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4-27-2009 @ 6:52PM
Fabulous find, but I will take issue with one comment of yours, Mike."People who have put themselves into QuickArmory are likely to be more on top of good talent and glyph choices anyway."While you safely qualified your statement with the inclusion of the word "likely," if you take a look at the Protection Warrior grid, you'll find some seriously disturbing statistics.100% taken, but only 99% 3/3 Vitality?100% taken, but only 99% 3/3 S&B?I could POSSIBLY, in some crazy corner of the theorycrafting universe, see a reason to only take 4/5 Anticipation/Toughness/1-handed/Deflection, but it's absolutely ludicrous not to max out S&B and Vitality.All the more reason to be thankful for sites like this. Tank failure!
4-27-2009 @ 7:25PM
the tank we had in a voa pug the other week had no points in s/b, no devestate, infact the bottom half of the tree was empty but for shockwave.. the rest of the points im guessing he just slammed his face onto the keyboard and landed them all randomly around the fury tree..as a former raid tank (vanilla + tbc) i was slightly sickened to my stomach to see this. there was also a dk in pvp epics gemmed with honour hold gems. Moral of the story dont pug voa...
4-27-2009 @ 11:38PM
Yeah in general, I'd think that people who know about sites like QuickArmory are more on top of things than the usual player, but then again I should learn never to underestimate ignorance.
4-28-2009 @ 11:08AM
The population of QA isn't entirely self selecting. There's a group of us that use it as a general purpose armory site because it has the highest information density out of all the third party armory sites, so the selection set is people who use QA and the people they look up.
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