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9-04-2009 @ 4:43PM
I agree.Theocraft data is a good index on what a build could do. But it cannot say anything about what actually is going to happen in real game play, meaning your team and your buffs accordingly. That may change dps of a specific build quite a bit, as we all know raid builds are not the same as leveling builds and sometimes we have to duel-spec to compensate buff losses in certain situations.My impression is they've never found a comfortable spot for warriors. Whenever they change it, either it's nerfed too much and becomes a joke, or it makes all other classes QQing OP.Sword specialization is just like it.I guess in their simulation, it showed this talent is about the same as the others. But did they test it with real players? I doubt it. And we know human players can not be simulated to 100%.
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