Tame Dragon specific Build/Random Enchant
I love the addition of dragons, but right now they feel a bit weak and only contribute to some kind of support or vanity. For a heavy price of 6talent Points and in draft mode, your whole early drafts, i would like to have a dragon tame centric build.
-If you have a Speer equipt, Learn Dragon Charge which lets you and your Dragon charge at the target, deal elemental damage (based on your dragon brood) and stun the target.
-If you have an Flying or Elder dragon, lets you mount your dragon, removing your pet as entity but increasing your attackspeed/damage and movement speed...also your outdoor out of combat movementspeed (adapteds to your riding skill)
Casting a spell akin to your tamed dragons brood element (like Black = shadow, Green = Nature...etc.) Grants you a stack of "forbidden knowlegde" increasing your casting speed and mana cost by 1% for 5 secs, stacking 50-times. But also reducing your tamed pets attackspeed by 1%. When you reach 50stacks, killing your pet and transforming you into a Drakonid increasing your spelldamage for the representive element by 100% for 20 seconds.
Those are just some examples, not to taken for face value
It is especially annoying that they don't utilize some very nice benefits.
Like the energy based dragons (only the melee wyrmguard of each dragonflight it seems)
have no spammable energy consumer. so while you can take "Go for the Throat" in marksman, it does 100% nothing. your pet always has enough every to spam every ability on cd, but will also spend its entire time at full energy, with or without the talent. (so no point to include tamed dragons on this talent)
The mana dragons being able to receive replenishment is good. they can also get lifetap if you take Mana Feed (demonology)
but you can't benefit from Invigoration (beast mastery) with anything but a tamed beast, and Go For The Throat.. should restore mana to the various pets as appropriate.
As such, tame dragon is strictly inferior for.. basically every build that might want a pet. no dragons are good enough to use 6 ability points, and talent points to potentially support it. its like a semi-thoughtless dot that deals around 50 dps.. with a terrible scaling ratio.