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12-21-2008 @ 6:42PM
Do they have any plans to buff arms warriors at some point? It's almost as if the arms tree is becoming the "LOLret" of this xpac.
12-21-2008 @ 6:52PM
Back in the days of original WoW my "fun" character (ie. one that isn't for raiding or PvP, but just goofing off) was a balance druid. For the Burning Crusade it was my retribution paladin. I was telling guildies the other day something must be wrong with arms warriors because I'm having too much fun playing mine. :)
12-21-2008 @ 7:14PM
As an arms warrior, and the first in dps of my raid, I can tell you are doing something wrong.
12-21-2008 @ 7:46PM
No Aracross, the rest of your raid is doing something wrong. Hunters in their current state should be heavily out-dpsing you. If you're top on damage meters - congrats. :) It means you're playing correctly! It also means your other DPS isn't.
12-21-2008 @ 7:49PM
And mike - hopefully they will fix it up. A lot of arms warriors are actually respeccing fury for DPS simply because arms is so terribad at present. I can't imageine how badly geared/played Aracross' guildies must be to be out-dpsd by an arms warrior.
12-21-2008 @ 11:34PM
Janaa, no one brags about leading in dps if it's a wipe because not everyone lived for the same length, so I am guessing that his guild is killing bosses. If the group can take out bosses they must be doing alright. Now there is still the question of progression, but that leaves the implication that had hunters been leading in dps with the same number of bosses down, people would feel everyone is doing fine, and I don't see how two even situations of progression could have been caused by improper playing and proper playing respectively.
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