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4-05-2010 @ 8:40PM
A lot of the players that should nom on +str +ar.pen or +agi snacks just go for the feast if it's available (there's always someone who'll drop one), only the very dedicated will go out of their way to buy / farm the food that benefits them the most, hence the crazy prices on the AH, methinks.
4-06-2010 @ 1:40AM
Personally I'll often grab food (that usually I cooked myself) from the gbank, like the haste or crit stuff. But if someone puts down a feast, I'm thinking why waste the food i brought when I have a decent substitute right before me? So usually I end up returning whatever food I got to the bank later in the evening.
4-06-2010 @ 8:02AM
In some cases the difference is VERY minor as well. For example, RAWR shows my Ret Paladin gaining like 3 or 4 dps by eating strength food instead of a fish feast. Granted Paladins have a bit of an advantage since unlike most classes they benefit from the attack power AND the spell power of the feast.
4-06-2010 @ 10:28AM
With the mats for Dragonfin Filet so easily and readily accessible, I always have a couple stacks on my fury warrior. I can easily fish up that much waiting for one day's dungeon queue. Since Berserker stance ads and extra 20% to strength, rather than AP and kings and MOTW buff strength and not AP, it makes a significant difference over the fish feast. Even when fish is provided, I rarely choose that over my own filet.
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