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5-29-2008 @ 5:02PM
I don't see anything wrong with his gems... are you just mad because he didn't stack nothing but attack power? 0_o
5-29-2008 @ 5:10PM
Learn2HunterkthxbaiAGI gems all the way due to the fact it's both Crit and AP, and the scaling with raid buffs (blessing of Kings especially) is fantastic.So really, to keep his Meta gem working, the only slots he shouldn't be using 10+ AGI gems are the 2 Yellow spots on the chest, in which case a Green (Yellow/Blue) pair will do the job.I know, such concept is beyond most idiots playing the Hunter class.
5-29-2008 @ 5:22PM
He's downed Kil'Jaeden. Unless you have, I really, really don't think you have any right to criticise him; the fight sort of demands you're not a 'Complete tard'.
Oh, one of those "ALL AGI GEM, SOCKET BONUS, STAT BALANCING BE DAMNED" huntards. The only hunters that should be this obsessed with agi are SV hunters and guess what? He's not one.I feel safe ignoring you now.PS: The fact that you're endorsing green gems for a raiding hunter is even more laughable. Go back to Kara.
5-29-2008 @ 5:34PM
4STR4STALeatherBelt wrote "scrub", "tard", "clueless", "idiotic", "Learn2Hunterkthxbai", "idiots".Hmm... yes... he's definitely green with envy... :D
5-29-2008 @ 11:37PM
10 agi with kings buff is 11 agi - that's right, despite kings looking great when applied to your ENTIRE agility, it is a percentage and can be broken down thus.so kings will give you an extra 1rap and approx 0.5 crit rating for any given 10agi gemand so you would socket that gem over a 10AP/5crit gem (yellow gem) into a yellow slot and lose the set bonus which in itself is probably +4 AP or +4 agi or something similar as it is on most hunter items? scrub indeed.
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