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12-20-2010 @ 4:14PM
Now this is a 101... can we get this author to take over The light and how to swing it?Pally tanking 101=we tank stuff.
12-20-2010 @ 4:57PM
You dare question Chase's knowledge?!? You better watch your back for he shall have his revenge! :)
12-20-2010 @ 6:14PM
Gregg Reece does the Prot/Ret columns.... not that I'm defending them.
12-20-2010 @ 6:59PM
Dawn's article should be the template for all 101 guides on this site. I'm looking at you, paladin writers.
12-20-2010 @ 7:43PM
Amen. Holy this week was 'Look at other people's writups on your gear, and yeah, spend JP at some point maybe.'This article (three pages? Damn, this is amazing and makes me want to play my priest again), and Brian's hunter articles are really what the others should aim at.
12-20-2010 @ 8:19PM
I still don't know the stat priority. I know spirit is important. What about the second stat? What weighs the most?Mastery? Crit? Haste? Help my Herpa derp
12-20-2010 @ 10:06PM
at this level of gear you can't really stack stats in a noticable way though i do feel that it's easier to obtain a good chunk of mastery.
12-21-2010 @ 4:47AM
Higher ilvl gear is ALWAYS better than lower ilvl gear. At least for current lvl 85s, who knows what will happen in next patch. As for crit/haste/mastery, if I have a choice I avoid mastery, but if its higher ilvl than my current item, I really dont care since ilvl is most important (or intelect which is directly proportional to ilvl).
12-22-2010 @ 10:14AM
Our mastery's kinda weird, because it partly relies on crit to be effective (because of Divine Aegis). So if you stack mastery and ignore crit, mastery's affecting a smaller part of your absorbs. That being said, I don't really know the stat weighing for Disc. I would guess something like crit > mastery > haste, but don't take my word for it, because that's just a guess.
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