In the world of wow, the death knight class is one the most popular one. As Wrath almost winding down and only the Ruby Sanctum before us at some nebulous point in the not-too-distant future, many players are wandering about with full PvE gear and currency tabs full of emblems in the hope of finding a place to go. One simple choice is to let off some of that steam is with PvP. This is absolutely not a pure guide about every aspect of death knight PvP. It is expected that you can have a good starting and get appropriate gear. Certainly, there is a great deal more to learn since the PvP combat strategy and tactics are always dynamic and changing. A good foundation in stats and speccing is the best choice for a good starting.
If you care much about PvP, you will be speccing unholy, which is very useful since it not only gives you extra resistance to magic damage, but permit you to stack massive, armor-ignoring magic damage between Scourge Strike, diseases and Death Coil, and giving you an extra form of crowd control and healer harassment through the Ghoul. The way you spend points in the frost tree is equally important. Frost tree is the place where you may want to grab Runic Power Mastery. After finishing the above procedure, you will be able to churn out three Death Coils. Toughness will help you rise to tier 2, offering some resistance again snaring effects.
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At this stage, grabbing Icy Reach will let you apply Chains of Ice from further away, and Black Ice makes your Death Coil hit that much harder. Certainly, you are going to get what you actually came here for in the next two tiers: Lichborne and Endless Winter. The former one provides you with another get-out-of-trouble-free card and a way to self-heal with Death Coil. At the same time, the latter leads the Mind Freeze free to use and gives you some extra strength for bursting down enemies.