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8-26-2011 @ 10:25AM
"A perfect player could have spent no talent points and perform better than a fully specced player who only makes a few mistakes."Completely misleading no? I'd like to see a dps with no talent points spent, take one that even has a clue as to what they're doing with said points spent.Lets just take Muti rogues as an example.From your first Talent Point into the tree you get.Mutilate, +20% Deadly Proc Rate, +50% Instant Proc Rate, +20 Energy w/daggers, and +28% increased poison damage(Inceases with Mastery). And that's all for your first talent point into the tree. Then add in increased Crit, Crit Damage, More poison damage, Vendetta, Overkill, Cut to the Chase, etc.A rogue with no spec has -NO- chance of even coming close, even if executed perfectly.Just my two cents.
8-26-2011 @ 10:48AM
I agree with you totally here. I can imagine a skilled player beating a bad with no talent points. I.e some autoattacking, i'll use 1 or 2 abilities on cooldown dunce. But not the average raiding player.
8-26-2011 @ 11:00AM
I'm certain that comment was meant as hyperbole, but yes it's definitely silly. No talent points means the character can't do much of anything. It's a terrible exaggeration :)
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