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1-07-2009 @ 1:17PM
I like the single-score ranking idea more than the author of this piece. If nothing else, it gives you a good place to start comparing gear to build a list like this for yourself, especially once you start into Naxx and such and move beyond heroics. That said, here's my current lootrank.com template for my resto druid: http://www.lootrank.com/wow/wr.asp?Cla=1024&Art=4&Max=40&Gem=2&n2=1&mh=8.1&mp5=33.75&Sta=2.7&mcr=8.1&spd=20.87&Int=10&Spi=20&Ver=6&usr=&ser=&grp=www&i1=0&i3=0&i4=0&i7=0&i9=0&j1=0&j2=0&k2=0&k3=0&k4=0&k5=0&k6=0And the scores per stat used to generate this template are:STA = 2.7INT = 10SPI = 20Haste = 8.1Crit = 8.1MP5 = 33.75SpPow = 20.87Hope this helps.
1-07-2009 @ 4:11PM
I'm actually not opposed to ranked lists at all -- I use them all the time -- but that's really not what this article was meant to do. I really wanted to give pre-raid Druids of all specs an idea of where to get the best and/or most serviceable pieces by any means available to them, which I thought would be particularly helpful if you had rotten luck with a heroic drop or BoE availability/expense.
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