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    Default Scholomance 4 Mages 1 Priest 37min run (Video)

    This is a video of me multiboxing 4 mages and my friend play his priest. I have seen a lot of people saying that dungeon runs at level 60 would be too hard for 4 mages/1 priest without a tank... Yesterday I decided to record one of our runs in scholomance so I could show you guys that 4 mages and 1 priest works really good in PvE, even at level 60. So far we have been able to clear every dungeone without any problems. I am completely new to this game so I still have a lot to learn about game mechanics but I hope this video will help some of you that play 4 mages / 1 priest.

    https://youtu.be/RcKvG-UAp_E

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    Impressive - very nice. How have you been faring in Dire Maul (north) and Strath? I imagine some of the boss ogres in DM and Ramstein in Strath could be tricky without a tank?

    I'm also loving the clever use of shackle / poly as a way to keep mobs at distance - makes we want to level 2 more mages 2 60, just to try it out :-D (currently running war/pri/2xmage/lock)
    Last edited by Fuzzyboy : 10-19-2019 at 02:56 PM
    Classic - Pyrewood Village, Horde, EU

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    Thanks for sharing this, I am now fully convinced that mages make the best multiboxing team, I am leaving my warlocks and switching over to mages.

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    That's what I did Best decision made. It's just the nature of Classic

    Mages purely destroy everything. And I think there are better speccs for clearing Scholo then Frost. Soon 60 so I'll post some extreme videos :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by Madsage View Post
    Thanks for sharing this, I am now fully convinced that mages make the best multiboxing team, I am leaving my warlocks and switching over to mages.
    What is your current team and what level and what are you switching to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madsage View Post
    Thanks for sharing this, I am now fully convinced that mages make the best multiboxing team, I am leaving my warlocks and switching over to mages.
    Waiting for EatCarbs to get geared and drop a video displaying the meat grinder of 4 war windfury.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Purpleflavor View Post
    Waiting for EatCarbs to get geared and drop a video displaying the meat grinder of 4 war windfury.
    I also would like to see some geared Warrior teams buzz-sawing through clumps of mobs with an unlimited resource for DPS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Broim View Post
    I am completely new to this game so I still have a lot to learn about game mechanics but I hope this video will help some of you that play 4 mages / 1 priest.

    https://youtu.be/RcKvG-UAp_E
    You make some of us vets look bad! more videos please!
    Currently 5 Boxing 5 Protection Paladins on Whisperwind Alliance
    The Power of Five!!! ( short video )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Broim View Post
    This is a video of me multiboxing 4 mages and my friend play his priest. I have seen a lot of people saying that dungeon runs at level 60 would be too hard for 4 mages/1 priest without a tank... Yesterday I decided to record one of our runs in scholomance so I could show you guys that 4 mages and 1 priest works really good in PvE, even at level 60. So far we have been able to clear every dungeone without any problems. I am completely new to this game so I still have a lot to learn about game mechanics but I hope this video will help some of you that play 4 mages / 1 priest.

    https://youtu.be/RcKvG-UAp_E
    Clean polymorphs. What is your setup regarding that?

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    My classic team of 4xLock Priest is 22, and I will be replacing them with mages (rerolling on Ashbringer EU Alliance) I have tested these teams on pserver but because elite mob damage values are too high I was under the impression that mages can't survive some things, which is false on classic. For example skeletons at the start of Scholomance melted any clothie they touched, but on retail they hit less often, probably because they use their enrage ability way later, mobs use their abilities less often and sub 50 mob damage is way lower then on pservers.
    Last edited by Madsage : 10-20-2019 at 03:09 AM

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