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10-12-2009 @ 2:25PM
My DK Spec Journey.After successfully raiding with all 3 deathknight DPS specs I've came to the conclusion that..All three tree's can be awesome and do very similar DPS when played correctly. So you wont be gimping yourself much if you prefer one to another.In naxx I was unholy. But then there was that stupid thing where if you had more then 1 unholy DK in raid then you were nerfing eachother because sometimes you wouldnt get credit for 3 diseases on the target. So I switched to frost.I was in love with frost because I use scrolling battle text and I liked when it yelled that I was a Killing Machine! (I recommend this add-on for frost- rime/KM procs). Then they changed frost to dual wield and i was like QQ wtb slow 1h weaps....so I got them and stuck with frost, it was awesome...Then Justice Bringer dropped in 25TOC!!!....arguably the best 2h weapon in game for blood DK...so I spent my DKP and got it and switched to blood spec.I'm in a serious end game raiding guild so I want to be pro dps always, but I topped the charts in all the specs so definitely play what you like :).p.s.: its annoying to play dw frost competing w/rogues and enh shammies for weaps. And you need TWO of them.....
12-26-2009 @ 2:10AM
what was your rotation and what was the tree for your dk im pure blood and not shur about it im looking at a spec with the worms in blood and the perma goule and am thinking that it would be beter plz help me on a spec tree and rotationthat dose hard DPS and im geared with a mix of H ToC and norm ToC
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