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    Default Best PA element for a PvP Mage?

    I think these planar attunements are gonna work well to increase mage survivability on the WF. Extra INT + END + resist well make us even harder to kill. If people thought chlorolock was a hard kill before wait until we start seeing them with PAs backing them up.

    So I am think either Death or Life for the INT or END and the resistance. What do you think?

    The resistance seems really low now, but I am hoping the tier 2 and 3 have more of it.

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    I would probably say earth

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cadman1 View Post
    I would probably say earth
    Well, earth does have END and staff mastery, but resistance vs earth damage is the least desirable one.

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    Earth has staff and wand sp along with endurance.
    Last edited by Cadman1; 10-01-2011 at 08:56 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cadman1 View Post
    Earth has staff and wand sp along with endurance.
    That may be so but the resistance is all but useless. I rather take advantage of getting a useful resistance.

    Been running ACT in the WF and it seems that next to physical damage, death damage is the next highest for damage taken. Not really much of a surprise, and what I figured to be.

    I think death is a good pick as a first one; you'll get the INT which will work with Raised in Nature some. Of course if any give out AC buffing in the tier 2 of 3 that would make a good pick.
    Last edited by Jeremiahcp; 10-01-2011 at 10:58 PM.

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