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1-28-2009 @ 2:21PM
This will sound rude, but there have been multiple articles with misleading information and -numerous- responses pointing out the misinformation in the articles. Either the author is deliberately trying to mislead readers into concentrating on particular "stats" instead of "overall performance" or he himself just doesn't have a clue.Will you do well if you have high Hit Rating and Expertise? yes.Will you be the best you can be? Not in the least.If you want a raid spot, do you want to aim for the best, instead of mediocre? Absolutely!Is it just as easy to pick gear that will give you better performance than only Hit/Exp? yes.Commentors in previous articles have already posted a better gear list. And recommending that people grind heroics for equipment that is -worse- than guaranteed, crafted items is almost unbelievable enough to be irresponsible. On my low-pop server, Frozen Orbs are 150g. Even if they were more, grinding a few dailies for a guaranteed best-in-slot epic pre-raid piece of equipment is worth it. But with all the heroics you need to run anyway, you'll get a few Frozen Orbs.Rogues are having issues right now, and Blizzard has acknowledged it.But I guess perpetuating the Hit Rating misinformation can help any Rogues who know better than to listen to it win a raid spot. So maybe there really is a good reason to keep misleading readers.
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