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9-18-2010 @ 7:50AM
I think the TG 2h change means if you only equip 1 2h it removes the 10% damage reduction.. and if you reequip a 2nd 2h it hits you with the 10% reduced damage
9-18-2010 @ 8:07AM
I'm not sure where you're getting that, as that's not at all what the tooltip says. All it says is that you can use a two-handed weapon in one hand. There's no mention of penalties for wielding two at all.
9-18-2010 @ 8:15AM
If you read the post you would have noticed ===> "no longer reduces your physical damage done by 10% when a 2H Weapon is equipped in one hand."
9-18-2010 @ 8:37AM
I did read the post, several times to make sure I didn't miss anything. I think you're reading something into it that's not there. The 10% penalty for wielding a two-handed weapon with one hand has been around for a while, and now it's been removed. There is still *nothing* that says or even suggests that the damage penalty comes back if you wield two two-handed weapons.
9-18-2010 @ 10:31AM
you must be retarded.
9-18-2010 @ 12:18PM
@MusedMooseWell thing is, the wording of the article is kinda off (and so is mmo-champs)."Titan's Grip no longer reduces your physical damage done by 10% when a 2H Weapon is equipped in one hand."It would make out to be "When a (singular) 2h weapon is eguipped on _ONE_ hand it gives no penalty".. the article does not say it affects when 2h is on both hands.But the tooltip makes it more clear, simply allows 2handers on both hands.Also I think the change is because fury cant get http://www.wowhead.com/spell=12712 now.
9-18-2010 @ 12:37PM
The post is unclear; the new toolip isn't. It reads:Titan's Grip"Allows you to equip two-handed axes, maces and swords in one hand."Full stop.
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