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5-03-2009 @ 8:05PM
Does that mean Fury Warriors are going to be shafted indefinitely? ='(
5-03-2009 @ 8:50PM
First thing I thought of when I read this.
5-04-2009 @ 2:28PM
Probably because you play a Fury Warrior.
5-04-2009 @ 2:25AM
Right on the money with this comment. I asked the other day in guild why I never saw any fury/prot warriors on our server anymore. I was told it was because they all rerolled DKs. I'll stick with my warrior just because I'm stubborn, but boy am I frustrated with being outdone at everything I do by one class. I guess maybe I'll get used to it eventually. And maybe these "number adjustments" mentioned in the article will save the day some time in the future.
5-04-2009 @ 9:00AM
Wow, so the insane amount of fury warriors on the top of DPS charts for most high-end guilds must be an illusion then?QQ some moar.
5-04-2009 @ 10:39AM
I guess this means Frost Mages will still be under par in raid competitiveness, even though the developers have stated they are aware and intend to fix. Fat chance!
5-04-2009 @ 1:49PM
"I guess this means Frost Mages will still be under par in raid competitiveness, even though the developers have stated they are aware and intend to fix."That was the first thing I thought of. :( Sad Frost Mage is sad.(And glad he dual-specced and has been working on a Frostfire spec in the meantime.)
5-04-2009 @ 6:41PM
in a way Kassu, it is an illusion, as it's only in the top raiding guilds with access to ulduar loot can fury warriors overcome the deficiency, otherwise it's bust
5-05-2009 @ 2:34PM
Yea fury warriors are like that, you're dps hurts until you reach that magic point, the point where you can generate enough rage with your off hand to HS spam nonstop and still use Slam, BT, WW and every other thing you need. Then suddenly boom your dps skyrockets, the extra miss rate on your MH due to DWing disappears completely and you get bonus damage every hit. But until then, GL.
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