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5-14-2010 @ 12:26AM
I play my holy paladin quite often. Your statement seems to indicate your lack of understanding of non-healing classes more than any failure on my part if you think that same logic doesn't apply to every class and role in the game. *Everything* is situational. There are always some circumstances where if you have so many of one class and so-and-so is covering buff X and Y and that guy is watching group 3 then some talent or ability or stat not normally prioritized may be marginally more useful.None of that is relevant to my point, which I'll restate for clarity. Regardless of what class and spec you've chosen or what your gear looks like there is always a right and wrong way to choose your gems. The question may be somewhat more involved than just "Hey I play a shaman what gems should I use?", but that doesn't mean it's okay to overlook it. Mages and priests gain some varying degrees of benefit from spirit, but a mage or priest gemming for straight spirit would look like a retard.
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