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8-28-2009 @ 11:20PM
@Heilig:You do have a point, and I agree, there should be more than just the iLevel or "higher stat = better item" to consider. However, I think that it's gone too far. Whether Blizzard is cutting it back too much remains to be seen, but I am glad that they realize that there is such a thing as too many stats to keep track of.As for whether gear choice is a matter of skill, I don't know if I agree with that or not. With the concept of "best in slots," anyone can look up what gear they should have for what purpose. I would say that knowing what buttons to press at the right time is a better measure of the player's skill than their gear, or at least I think it should be. No matter how good their gear is, if someone doesn't know their class and their abilities, or how to use said abilities in battle, I wouldn't call them very skilled.Of course, this is just my opinion, I could be wrong.
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