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4-17-2009 @ 4:12PM
A bit off topic:The one thing I never got about discussing specs is when people just say "Blah blah blah 15/51/5 blah blah blah". How do you know where those points are spent? I mean, I dont think a lot of people study every cookie cutter spec out there.According to that list 15/51/5 is the top spec for rogues right? Well here's a 15/51/5 build!http://tinyurl.com/dddw7v (MMO champion calculator link. The URL was far too long).Thats why people should just stick to "Combat swords", "HfB Mut", "PvP Elemental", "Resto Unholy" (lolwut?!), etc...
4-17-2009 @ 4:35PM
I can only speak for myself from a mage perspective, but if someone lists a spec like 50/3/11 PvE, or 20/0/51 PvP, its perfectly obvious where the points go. Assuming you know your class, you avoid the "dud" talents and max out the worthwhile ones.
4-17-2009 @ 6:14PM
True enough. I know only a few specs between all the classes enough where I can say I would understand 'just' the number-description of a spec.But if, say, I asked someone for a healing spec for a shaman and they go 10/10/51 and go about their merry resto way, it tells me nothing.Its not a big deal at all really, but just one of those little things that puts me off.
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