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2-06-2008 @ 9:51AM
I'm still confused by the "shockadin is dead" statement. Especially because you are pointing at additional free spelldamage as what killed the spec. I mean my shock damage has actually improved since the change. And I heal even better. Those are my two jobs, and I feel I do them better than ever.I guess I have a different approach to the spec than other people, because I don't DPS in groups. I mean I heal in instances and I shock solo. Did anybody ever bring a shockadin to a group for DPS?
2-06-2008 @ 10:06AM
yeah i'd have to agree with you guys, i actually have points in vindication and eye for an eye, it was a tough decision, i put 2 into PoJ instead of 3/3 but really i think everyone's arguments just goes to show you how versatile this build can be. i went 5/5 imp SoR and 2/3 Lights Grace. i found that light's grace at 2/3 procs often enough that i could use the last point elsewhere, but really it's goes back to the versatility, depending what aspect of the game ur applying this build to allows you to throw points around here and there. personally this is my "all purpose" build. i pretty pvp most of the time and enjoying healing BG's, the points in Ret just allow me to fight off people if i need to, and for me spamming HL is the last thing i want to do in a heated battle.all great arguments and mostly great comments, if anything the part of the bloggers build i'd disagree with most (as did everyone else) is 5/5 vengeance.
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