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5-16-2011 @ 3:07PM
Atonement Priest weapon!
5-16-2011 @ 3:43PM
This is exactly the equation I've been running in my mind the last couple of weeks...1 guild, 2 casters. Warlock and myself (mage). Both equally motivated and loyal to the guild.Just one problem... The warlock is infact an officer and manages a good chunk of the guild bank..So really, I'm hoping by the time we start on the legendary the guild will either choose me, or I get lucky on the rolls. If the warlock gets chosen, so be it... as long as I get to have a go second :PAlso, the fact that we'll need 12/12 normal down could be a problem. I guess I'll have to subtly prod the guild into focussing on Al'akir instead of heroic BWD :P
5-16-2011 @ 3:32PM
NO WAI.HUNTER WEPON OBVS.C'mon, srsly!
5-16-2011 @ 7:42PM
As much as I would love to agree and encourage people to give my smiting priest a legendary, we really have no use for the hit :(
5-16-2011 @ 10:23PM
That’s what reforging is for :PBut yeah, DPS should be first. The proc is also not final neither are the stats.But I would be keen to plug the numbers to see what Atonement could do with that staff.People are saying the hit is poo, but what about just the sheer rawr stats, does that not outweigh the loss of one secondary stat? Again should never been taken over a mean dps, but if the guild is lacking a third or even second deserving candidate it should be something to look at.Again numbers would have to be crunched, but I've seen first had the healing and dps of a holyfire/smiting disc priest can do.
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