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3-05-2009 @ 4:33PM
Good article! A cheaper alternative to Flasks of Endless Rage is the Flask of Relentless Assault, the +120 AP flask from BC. While ER is obviously better, RA can cover the gaps on farm-status runs or other non-progression nights.A word of warning: Using +hit consumables to reach the cap is certainly a valid option, and something I did for a while. Just remember that buffs from consumables or from talents (I see you, Focused Aim!) DO NOT EXTEND TO YOUR PET. So if you're below the hit-cap unbuffed, your pet will be missing attacks- which can hurt his DPS, and thus yours, if you're BM spec. Depending on pet DPS, some specs probably won't care, and obviously having one of you hit-capped is better than having both of you missing attacks. Just know the issue's out there, if you're a raid noob like me.Also, Fish Feasts are the bestest things evar.
3-05-2009 @ 9:05PM
Wrong. Elixirs and food translate to your pet, just like any other buff on you. FA does not.
3-06-2009 @ 12:23AM
In late breaking news, I am, indeed, a moron. Hybrys is correct; current thinking at EJ is that buffs do extend to your pet. I'm not certain where I got the idea otherwise.../scratches headIn any case, you can ignore that middle paragraph up there. I stand by the RA flasks and the fish feasts, though.
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