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10-16-2008 @ 8:11AM
I have question... for not very well geared warrior (70, rather green/blue items, pre-patch hit-rating 107 (19 from 2x1H swords) does it make sense to go with TG and what build? Maybe it is better to make build like this?http://talent.mmo-champion.com/?warrior=052230212303010500221220000000000000000000000000000000000305020005500300000000000000The build on 80 will look like this:http://talent.mmo-champion.com/?warrior=052230212303010500221220231130000000000000000000000000000305020005500300000000000000The idea is to use Slam and if possible Overpowered and later Execute (of course also keeping the target bleeding). Mortal Strike for target which can heal themselfes. Of course Sword Specialization can be changed base on weapons used.BTW. it is human.
10-16-2008 @ 8:17AM
What is the best DPS PvE rotation for a UA build that goes all the way down to haunt. I am currently trying to relearn just how to do this properly with adding a new nuke on a CD and not having to refresh Corruption as frequently. Also is Imm considered good or bad and what about CoA? God I didnt want to ever have to mess with the good old UA rotation...
10-16-2008 @ 8:26AM
If you have 2 one-handed weapons, don't use Slam unless it is an instant cast. The loss of DPS from your normal swing will hurt. Also, don't use Mortal Strike if you have 2 one-handers, use Bloodthirst.If you want to stay Mortal Strike, find a beastly two-handed weapon and spam Mortal Strike and Whirlwind whenever possible.This is all basic pre 3.0 info though. Someone else might be able to give you the best theory build.
10-16-2008 @ 9:47AM
You'll want one 2-hander. I respecced full Arms with Armed to the Teeth & Cruelty. So far, it's a proc-fest, but I am loving it. I've always thought bleeds were cool, but rend has always been horrible. It's not horrible anymore with Trauma, and it can proc overpower. (yay!) I'm a pvper though.
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