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10-25-2011 @ 11:34AM
"The robot told me to" should be a perfectly acceptable answer.First, make sure that when you're pulling up the list of upgrades (click the "..." next to your trinket) that you've got the Relative Ranking selected. License to Slay would rate very high in an Absolute Ranking because, in the absence of other gear, its hit rating is very significant. But assuming you've got other gear on, its hit rating might be of less value to you. Using the Relative Ranking takes your other gear into account.Additionally, trinkets are somewhat unusual in that they generally have more varied effects than the rest of your gear, and sometimes those effects can be very good for a particular class or role. I'm not familiar with the strength-melee 378 trinkets, but I know my healer is still using two 359 trinkets because the new trinkets this tier just aren't that compelling. License to Slay is basically 380 str and 321 hit. It's entirely possible that that's better than what the 378 trinkets are offering, regardless of item level.[I just took a look. Of the 378 Melee trinkets, one has static Mastery and a Use: Str effect. One grants Crit. One requires Crits to stack its effect. One has static Mastery and a Use: Agility effect. With those to choose from, it seems entirely reasonable that 380 Str and 321 Hit would be the best choice. Particularly if you don't have a lot of Hit on your other gear.]
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