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6-29-2011 @ 6:32PM
@XayideThe problem with what you're saying is you're assuming thata player will be as skilled with spec B as he is with spec A. I could respec my frost mage to, let's say, arcane; and maybe I'd see a 10% boost in dps. I'm just using those specs as an example, and pulling the percentage out of my butt so let's just pretend for a moment that that's true.The problem is I can't play arcane to save my life, but I have been frost since I rolled my mage and can do it in my sleep. I love the playstyle, I enjoy the character more with my spec, so I'm more motivated to practice and improve. I know I could pump more dps on my druid if I respecced and regeared as boomkin over kitty because so many fights favor ranged but again, I don't enjoy boomkin and I cannot play it worth a damn. I say a player who is playing the spec he enjoys will usually perform better than one playing another he doesn't, even if that other is a theoretical dps increase.
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