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12-05-2007 @ 11:02AM
Ummm...Beating your sick dog with a stick is shameful. Wearing a cloth chestpiece with through the roof healing/spell damage specs until you pick something better up is simply a choice in a video game. =PI am a casual player - I realize that there are awesome healing pieces out there of the plate variety, but I haven't been able to obtain them yet. Currently, I'm saving for the Season 1 stuff available for BG points, but until then I'll be in cloth when I need max healing capability. You do have a point about the pvp though - I think I should def. save that cloth piece for main healing PVE, not for PVP. I could wear my full prot set and still have enough healing capability/MP5 for most BG situations. So, if I swap my prot chest with my cloth and leave the rest of the healing gear on, I'm sure I'll still heal fine. But now I'm just thinking out loud, hehe. For the light!
12-05-2007 @ 12:51PM
Hehe, I'm not saying that it can't be used just that it's makes me a sad panda to see lvl 70 clothadins. Part of the defining characteristics of the class is our survivability and the cloth really defeats that purpose :) There is also usually quite a lot of spirit on cloth that is mostly a wasted stat for us.I play 2-3 hours a night 4-5 nights a week (sometimes more on weekends) and I used and abused gear rewards from quests and instances while leveling up. If you grind your way to 70 (ouch) then I can understand you might not see much of that but if you are doing the quests there is SO much to choose from now. Especially if you can get some Badges of Justice under your belt. The new mail and plate pieces added with 2.3 are awesome, not to mention the shield, trinkets, cloaks, etc. And as you mentioned honor points and arena points can help fill gear gaps as well (500 more arena points to my new weapon, woot!).BTW, love the new reply button in the comments!
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