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5-12-2009 @ 1:54PM
Stamina is useless unless you are doing PvP. Hit, Spellpower, Haste, Crit, Spirt in roughly that order are what counts. If you are not at a level to get much for hit gear yet, just go with max spell power while levelling.No mention of Meta? No mention of the Lifetap/Felguard build... probably the best 70-80 Warlock leveling build going? No mention of a deep demonology build with all the pet talents like Demonic Resilience so you can solo at-level 5 man quests? These are a few of the key areas that should be added to the article.You know what... lets make it simpler. Go here: http://wowmb.net/
5-12-2009 @ 2:32PM
Though I agree with your statements about stat stacking, it's important to remember that stamina is never useless.With the glyph of Lifetap, and our longstanding ability to cannabalize our health into mana, stamina has always had an important role for locks, one that this new found spirit love seems to have many locks forgetting.
5-12-2009 @ 2:35PM
You are correct in your stat rankings, but only for PVE endgame. Stamina is fine for leveling - I wouldn't stack it, but not dying/having enough health to Tap is fine. Anyhow, people really shouldn't concentrate that hard on gear until 80. It's more important to learn your spec and rotation while leveling (in the various dungeons, etc).Also if you think a few thousand word column is going to mention every nuance of Warlocking, you're far more optimistic than I am.
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