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1-08-2011 @ 5:40PM
I'm hoping that Haste will become useful for Arms soo, such as significantly reducing the cast time of Slam. As it stand now we're getting a lot of unneeded Haste from gear. I'd like to see some log parses with these changes and I hope that Arma narrows the gap with Fury for PVE damage. Arms is a much more fun playstyle for many of us, and it would be nice to have Arms stay a very viable raiid sppec as Blizzard has stated in the past.
1-08-2011 @ 8:31PM
Few months ago at the end of the expansion there was post by Ghostcrawler who acnowledged that arms warrior damage has been mishandled by Blizzard in WotLK PVE and it needs a boost.And what do we have now:http://www.stratfu.com/kamigami/N_Magmaw.htmlArms is at the bottom of every list, more nerfs are layd on us with every "patch" thanks to the PVP caster-QQ, melee is already hardest to utilize in Cata instances and arms warriors getting spots is nonexistant.Why does the classic fantasy RPG damage dealing class even exists in Warcraft anymore ?
1-09-2011 @ 1:04AM
kala, that is bordering on whining, because fury is still at least usable.However, I'll give you a pass, because your QQ is backed up by the data - arms warriors just aren't doing enough damage, and have not for a very long time. It would be nice if blizz could get them somewhere in the neighborhood of arms at least.
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