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6-18-2008 @ 2:56AM
I usually dont post much on wowinsider, but honestly like the people say before this spec you posted is not a very viable spec. I am not too good in arenas but i keep a 1600+ rating on my 2s and read a lot about specs and such. If you look at this in talent calculator this is ur spec.http://www.wowhead.com/?talent=LG0xdGbqMbzZVVzuMxRMZclike the people mentioned above the main problems with this spec is no SECOND WIND. THE other problem could arguably be that it is ur preffences in play style. However the reasoning you give for why you decided to go with your spec arent good. You said u wanted survivability but ur missing second wind. You talked about saving rage, however you like to use heroic strike. People above mentioned other problem with your spec and they also mentioned some controversial, like UBW not being viable in 2s or anger management. However from what i have read those are controversial topics and arent a do or die discussion. However, second wind is a do or die.Currently this is a more helpful spec http://www.wowhead.com/?talent=LV0xdGbqMbdbZVVzm0xRZcnot your cookie cutter spec but it is still better for 2s then the one you posted. Some things that can be changed around is putting points in blood crazed instead of commanding prescience. Imp demo shout or booming voice instead of UBW. Also for a 3s or 5s spec u want to go into flurry if ur geared for high crit. http://www.wowhead.com/?talent=LV0xdGbogbzbZVVzI0xRcAGain you can tweak it out for your preffence and the same controversial topics can arise, but it still a decent spec. If you wanna see the best warriors spec in the game jsut go to SK gaming arena page and then you can armory them and see their spec. THey all have a similar spec as the ones i suggested just different tweaks here and there for preferable playstyle.
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