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10-19-2009 @ 11:22AM
More like...Death to Bladestorm! That ability tears up my priest like no other. On a more serious note, I find it quite odd that all these other fury warrior abilities they saw fit to normalize in light of Titan's Grip, but not whirlwind. The changes you suggest for the fury rotation sound very reasonable, but arms might need to be changed somehow to make up for loss in Bladestorm damage. Just, please, don't lower the cooldown any more! I also can't condone increasing the range, I complain a lot about being Bladestorm'd through pillars, I'd hate to see it actually happen :P
10-19-2009 @ 12:26PM
Bladestorm is the arms 51 point talent, this article is about fury's 51 point talent. No one cares your priest in 200 resil gets 1 shot by a slow moving, and very obvious, roflcopter
10-19-2009 @ 5:05PM
There is absolutely no reason a priest should be in range of bladestorm. If you are so unintelligent you can't learn your classes ranges, you should be eaten by all melee attacks. GG clothy.
10-19-2009 @ 5:11PM
@BreaklanceBladestorm counts as whirlwind damage fool
10-19-2009 @ 5:33PM
@jbcaniThe whole point of this article is that whirlwind's damage scales with both equipped weapons. How many arms warriors do you know that bladestorm while dual wielding? The correct answer is: Only the terrible ones.Even if they did nerf that aspect of it, the damage that Arms Warriors do would be completely unchanged.
10-19-2009 @ 6:23PM
Bladestorm is so tangentially related to this discussion on Fury Warriors using WW with Titan's Grip, it's not even funny.
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