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3-12-2008 @ 1:13PM
I am leveling a warrior right now and i am wondering what you would attack with this, Heroic Strike? Isn't that very high on threat? I know slam is good for 2h's so that wouldn't work with dual weilding. And what stance would you stay in? I would think you would be in zerker for the crit and if you are in that, why not get Imp Berserker Rage for the 10 extra rage every 30 seconds. I'm not meaning to attack, i probably just don't understand warriors well enough.
3-12-2008 @ 3:27PM
its a rage dump. meaning odds are you are already having TOO much rage to get rid of. And yes it causes good threat, but if you have Omen and are monitoring your threat, you'll know when its smart to use.
3-12-2008 @ 1:40PM
this build you don't die if you pull aggro .. but if you're doing you're job properly you won't pull aggro. simple as that .. download a threat meter.Heroic strike is a high damage rage dump that turns one of your white damage attacks into a yellow special. yes it causes a high amount of threat but if you spec imp zerkers stance (going that deep into fury and not is just pointless) then you also have a 10% threat reduction to your abilities. Trust me you aren't going to pull aggro off of a good tank. I spam all my abilities including HS (by the way it works with windfury too) and don't pull aggro even if I don't have salv.as far as the imp zerker rage .. its basically not needed. I never have a problem with rage and don't ever take that talent.also for raiding purposes this build needs to be tweaked a bit. At least 1 dps warrior in the raid should be taking 2/5 imp demo shout and then put the other 3/5 in unbridled wrath for raid utility. the 2/5 imp demo shout will basically negate any + AP that a boss mob will have so he won't hit the tank as hard.
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