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1-14-2010 @ 12:48PM
Great couple of articles. While I realize that the best dps is currently MM/ArP build, many of us for various reasons are not (needed replenishment, no arcane mage or ret pally, yadda yadda). Could you please make other recommendations to balance the constant "this has more ArP and is therefore better" theme you have consistently developed? Thanks
1-14-2010 @ 2:36PM
In general you'll find that the recommended items are what you want even if you're not ArP MM build. Keep in mind that ArP is good for all specs, and it's all over the place in ICC. In general I chose the gear up there based on *all* the stats and EAP weights for the stats. However I'm mentioning ArP a lot because the majority of endgame hunters are going to pursue an ArP build in ICC.
1-14-2010 @ 4:48PM
Yes, I understand that MM/ArP is in the majority for raiding, hence why I said so in the second sentence. ArP can be good for all specs but what I am specifically referring to in how you are presenting the material is you comment on it to the exclusion of everything else even when it isn't appropriate. Perfect example is your discussion on 2-handers. By reading your monologue about ArP or hit and how the Greatspear is better than Quel'delar (all of which is true) you completely ignore the fact that Distant Land is far superior to either of them for a SV hunter.You are supposed to be the writer for hunters, not just MM/ArP hunters is my only point, take it or leave it. But if you leave it, please re-title who you are actually writing for clarification.
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