Druid PvP - What would you do?
Disrupter — Tue, 02/10/2009 - 10:13
Hello everyone! I'd like a couple peoples opinions on the subject of Druid PvP. Primarily 2v2 and 3v3 for those whom are curious.
My rogue partner on my druid and I have decided that mage rogue will be a stronger comp, and we've started playing mage rogue. Now, that leaves Disrupta without any arena teams. My 2v2 partners with my mage, my 3v3 partner's quit or left the team, and my 5's team all have their noise in the air about how "bad" the system is and don't feel like playing.
Since moonkin is terrible in 2v2, if I wanted to do moonkin I'd have to find a healer and a peeler for 3's...
Resto Druid's can pair up with Hunter, Rogues, Ret Pallies, Dk's or even a Warlock.
Feral's would want a Healer, Holy Paladin , Resto Shaman or Disc Priest.
And Moonkin if properly pressured is a shitty healer the entire match and does very little more than that.
Looking at the charts and such, It shows that Feral is far ahead all the other specs in 2v2. But Feral needs pve gear to pull off well... and I can't get said pve gear without being a pve kitty dps and that's not an option.
So I'm in a dillema, my initial guess at the beginning of WOTLK was that feral was the spec to be in arena, and I was right, but my other guess was that I'd need pve gear, which is also right... I could do decently as feral with a good healer with just pvp gear but the primary thing about feral is it do enough burst/pressure.
They're also nerfing resto druids, by nerfing their out of combat regen - and - their innervate mana returns. As resto I'd have a very hard time drinking due to a risk of them switching to my partner and gibbing him even with hots up. And they're giving ferals more survivability so more pve gear is usable, a shield in bear form omnomnom.
So that's my situation, if you were in my shoes and wanted to hit max ratings, what would you do. And if you say reroll a paladin, you'd probably be right, but that's not what I want to do ;p.