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12-27-2008 @ 8:26PM
I think the warrior comments are misplaced. Here's why:- Blizzard balance PvE encounters on the assumption that some raid member will be applying the Major Armor debuff. That person might be a warrior sundering, it might be a rogue exposing or it might be a hunter pet with the Acid Spit ability. If no-one in the raid is doing that, your DPS will be less, regardless of how much ArP you've got.- DPS warriors are having the exact same problem with the new percentage based ArP mechanics that other physical DPS classes (including hunters) are complaining about. DPS warriors also may have the hassle of applying sunders to get the major armor debuff.If you want someone to blame for this, you should be looking at the cloth classes that whined in TBC Arena Season 3 and onwards, when physical DPS classes could effectively make them naked with a combination of ArP talents, abilities and gear. This is why Blizzard changed it, and any fix to ArP will have to address this problem too.
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