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3-26-2008 @ 12:39AM
At face value, a decent post, but upon re-reading, I'm underwhelmed.To be honest, I find the title of "Guide" misleading, as you've barely skimmed the surface of the gear on offer. You haven't mentioned any of the new MT/H-MT loot (of which multiple epic chests are availble) and haven't discussed old badge gear (legs vs legs, compare stats with armor pen, for instance?).On top of this, you keep comparing the gear to T6 and related BT gear - more than a little condescending considering that badge farmers are more than likely the people who are still running Kara/ZA/Lurker/Loot Reaver, let alone Hyjal/BT and beyond.I know you state this is as your intention, but really, whats the point?Unless someone has just happened to accumulate badges, do you REALLY think anyone in full Gronnstalker's is going to start doing daily heroics/Kara again for badges? Didn't think so.Thanks for the effort, but severely lacks the detail to label it as a guide. The pally one is a much better example with stat for stat comparisons and a nice "Is it worth it?" finale.
4-07-2008 @ 12:57PM
Without sounding like a total idiot, where did you get the 'sweet spot' 1.7 speed from?I am trying to maximize my damage as a BM hunter. :)Thanks for the guide, btw...can't wait to get my paws on that loot.
4-07-2008 @ 1:52PM
Takari - The basic idea with Beastmastery DPS is that you want to be weaving your Steady Shots in between your Auto Shots with as little dead time as possible. With about 1.7 attack speed and the proper macros, you'll be able to have 1 steady shot going off every 1 Auto Shot with almost no downtime in between the shots for maximum dps. You may need a few extra 10ths of a second if you have higher latency though.
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