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4-13-2009 @ 4:16PM
pvp disc/ pve holy ... what ;)i have a hunter, mage, and rogue for dps ;)
4-14-2009 @ 6:37AM
Okay... but on my Spriest geared in only 10-man Naxx gear, with only 4 BiS for 10-mans (not overall), I'm always #1 overall DPS and usually #1 per fight in Naxx-10 (Affi locks edge me, and everyone else, out on Heigan), Sarth and haven't placed below 3rd on Archavon PuGs, 10-man and 25-man. I'm pushing about 3k DPS on Patchwerk in 10-man gear and on large AoE trash pulls I can spike well above 7k. My best so far was 16.9k DPS on a double AoE pull in the spider wing. Yes, I've run with Rogues, DKs, ret Pallys, locks, Mages all geared as well or better than me that ran with elixirs and food buffs, which I do not (my @#!@# Alchemist is still 72 :^) ) Spriests can bring some good DPS to the table, but like any other class, you have to know your abilities, talents, skills and be on the ball.
4-14-2009 @ 7:48AM
I amhappy for you that you can top your dmg metersbut if i've said it once I've said it enough times to make my brain hurt (which it does) for true class comparison do the math or betteryet hit up elitistjerks. any class atm can top the dmg metrs if they shine (except ret pallies & LOL arms warriors pre3.1) you aere outplaying the 5-6 other pdps in your 10 mans. I will nto deny shadow priests can do some serious dmg nor that thier mana regen for all is not very appreciated when I'm on my hunter and i have a spriest and wisdom goodbye viper hello dps meter top spot. what I was simply stating was some of us will simply do what we like on our priests... heal. i have no prob running dailies disc, I play on a pvp server and can actually win being jumped by almost anybody (800 resil helps) and reflective bubble is so much win. play shadow if you want, heck if its what you find fun go for it.. i just don't like a 2 maccro 4 button dps rotation ;) i like variety. I like utility and hybrid dps specs generally don't have all the tools I like to have at my disposal
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