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8-02-2011 @ 6:47PM
I had a friend make me the Witch Hunter's Harvester, and I can tell a difference over the honor polearm. Otherwise I'm totally in honor 371 gear - 3200ish resilience. I assume it's the mastery on that makes such a big difference.I was able to solo HoR in it, although the bear couldn't make the dps race at the end. I had barely made it through the second icewall, only to die suddenly at the third; I assume because the LK caught Jaina. Second try, I went to cat for about half of it, (cat swipe crits ftw!) and made it through.In PvP, I end up going to bear a lot. I love the bear. I am the bear. The bear is hard to kill, but his dps is crippled. To make him like other "tanks". I'm not a tank (anymore), I'm a bear.Why can't I be a dps bear? Why are bears verboten in PvP? (cause their dps sucks). When Cata first came out I was critting bear mangles for 25K, in much worse gear obviously than now. They hurt us too bad. And Allison kinda accepts that, by going to stamina and dodge over agility and expertise. Course, I'm not arguing with dodge; but I almost always take agility over stamina, ever since I figured out how to play a bear in ICC, and quit trying to tank it like other tanks. Now shes raiding and I'm not, but I wonder about the stam over agility thing. Shes right, I'm finding out, about mastery being the best second stat.You want avoidance? Burn the freakin' monster down faster; after he's dead your avoidance is 100% on him ;) You think that makes me overpowered? Just bring a mage in that case; I catch fire very easily. I want haste to mean something too. Things that proc on crits should happen more often if you hit the monster more often. I'd love to try it out, but again, our dps is capped so badly it cant make a difference even if it could.Rant over :) Love to read you Allison.
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