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12-13-2008 @ 3:19PM
"The expertise and critical strike are icing on the cake"Aren't you being a little too kind...a "tank" ring without any avoidance or defense???I think I may not understand Warrior Tank mechanics then...Do you prefer to be bashed in the face??? I thought thats why you carried a shield... to avoid the constant pummeling...I know you need to get mad and all... but I would have to say that stacking stam and expecting spam heals isn't a very elegant way to tank...
12-13-2008 @ 4:01PM
Maybe once druid tanks reach armor cap this new tank one will be usefull.... Til then, I see more strength-wary dps classes using it. Where's the mitigation :(
12-13-2008 @ 3:26PM
As a warrior tank, I wouldn't put this in my main tanking set, but I could see it having a nice spot in my AOE trash tanking set, or the more DPS focused set I use for tanking lower level content. Still, with defense being more difficult to come by these days, it's too bad not to see it here.Of course, tanks are okay for rings already. What we need are trinkets. >.
12-13-2008 @ 3:38PM
Avoidance does not help one bit against casters that never swing at you. In those fights, having a good bunch of stamina will help a lot. Of course, a ring with resistance to the appropriate school of magic may be better in that case.
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