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12-03-2011 @ 9:05PM
I love how enhancement has turned out so far this patch, i finally do a decent amount of DPS, and the feeling i get when i see all those numbers thrown out in my face is just amazing. The only complaint i have with this patch is how horribly itemized ANY agility mail gear is. Most of the armor you can get without Valor is just crit and haste... I still haven't recieved a singlegood new piece since 4.3 with the exeption of the ring you get from Mannaroth.Still, it's looking very good... very good
12-04-2011 @ 3:19AM
"The only complaint i have with this patch is how horribly itemized ANY agility mail gear is. Most of the armor you can get without Valor is just crit and haste"What? That's spectacular! I don't want that mediocre mastery anyway. Then again...I'm a hunter! I haven't actually done a list of how many pieces have mastery or not, but if it's about half as Josh suggests here: "that's what I tell myself to excuse the devs for putting no mastery on half of our Dragon Soul drops" then that seems fairly reasonable, since there are only two classes that use agility mail. Enhance shamans like mastery, hunters do not.The woes of itemizing gear. Clearly Josh, they like Frostheim better. ;)
12-04-2011 @ 3:11PM
Huh, that's funny.Joke at the end aside (laugh!), it's a serious issue Blizzard has to deal with. They can't itemize all mail gear perfectly for shamans or hunters get screwed. They can't do the reverse and itemize it all perfectly for hunters or shamans get screwed. I'll admit I never thought about it before when whining about having a bunch of mastery on my gear.Welcome to game design. Fun, eh?
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