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4-05-2010 @ 10:19PM
I'd love if they gave warrs and bears the same coefficients for their rage gained on dmg done, though I know better. If they did, bears would get ridiculous amounts of threat just from their crit rating. My mediocre bear in T9 gear has 40+% crit already and I can only imagine how that'd translate when each crit starts yielding 200% rage. So I'm predicting that Bears will gain rage at a slightly lower rate than Warrs, tho I can't be 100% sure. I'd love to see bears with crazy rage spamming something aside from swipe =p
4-05-2010 @ 10:57PM
I think I recall a blue poster saying at one point that crit chances are likely to be lower in Cataclysm; I imagine they'd do that by adjusting the crit rating-to-crit percentage conversion. The reasoning given was that crit is too high at present - although I think that that was in reference to hunters, who are now critting more often than not with good gear.I know that as an agility-gemming rogue I've got about a 1/3rd chance to crit, and as a ret pally I've got about the same just from gear and talents! It's getting to the point where Art of War procs several times within one Exorcism cooldown - which is good in that I'll always have a proc when the cooldown is off, but annoying because I can't use each and every proc because the cooldown is up.
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