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1-20-2010 @ 7:52AM
I think it is safe to gather that the author of this post is not the best Resto druid. Unless your a pretty casual player who frankly does not care how effective he or she is, one could point out that this post has more "fluff" and bad advice than actual helpful material. Please note that the occasional "hard core" (w/e that really means) player scans over these posts from time to time, and unless you intended for this to bring nothing but laughs...I would try again.p.s Why would you even want Ring of Maddening Whispers? Haste ftw.
1-20-2010 @ 9:43AM
Seeing as how experienced players have run the instance a dozen times you can pretty much assume that they aren't looking for advice, just some entertainment.The article briefly covers the mechanics a new resto druid *must* know about and that's all I would expect.
1-20-2010 @ 12:10PM
@ Mac The ring is a significant upgrade from the 245 one I've got equipped that doesn't have any +haste either (the other slot being the Ashen Verdict ring, natch). We have had very poor luck with both rings and trinkets.You are, however, correct that I am completely terrible, but I am at least terrible while already sitting at the soft +haste cap.
1-21-2010 @ 10:01AM
I tend to agree with questioning that ring choice. I mean reaching 735 softcap (CF+ToW+Boom/Swift Ret) is a bit of a challenge given that I was using a MH/OH combination. It's been easier getting there with a high +haste staff, but still, it's been tough with the GotEM change.
1-21-2010 @ 10:09AM
/makes a note never to make a single joke re: gear ever again.
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