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11-11-2009 @ 8:54PM
With all of the people complaining about the +hit and haste stat upgrades, maybe there will be better (more effective) stats on the gear that actually drops in the respective ICC heroics and raids. Maybe this is Blizzard's way of rewarding the players who are actually participating in the end-level raids, rather than just those who run the weekly raid for frost emblems.
11-11-2009 @ 9:13PM
You know how much irony (maybe a little hypocrisy too) is packed in that statement of yours? Last I heard you only get 5 badges per weekly, that means the true source of Frost emblems IS THE ICC RAID.
11-11-2009 @ 10:02PM
No need to be nasty ("that statement of yours", typing in caps, also I don't see how I'm be hypocritical... /confused as I understand what the word 'hypocrisy' means). I was merely speculating.I was just pointing out that the Frost emblem upgrades are a step up, rather than the best you can get.
11-11-2009 @ 10:11PM
Ahh, sorry, I read it in the tone of "Angry ol'-skool playah sick of casuals gettin epics" who didn't want the good epics going to the casuals. Thats where the hypocrisy game in, since any end-game raider would be getting at least some of those anyways.
11-11-2009 @ 10:30PM
The problem is your logic still fails. This is not a new problem for DPS casters, by any means, and there's been obnoxious amounts of +hit on caster gear since frickin' *Naxx*. Not just on badge gear for "casuals". On stuff dropping in the actual raids. Ask a DPS caster, any DPS caster, and hands down the number one gear complaint (other than ele shammies not having enough decent mail) is too much freaking hit on our stuff.Caster itemization has been absolute shyte this entire xpac. I'd like to think Blizzard will finally get it right in ICC but judging by their track record I'm not holding my breath.
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