their goal throughout the game. They and will not hesitate to charge their healer, or any DPS who tries to remove them and utilizing their large collection of CSC to keep them and their whole team in front, and never lose any tension. And the final class that we’ll be discussing is the legendary death knight.
You can play both frost and unholy and arena however Holi is much more prevalent and also much stronger so I will only focus Holi on holiday decays cheap WoTLK Gold. Holi when decays fall on holidays. They have some of the highest raw damage in the entire game and a decent amount of potential for their own as well as their teams.