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4-28-2010 @ 9:06PM
My GS is 5685 and I suck!
4-29-2010 @ 4:12AM
I have a GS is 5745 and I have the skills necessary to successfully raid Icecrown Citadel!
4-29-2010 @ 7:30AM
I once met a DK with both hit trinkets from the EoT vendor. Also had some PvP pieces. Boy, with that GS he must be rocking ICC.I for one didn't replace my Banner of Victory from ToC5 normal until I got the heroic Deathbringer's Will.
4-29-2010 @ 8:35AM
Im actually joking, as a SP I didn't replace my forge ember until i got the spyglass from the gunship & Gearscore isnt a priority. When I get better gear my GS will go up, and its a win win. But, my gear is all relevant to my class.
4-29-2010 @ 9:08AM
Apparently my GS is 5921... I had no idea until I went to the site mentioned in the article.Another problem with GS is that most people who simply chase GS will never be good enough to succeed in PUGs and will get laughed at by raid guilds when they announce their GS.But like many things, GS succeeds because it allows PUG leaders to be lazy about actually checking gear or to be ignorant about what's good for other classes.
4-29-2010 @ 1:35PM
My GS is 5700-ish in my arena gear.My GS is 5400-ish in my pvp gear.Guess which one does substantially more DPS...Now guess which one gets me invited to more raids...
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