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8-02-2011 @ 6:52PM
I love Ask Mr. Robot, but yeah, it's important to put what it does in context, particularly because trinket desirability is something that's determined on a fight-by-fight basis. The huge (and admittedly deserved) bias toward stacking agility will naturally incline it toward agi trinkets, even when another type (e.g., the Mirror) is the more obviously useful of the two due to encounter mechanics.In order to rectify this, I will probably wind up having to do a column on trinkets and trinkets alone. Ilevel is otherwise (mostly) fine for gauging gear quality ever since Blizzard standardized primary stat allocation across different drops on the same ilevel, but trinkets don't like playing by that rule.
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