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2-24-2009 @ 3:53AM
http://talent.mmo-champion.com/ Mouse over the Titan's Grip for a .... pleasant surprise... :(Fellow warriors do not be alarmed, from what I hear they're gonna make zerker stance give 10% more damage, thus buffing arms tree and making fury warriors stay where they are at in the dps charts.
2-24-2009 @ 12:25PM
If that's the case then I hope the stance change makes it a minor hindrance to switch back and forth from battle to berserker stance.That being said, a redesign to the Arms tree so that it becomes the stance dancing tree might be a possibility (and I welcome a good change since the playstyle has fallen kind of flat with the past few changes in my opinion).I think it's appropriate with the idea of "Arms" being the kind of style where a warrior hones his technique compared to "Fury" who is more unrestrained.Then again it'll make Arms that much more work, but hell that's what I love about it.
2-24-2009 @ 7:42AM
but they are trying to shoehorn us into battle by making everything so overpower-centric. so in pvp your still going to be flicking around your stances meaning the 10% increase is negligable as you'll only be hitting one or two swing swith it before having to switch out again.same for pvp.. why force our playstyle as battle with overpower if they're going to buff berserker damage, meaning we have to jump around our stances dumping rage and throwing off GCDs trying to actually be useful.surely they'd be better adding it as a bonus to bladestrom."also gives 10% more attack power in battle stance" or something that way it doesnt help fury, but also doesnt have us bouncing stances like a hyperactive 6 year old in order to do a little more dmg on white hits.
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