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2-03-2010 @ 7:08PM
First of all, I just want to say, this is probably the most amazing new feature on wow.com in easily a year. I love the idea, I love the tone of the articles, and I love that it will help likeminded readers too shy to submit their own specs. I would also like to submit my main here, Broin, an Arms Warrior http://www.wowarmory.com/character-sheet.xml?r=Azjol-Nerub&cn=BroinI'm a big fan of Arms Warriors in PvE, huge Execute crits, big Overpower hits, etc - But I feel like I'm missing the nuances. Its hard to keep up with what stats are 'good' now (Armor Pen, Atk Power vs. Strength, etc) So it's been hard to enchant and gem for it. I do good dps when im all buffed up, But i really feel that with my gear I should be doing more!Thanks!
2-03-2010 @ 7:34PM
It's amazing new feature because Frostheim is uncommonly good looking, just like Fizzlebow.
2-03-2010 @ 9:23PM
Well your gear is relatively decent. However, you should NEVER, EVER EVER EVER use AP gems. You will all most always want to socket ArP. However it's been proven that socketing 10 crit and 10 str is more of a dps increase than 20 arp for yellow sockets.With your talent build, you should definitely switch to an Incite build: http://www.wowarmory.com/talent-calc.xml?cid=1&tal=3022032123335100002012213231251325000004000000000000000000200000000000000000000000000Your glyphs are pretty solid, glyph of bladestorm can be switched with rend to let you be a little lazier with keeping it up. It's up to you, though!Your rotation is more of a priority based type thing, hit execute as soon as SD procs, and prioritize as follows: Execute > Overpower > MS > SlamHeroic Strike when you're over 50ish rage. That's about all I can help you with right off the bat, but keep it up, fellow arms warrior!
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