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5-05-2010 @ 12:08PM
"The flexibility of two free sockets ensures that BS will trump the other trade skills, as they typically only give us the option of attack power or spellpower. "... wait, we need SP as rogues now!?
5-05-2010 @ 1:11PM
Duh!...It's for poison!
5-05-2010 @ 1:33PM
I lol'ed when I saw this too, its funny that you got downvoted for pointed out a glaring error in the post.Rogues gain no benefit for spellpower ever, not even poisons, that's attack power based.( for any new rogue reading this before the edit)we do however gain a slight benefit from spell crit, just do not EVER gear or gem with spell crit (or int) in mind. Don't click off Arcane brilliance when you get buffed with it, as a rogue i know used to do, "its just not rogueish" was his reason.
5-05-2010 @ 1:34PM
I hear reading the whole article is hard:"The remaining professions share a pretty identical pool of perks, which are usually a choice between bonus spell power or attack power. As rogues, we obviously want the attack power bonus, "
5-05-2010 @ 2:11PM
So rogues = bandaid spec lol
5-05-2010 @ 2:16PM
I lol'ed at this thread. You don't even have to read the whole article to see the problem. Let me take out the pronouns and maybe it'll be more clear:"The flexibility of two free sockets ensures that BS will trump the other trade skills, as other trade skills typically only give players the option of attack power or spellpower. "It doesn't say you want SP, it says that's what other trade skills give. Don't want it? BS gives two sockets that you can gem how you want. (Although, I thought SP was a cool idea. /sarcasm)Reading FTW
5-05-2010 @ 3:08PM
However in the context of the intended audience, (ie: those that play or want to play rogues) and how easy it is to get misinformed, mentioning SP as an option certainly can be confusing.
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