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4-01-2008 @ 11:03PM
Xonate, are you serious? Tell me you're not serious.There's a few problems with your "basic math", namely:* Your figure for number of swings doesn't take into account crusader strikes or other extra attacks.* You accounted for Judgement of the Crusader in your Righteousness figure but not in your SoC figure. Why? SoC is holy damage just like righteousness.* You accounted for actually judging the seal in your Righteousness figure but not in your SoC figure. Judgement of Command is actually the same effect as Judgement of Righteousness (instant holy damage) except MORE damage, as well as the fact it does *double* damage against stunned or incapacitated enemies. It's strictly better.Seal of Command damage scales with your weapon damage (by which I mean your weapon dps itself as well as your attack power). What does Seal of Righteousness scale with? Your spell damage. Which you won't have any of, because none of your other attacks scale with it, and you'd be gimping your overall damage output by doing so.Honestly, if you had actually tried any of this on live you'd probably have figured it out for yourself.If you want to talk math, post an armory so we can actually compare, since your seal of command numbers seem to be pulled out of thin air. I'll be happy to go through the figures with you.
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