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2-12-2011 @ 7:03PM
ok, first to rugus and everyone else hate spamming a VALID point made in the ORIGINAL article, i dont think what Mr Grey meant was to greed on items that DIDNT HELP ur character at all, he simply said something you WOULDNT NORMALLY ROLL ON OTHERWISElets take a pally for example, pallys wear plate last time i checked, so they normally wouldnt wear cloth or mail, however as was done NORMALLY in wrath and BC a pally could roll greed on say a cloth caster piece that was an upgrade even though it wasnt plate. In cata we lose a bonus if we arent wearing what was "intended" for ur class, BUT if the piece is still an ilevel and stat upgrade even thought YOU WOULDNT NORMALLY ROLL ON IT because its cloth, go ahead because it ups ur ilevel... MG didnt say HEY KEEP IT IN UR BAGS AND GAME THE SYSTEM, Rossi (a scholar and a gentleman) said that he did it to get his gear level up to par for rdf, he didnt recommend others do it, he mentioned something that wasnt in the article that he did. We should all ASSUME that Rossi knows his class becasue he writes articles for the classes he plays for the site... the original comment in the article was valid, Rossi's personal experience comment was also valid, trolling isnt so valid... take things in CONTEXT and they look alot better...just my two cents, now go ahead and vote me down, im just saying something that needed to be said
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