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1-10-2012 @ 2:10PM
I've been raiding and doing heroics in PvP gear for years and getting crap about it the whole time...Rolling in with my T2 PvP weapon should be the first sign that I'm a heads up player and that I know how to play my class..But people, for the most part, just don't understand how ferals work, especially feral tanks. They're rarer than other tanks and so people freak when they think that you are drag everyone down with your gear... Then the healer realizes you are actually carrying everyone through the dungeon..
1-10-2012 @ 2:33PM
Pvp weapons are were the top dog in tbc, particularly for casters. Im assuming you meant S2, rather than t2.
1-10-2012 @ 3:09PM
What I meant by t2 was the second tier PvP weapon, the one that requires 2200 rating to buy.
1-10-2012 @ 9:25PM
that's like saying they ought to know you're a skilled player when you walk into a BG wearing your Vanilla Naxx stuff as transmog. It doesn't work that way. PVE skill doesn't equa PVP skill.
1-11-2012 @ 10:04AM
@SnuzzleI beg to differ. Almost always in a PvE setting, good PvPers know what they're doing. In countless Zandalari heroics, when they were challenging, I saw PvPers queuing to get Valor Points to convert into Conquest, and the high rated players always surpassed heroic raiders with their lightning reflexes, flawless use of CC and overall game awareness.Heck, even on my backwater server (The Sha'tar, EU), when a friend and I took joined a top raiding unit during Firelands in order to have something to do when not in RBGs or Arena, we went in with PvP gear, were the only 2 melee dpsers in a raid filled with legendary wielding casters and hunters, and we topped dps, we saved horribly pulled trash packs with stuns, disarms, blinds from him and timely intervenes on the tanks or healers from me. The raiders, who had questions at first about the PvP gear, were really pleased with us :)
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