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5-31-2010 @ 1:50PM
I think the guy who sold the Battered Hilt had every right to sell it.We're talking about 10k gold. Not a few Abyss Crystals he had laying around in his bank. Selling it for 6k was pretty damned generous in it's own, and if the guild is going to abuse him in that way, he should really just leave it. No reason to be made the butt end of abuse for "Not giving the guildie an item worth 10k+ gold"On a similiar note, Quel'Delar is a freaking horrible sword and I hope the guildie enjoys replacing it as soon as he starts doing ICC 10 normal mode.
5-31-2010 @ 2:25PM
Depends on the class and spec gaining the hilt in question. It's not a fantastic weapon, but it can be pretty good for pre-ICC or even while progressing through the early bosses. I picked up the Lens of the Mind variant at a time when my odds of getting Lockjaw/Trauma weren't very good. I don't regret the decision in the slightest.The character in the scenario 'doesn't raid' and has 'limited internet time.' It may have been a cool, high end weapon that he had access to.
5-31-2010 @ 2:28PM
Quel'Delar is a great weapon for some classes. For ret paladins it is often the best iLevel 251 weapon. The first boss drop in ICC, citadel enforcer's claymore, has a huge chunk of hit on it, but with ret gearing we are typically trying to lose hit, not get more of it, so those itemization points are mostly wasted.And IMO Quel'Delar is one of the best looking swords in the game, with great lore around it. In fact, given how important the lore is, I think it should be an iLevel 264 item at least. I got one the first day of the patch, when they were dropping like hotcakes, but then swapped it out within a week or so for Bryntroll. After the big deal the Blood Elves made about the sword, and the length of the quest chain, it all felt kind of anti-climactic.
5-31-2010 @ 11:59PM
Meh, my Ret Paladin was at a near perfect 264 hit with the claymore, the T10.5 gloves and the neck from...Conquest badges.Then I got Bryntroll and had to look for more hit. Such a task. Such a task!
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