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11-18-2008 @ 6:04PM
Late tier 5 quality gear and only replaced one piece which was actually only a side-grade =[
11-18-2008 @ 11:21PM
Your 70 epics are going to function more like epics gotten at any level 1-69. If you twink out your level 40 with some epic pieces, they usually last longer than 3 levels. I ' ve been replacing most of my kara epics with blues from 73-75 dungeons, but I ' m still wearing some level 70 blues. The greens won ' t be replacing many epics simply because they don ' t have the carefully allocated points that blues and epics do. Give it time.
11-19-2008 @ 12:06AM
Well, I think we have to all agree tho...that alot of these greens look amazing...I've been tempted to toss an epic for a green just because of the way it looks
11-19-2008 @ 3:17PM
Can I ask what class/spec you're playing? I'm leveling my shadow priest. I started out in ~T5 equivalent gear (2.3 and 2.4 badge gear, frozen shadow weave, etc). At least it was considered t5 equiv. But shadow priest itemization has changed quite a bit. Spirit and Crit were not very useful in the past, so my gear had almost none of either. Because of this, combined with my goal of increasing spirit as much as possible to aid leveling through spirit tap, I've replaced nearly half my gear at level 73. I lost about 50dps actually from the focus on spirit, but I have no mana problems and don't ever have to stop to drink while questing or in dungeons.The irony is that I was originally very annoyed with the major changes to our itemization priorities. But it's turned out to be a lot of fun to find upgrades (or side grades) so early on. Especially since the spirit I'm collecting isn't nearly as much of a waste when I get to raiding as it was in TBC.
11-19-2008 @ 9:40AM
I am going to hit Northrend tonight on my Deathknight. So everything I get is going to be an upgrade.
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