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3-12-2008 @ 1:49PM
Improved Berserker Stance (5/5) - Increases attack power by 10%"Taking this talent means it's generally more beneficial to stack attack power rather then strength"I'm not sure I agree with you on that point. Much theorycrafting and testing (http://www.tankspot.com/forums/damage-per-second-discussion/32361-dw-fury-guide-4th-edition.html) shows its better to stack strength when you can as attack power does not scale with buffs such as Blessing of Kings. But I guess that's just nitpicking- solid build, though.
3-12-2008 @ 1:58PM
mindreader what you were saying about stacking AP gems that is COMPLETELY RETARDED because for a warrior unlike a rogue 2xstrength=your ap. Ive always had this spec its just been a lot of variation of it but taht was prior to finding meek's guide. everysince i found hes guide im usually top top 5 in dps
3-12-2008 @ 2:05PM
uhm .... lets think about this 1 str = 2 AP for warriors so there fore stacking stregth is always better since str scales with buffs and straight AP does not.therefore Blessing of Kings will up your str ... therefore increasing your AP. Imp zerker stance does not care where you get the AP from it just boosts you AP STR should always be taken instead of straight AP.
3-12-2008 @ 2:31PM
Seconding Epoc.In a raid situation, which is what this build is designed for, 1 Str = 2.2 AP. That's more AP per itemization point than straight up AP.So don't make the mistake of gearing for AP over Str.
3-12-2008 @ 4:49PM
Khanster:I was quoting the author.... sheesh. In any case, Epoc sums up the confusion nicely.
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