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11-13-2010 @ 1:53PM
@ElmouthI believe you are wrong in your criticism of Mr. Rossi's statement about warrior mastery vs. paladin mastery. Here is the quote you mentioned:"Mastery interacts interestingly here because unlike the paladin mastery, Critical Block means we're not as likely to block an attack, but when we do block, we're more likely to block for more."It looks like you were interpreting the quote as being solely about warrior mastery. However, I believe that it is meant to be about contrasting warrior mastery with paladin mastery.If you look at warrior protection mastery, it provides an extra 10% chance to block and increases your chance to block by 1.25% per point of mastery. Paladin protection mastery, on the other hand, increases your chance to block by 16%, and increases it by another 2% per point of mastery.Therefore, when interpreted as a contrast between warrior protection mastery and paladin protection mastery, Mr. Rossi's statement in that respect is exactly right.I don't consider myself a fanboy, and I haven't down-voted you since some of your other information was good, but I really think you should double check your interpretation of other people's statements before calling them out like that.
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