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10-15-2010 @ 9:08AM
So i took my fury warrior out for a test spin in icc last night, after the "fix". On avg, im doing about 2K less then before patch. On saurfang with 80% ARP i carried about 9K dps. I never broke 6900 last night. One thing i saw going over recount was the most dmg i was doing was from melee. Melee?? So the most dmg i do is just from swing my axes?? I've already cut HS out of my rot. it's not worth one rage point. My dps boost actually came when i created a cleave/ww/cleave rot. Third cleave crits almost every time for more dmg then a HS crit. Im not asking to have a dps of 12K over a mage, i get that. But i went #2 in dps to #6 in ten man. Our OT pally tank was behind me by only 1K. Hopefully a second adjustment is coming.
10-15-2010 @ 3:02PM
My experience was quite a bit different from yours, I think. I was messing around soloing and in heroics last night, and it was a whole lot of fun. First off, I don't recommend taking HS out of your rotation unless you are completely rage-starved. I was getting HS crits of 10-12k last night, and since I'm sitting at close to 50% crit after the armor pen gem conversion, that happens frequently.Also, I found myself pulling around 8k on single-target heroic bosses (so no ICC buff). Execute is hitting like a beast now, too. I got two crits in a row last night, 18.5k and 20.5k, so that's 39k dmg in 1.5 seconds, not counting white dmg. That was in heroics, too, so no ICC buff.I am not sure why our experiences are so different, but for me, fury seems to be in a very good place, right now. I would encourage you to give it another chance -- maybe switch up your stat allocation a bit and see what impact it has.
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