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12-05-2009 @ 10:50PM
"Agility can be a useful stat at certain points as it gives us a little bit of attack power for threat"To a paladin? How?
12-06-2009 @ 12:59AM
Agility will give a tank armor, AP, dodge and crit while strength only gives u block and AP. So as the game is right now most tanks don't have any issues with threat and are problably at the block cap so agility helps them more so it is good in some items like food buffs but in gear I'd recommend stamina & strength over agility.If your planning on tanking at lower lvls don't worry about it, agility in a tank is more for end game stuff than leveling.
12-06-2009 @ 2:29AM
Agility gives NO tank in the game Attack Power. Paladins do not get AP from agi. Warriors, DKs and Druids also do not. So... What's up Reece and Banndit? Am I wrong?
12-06-2009 @ 2:41AM
Michael's right. I was actually going to post about this typo, but decided to check the comments before I did. I even went back and checked out various tanking resources to make SURE I wasn't using some outdated information and being retarded...but, yeah. AGI =/= AP for a tank. Pretty much, that's just shammies, rogues, hunters and feral cats. Not that it's a big deal, I assume just some typo or misspeaking...but, rather than misinformation continue, it should be addressed. It's still a relevant stat for tanking at low levels (especially considering the small amount of gear which would have relevant stats for a tankadin) as it increases threat through increasing crit. And, as the article said, yes, str is better...but, etc, etc, etc. (great article, btw)
12-06-2009 @ 3:15AM
Well, for some tanks it DOES = AP, because since AGI adds to armor, and armor with talents adds to AP, in a round about way, AGI adds to AP
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