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Ten Ton Hammer's Secrets to Ultimate Pwnage - The Squig Herder and Zealot

Posted Tue, Dec 09, 2008 by Brokain

Hardcore PvP'ers are the stuff of legend. Things like the infamous "MORE DoT'S!" audio track tend to scare more timid people who would like to RvR in Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning away. However, if you're not participating in WAR RvR, then you're missing out on one of the more fun aspects of the game! Want to play with the big boys? Want to be able to claim victory in the realm of DPS? Then you need a guide written specifically for those folks who rarely RvR. You need a guide that can deliver a winning strategy into your hands and make you popular with the ladies... or the guys playing ladies. You need Ten Ton Hammer's Secrets to Ultimate Pwnage!

You have a few jobs as a Squig Herder, depending on where you're at at the time. Your first job is to find the healer or caster and tell Fido to "sic balls". Sending your squig to harass the healers and casters will help out the team overall. They don't do enough damage to kill a healer outright (unless they're ignoring him completely), but they do enough to make it easier for your frontline fighters to take them down faster. Now you start throwing your long range DPS into the mix with abilities like "Plink" and "Yer Bleedin'!" and that healer's got himself a problem.


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