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10-08-2011 @ 4:21PM
Rawr is awesome! For my arcane mage I used to believe that I stack mastery and nothing else. Then I started to pve again lately and remembered how I would use Rawr in Wotlk to help me outdps other mages with better gear than me. Seeing that with my current gear it was asking me to reforge to haste until I reached the soft cap I'm glad I came back. Also being a pvp hero I could see that until I pretty much got my 4 set pve gear that my Tier 2 4 set pvp gear was superior. So to any of the pug leaders who would look at my pvp gear and scoff I would just say hey, I'm itemized man. Run me through Rawr and you'll see that right now my Ruthless gloves are better than my Pve tier ones until I can get my shoulders from Majordomo. Just one thing you should know though. Don't go in here thinking that item level automatically makes one piece better than the other. You'll be amazed at how it rates lower pieces over higher item level pieces, but when you look at the stat weights and play with the dummy ingame or do a raid you will be a believer. I use it for every class I play except for my tanks. i think it's still a work in progress for Prot Warriors and I get pretty cautious whenever it leads me in the direction of Stam over Mastery sometimes, but for dps it's flawless!
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