Let me say right off the bat: this isn't as good as Hoff 4 & 5. I forced myself to make the decision last night to scrap the movie and start anew or to release what I had. I went with the latter. I hope this does not dissuade you from watching it. I think it's a fairly good movie; I just don't want you to be disappointed.
What's worse about it? Well, the arena teams are high 2300's to low 2500's (in my previous two movies, the teams were generally high 2500's to mid 2600's). In defense of the clips, I believe we play just as well. I'm often left with a number of cooldowns up at the end of the matches whereas against a higher-rated team I probably would have been forced to blow them.
There's no world PvP, unfortunately. I tried, but running around in an enemy city can get boring and frustrating. I did a couple voice-over commentaries to test the waters. I'd like to hear what you think of them. The movie should be helpful in general to Retadins developing their arena knowledge.
Here's my Sacred Shield tracker:
I run as 7/11/53 for just about the entire movie. Is it better than 20/51 with SoC for Arms/Ret/R. Druid? Not necessarily. They each have merits and I suggest you try both and decide for yourself which you like more.
I may seem a bit lazy with SS in some of the clips. It's a super important tool, but you need to know when to prioritize damage ahead of it.
The song list is at the end of the movie, as always. If you want it, watch until the end and pause when it comes up.
My next movie (if I'm energetic enough to make one :P) will be entirely 3.3. I'm considering having the arena clips be Prot War/Ret/R. Druid. Yes, I realize that would start a huge flame-fest. :D
It's a pretty sweet comp. You see, Arms/Ret/R. Druid struggles against Wizard Cleave. Having your warrior go Prot allows you to turn the tables on these comps. It gives me sweet, sweet vindictive pleasure to beat Wizard Cleaves in this manner.