Strengths wrote:A Eleman shaman : wf + 3 geared warrs + FAPS = bye bye midle fights with ALy !
WSG - Aly prem cant do nothing!
The best set up for H is -
-3 arms warrs
- 1 elem shaman
- 2 disci priest
- 1 exceptional hemorage rogue
- 1 frost mage
- 1 lock
- 1 druid
Strengths is a cool guy but he is clueless in terms of PVP organisation etc, we all love u papito, but its the truth.
Horde and warriors dont cope at all, the lineup he just linked would probably ( ONLY PROBABLY) be strong in middle and maybe against a bad team, but would have no chance actually wining the game, which happens to be about flag carrying, and horde doesnt rely on freedoms and dispels, making it twice as hard than it is for alliance on that matter. With this set up against some ally prem with 1 or 2 hunters (most usual lineup for ally) they would all be oom after first mid fight, being free caps for alliance,even if they won 1st fight.
Horde set up usually relies on a caster cleave to be efficient, talking at TOP level premades ofc, something like:
3 priests(1 can be shadow), priests are the only friendly dispelers in horde so gg having less than 3.
2 mages (AT LEAST)
1 warrior (just here to put MS and then keep slowed the other half of the game).
this game is a good example, it was some prem v prem long time ago, both teams are decent but horde was lacking priests and having too many warrs. Consequence : being strong in middle, but unable to keep up vs slows and cc from a heavily strong ally team in terms of hunters/mages.