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6-16-2011 @ 11:30PM
I don't know DKs very well but I thought this is the reasoning behind disrepancy of dps, at least for warlocks in the early tiers of Wrath:You might have a higher theoretical DPS, but it comes at the expense of a more difficult rotation (e.g. affliction warlock rotation was unforgiving, but it does give you higher dps if played perfectly).Now, at the hands of a skilled player, the harder rotation does give higher dps, but if that skilled played decides to play for the more fun spec (lower dps, easier rotation, but more fun for whatever definition of fun) then that played would have had extra "attention" to kite adds, stun adds, or whatever else the gimmick of the fights may require. For a less skilled player, they can play either the best spec but suboptimally (missing procs, mis-timed things, etc) or play the second best spec but it would take their entire attention.
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