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11-21-2007 @ 9:29AM
@7 Nice work on that link you posted.This 2.3 ZA/badge gear is one reason that I opted to get the trinket from Hydross (Scarab of Displacement), along with times that I need to wear a resist set of gear. It's all about options for me, and alot of this new gear fills in some holes where I didn't have T5 or T5 equivalent gear.I have to admit, I was not pleased that they were adding T5 equivalent gear in terms of badge rewards, however, since it's gone live I have learned to embrace it. I still never forget how hard it was back in the day to put together a pre-40 man tank set, and even with a little T1 mixed in after you started MC, it was a challenge at times to hit the old defense un-critable mark. I wasn't tanking during the pre-Dire Maul days, so I really can't imagine the time and effort it took then. You have soooo many options now, with rep rewards, crafted items, enchants, gems that with crafty itemization and use of these things available, the new defense mark is so much more attainable than it has ever been.With all this said though, I'd still like to see Blizz sharpen the gear curve a little more...Not to the pre-BC levels, but a happy medium. The jump from 10 man gear to 25 man gear, and the jump from tier to tier should be alot more noticable and rewarding than what it is now.
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