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10-22-2008 @ 8:46AM
Actually the miss penalty for TG is still 12%. Only the coefficient for special attacks (yellow) will be reduced to 5%.
10-22-2008 @ 9:09AM
Stiksy, you're wrong. The TG penalty only ever applied to specials. White damage was and is affected by the dual-wield penalty, which for a boss is still 28%.5% is awesome. I feel like somewhat of a fool for even bothering to get soft capped for 12% on live but ah well.Now, locks need some serious help. Destro DPS is pretty abysmal at 70 and the rotation is just ridiculously overcomplicated compared to every other class.
10-22-2008 @ 10:16AM
yeah, seeing that since the game started you spammed one spell basically....bout time destro got some spell rotation, since affliction has had that from the start and now its gotten worse.welcome to shadow priest, affliction locks, rogues having to watch combo points with timing on SaD, healers having to debuff and heal, tanks having to handle multiple mobs....oh wait... welcome to actually having to play your class
10-22-2008 @ 2:42PM
wow infection just wtfpwned
10-22-2008 @ 5:27PM
I don't disagree with you, but last night our #1 on damage in BT was a frost mage spamming frostbolt, nothing else. Same rotation, different classes.
10-23-2008 @ 6:02AM
Well this is definitely good news for fury warriors. And this change has cemented fury as the second spec for my prot warrior. My lock however has been giving me nothing but grief. I raided as fire and shadow destro before the patch to much success...but since the patch he's been left far behind the shamans and pallies I used to obliterate miserably. What gives? Not that I mind once down trodden DPS specs getting buffed...but the warlock is strictly a DPS class, it's all they do, yet now they pale in comparison to other classes "off specs." It's just disheartening when I'm below ret pallies and shamans in friggen S2 on the charts. QQQQQQQQQQQQQ
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