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1-09-2011 @ 1:17AM
idk if anyone said it earlier butCRIT IS BETTER THAN HIT not sure why anyone is so fanboish and gemming for so much hitI only have about 13% hit and I rarely can never do the next thing in my rotationand besides and landslide, hurricane is best enchantstop being so wrong with fury PvE and Arms pvpthe nerfs are almost as bad as your commentary
1-09-2011 @ 1:52AM
If you've got any hard data beyond anecdotal evidence I'd be interested in seeing it, because your statement is contrary to both my own experience and everything I've read.
1-09-2011 @ 3:10AM
The math guys over at elitist jerks don't agree with your experience:"Q: What are my stat priorities?A: Get 8% Hit (including Precision), 26 Expertise. After that, Strength > Hit (up to 27%) > Crit > Haste == Mastery."Slightly different on the mmo-champ warrior guide:"Stat PrioritiesHit(till 8%) > Expertise(till 26) > Strength > Hit(till 27%)≥Haste(till rage gain is consistent) ≥Crit ≥Mastery > Hasteplease note that the only reason why haste is located where it is, is due to the increase in rage generation it provides. once you feel comfortable with how much rage you are generating, then you should begin itemizing for other stats."So crit is basically 3rd to last stat to stack. Remember, you don't get extra rage from crits anymore, but you do need to have white hits to generate rage.
1-09-2011 @ 7:43AM
Hit is the most important stat for everyone, until you get capped or in the rare case of Fury warriors get at least 17%. Ebay much?
1-09-2011 @ 12:18PM
Technically you do get more rage from crits because of flurry.
1-09-2011 @ 12:55PM
I can post logs showing how you'r wrong on how crit is better than hit at a certain pointbut if you guys want to blindly follow EJ be my guest
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