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1-29-2008 @ 4:55PM
This is such a complicated subject..There are some who like the drain team in which case you might want to take the points with improved stings. A tactic for that is sting > silence shot. Then attempt to get the 3 second aim'd shot because the person is focusing on getting rid of the sting. But that doesnt always happen against a good pvp'er. I must also really say I dont know if as a marks hunter I'd ever take CE. If you've got all season one, and stacking agi with gem's aside so, just being friendly you can say you've got 500+ agi. If you were even a regular raider and all kara/gruul's purples getting you around the 600-650 agi you'll only get 10-13 more agi for 2 points. That equates to less than 1% crit. The int buff is more friendly towards us in the pve world because we always are having mana issue's and lacking the decreased mana shots it seems neccesary but do the math. It's not a ton more. Will it matter in a 20 second match? Maybe people can make use if they are stacking other stats elsewhere. I would suggest you can use the 2 points better elsewhere with improved stings and arcane shot. Though it's fun to have that arcanejump ability. :-) I think it won the slam dunk contest a few years ago, not sure. Have to check.Rapid fire is really raider oriented because of the cooldown but I'm sure you can make use of it somehow. But again if you really want that arcanejump shot then you have to drop these.The flip to all that is it's extremely easy to mana drain out little int pool you might want to get the lesser mana per shots and get 2 1h weapons to attach +30 int to them. You must get surefooted. That 15% movement imparing effects is amazing in pvp unless you got all the jems and can spare the points. In the end really, it's all about the gem's, enchants and crit+hit and gear to match with your spec. good hunting!
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