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4-24-2008 @ 10:04PM
Finally some Shadow love! Not much different from my pre raid shadow grind spec. I am currently running a conventional Shadow raiding spec so I am missing my silence that I loved to use so much on casters. On the other hand I have over 1200+ Shadow damage so I just melt thier faces. http://www.wowarmory.com/character-sheet.xml?r=Alleria&n=HamacusThis weekend I get my uber dagger, (Scryer's Blade of Focus), and maybe some stamina pants as Spellstrike set is extremely low on stam. I love healing as well and tend to respec after our guild runs to a deep Holy build down to CoH. It's a sure way to get a run. I love being able to view things from both sides of the fence.The rush you get when you save someone from death is only surpassed by the thrill of sending them there. Hope to see continuing stories on all things Shadow on the Insider.
4-25-2008 @ 3:14AM
Do NOT break SS set over some other pants. SS set together is better than most other pants/helm combinations. Sure, you are missing stam but if you aren't doing enough damage then mobs will die slower and hit you for longer periods of time
4-25-2008 @ 9:26AM
As Hoho said,Don't just replace them because they are low on stam. The proc from Spellstrike is godlike and is not worth breaking unless you have a decent upgrade for both slots, or a very good upgrade for one of them. Personally I've had spellstrike until just recently and it has served me very well, I had the Trousers of Astromancer in my bank, gemmed and enchanted ready for use, for SEVERAL months before I finally got an upgrade for the head which made it worthwhile to replace both pieaces. If you're wondering, I got lucky and am now wearing the Hood of Absolution :3On the other hand, sure get a pair of "stamina" pants, but only use them for fights where you'd need high hp for any reason.
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