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9-07-2009 @ 1:30PM
What a terrible weapon for a paladin to get all butt hurt over, it's way better for a warrior. Also 25man Flame Leviathan drops the best tanking weapon in Ulduar - Titanguard... the first freakin boss and it's very pugable with 0 towers
9-07-2009 @ 1:39PM
This isn't a discussion about good/better weapons for a tank, regardless of their class. It's a discussion about wither a player did the right thing.I feel he had done the right thing. Would the boss been possible without his help in tanking, probably not if he had to switch in the first place. Getting the mace is like a "Thank you" for being DS'd so that he was valuable in a raid. Also, the weapon stayed in the guild, it isn't as if the pug had won it, so I see no harm.
9-07-2009 @ 2:51PM
The argument is between a warrior tank(offspec) and a pally tank(main spec/GM) over a mace that is not very well itemized for a paladin. I don't care what happens in the rest of the story. For me the argument ends there. I brought up 25FL because there is a much better tanking weapon that is arguably easier to get.In the end the GM is being a dick and doesn't know what gear is good for him or better for others. The rest of the story is childish guild drama, no offense to Mr. Anonymous for being on the receiving end of it. He's better off having left.
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