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10-08-2011 @ 6:04PM
Warlock here. - "In fact, I believe the only class it doesn't work for is warlocks (due to the fact that they can't see the computer screen clearly enough through their eyeliner and tears, and not through any fault of the program)."Odd that you mention this, 'cause Rawr was absolutely horrible for Warlocks for the majority of Wrath. I remember at the tail end of ToC, when I was pretty much completely decked out in full 245 gear, Rawr told me that my Destruction lock should use my Felhunter (wrong), spam Shadowbolt (wrong) and was only capable of doing a whopping . . . . 2K DPS. Trinkets weren't modeled at all so our BiS combo of Dual Reigns was listed way down at the bottom of the upgrade list and often underneath stuff like expertise trinkets with a haste proc or something equally retarded. I still used it on ocassion for gemming/enchanting optimization as that was the one thing it seemed to do competently, but once they stopped updating to work on the browser based version i learned to rely on stuff like SimCraft and eventually AskMrRobot (which is great, though I find the best results come from entering your own stat weights out of SimCraft first). It still annoys me that, as an altaholic, I have to keep 7 or 8 different resources on hand to get accurate information for them all. SimCraft for my Warlock, FemaleDwarf for my Hunter, Spreadsheets for my Warrior and my Rogue . . . Ugh. I'll check out Rawr again, as the last time I looked it was still in Alpha phase of the browser based version and only barely functional for one class that I didn't play, but I can't say that our history has been a pleasant one.
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