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1-12-2011 @ 9:26AM
I havn't raided outside of BH, but it seems as though we could still roll on hunter weps for encounters that don't require AoE. Or just weapon swap for AoE phases...or do I just not want to lose the one hunter item I can roll on? (everything else is rogue for all the times hunters stole my weps)
1-12-2011 @ 9:40AM
I am more than happy to stick with a thrown weapon and not roll on hunter guns or bows.In return, I expect hunters NOT to roll on daggers.Fair?
1-12-2011 @ 9:50AM
Hunters? Not roll on rogue weps? Please, that would be, as you say, fair!
1-12-2011 @ 10:11AM
Actually, hunters would be to be stupid to roll on Rogue Weapons now. Their best enchant is the 2H Agility enchant. There aren't any good enchants for melee weapons that work well for hunters that they could put on 1H weapons.
1-12-2011 @ 11:00AM
Also, in 4.06 Deterrence will be usable while disarmed, so the PvP reasons for hunters wanting 2 one-handers (the ability to deterrence during warrior & SP disarms) goes away too.
1-12-2011 @ 2:03PM
Courtesy of EJ:FoK requires a throwing weapon to be equipped however rogues are still able to use other ranged weapons and may have a ranged weapon that is better for single target DPS then their throwing weapon. In this case, it may be convenient to make a macro to swap weapons depending on if you need to AoE or deal single-target DPS. Just as a warning, these macros invoke a GCD and can cause you to cap out and they reset your swing timer (delayed/lost auto attacks). FYI, you can Shift + Right Click on items in your bag to automatically enter the name of your weapon when making these macros.#showtooltip Fan of Knives/startattack/equip /cast Fan of Knives#showtooltip Mutilate/startattack/equip /cast Mutilate
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