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7-17-2008 @ 3:18AM
In the world of PVE, anything that drops that people claim they want to use for PvP should be relegated to the "off-spec" category and always take a backseat to people who are using it for PVE for their main spec.
7-17-2008 @ 7:16AM
7-17-2008 @ 10:22AM
Agree.When I was just leveling my tank warrior, I ended up with Terokk's Nightmace (+25 Stamina, some Expertise, decent speed) dropping on my first run through Setthek Halls. The rogue in the group insisted that it was a rogue weapon. I beat his need roll by 1.But yes, people should be respectful of main/off set needs and not need for offset unless no one is needing for main set. And PvP is offset.
7-17-2008 @ 5:49PM
hmm..not sure i agree. People do PvP to get gear for PvE, which is their main focus. Can't it be the other way around? for a lot of people PvP is the endgame. Blizz has made it clear that they view this as a totally viable option. I wasn't able to read the original post (Damn internet filter at work). The trinket mentioned would be an excellent PvP trinket for a Hunter, rogue, war or pally. I would guess that the same people who disagree with the hunter getting the trinket would also feel that PvP is unimportant/ not a viable end game option
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