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2-24-2012 @ 3:35PM
Personally, I kind of miss resistance sets. Not for the whole raid; down that path lies nothing but madness and broke raiders. But I always thought the idea of the whole raid working together to craft a suit of armor for its tank(s) for one or two fights was really cool. It had a sort of classical legend feel, like Jason or whoever getting that mirrored shield to kill Medusa. Then again, maybe I just feel that way because it worked out for me. Back in BC, I was trying to become a real tank, and Blizzard had just made their first real efforts into making paladins viable tanks. Even so, I'd never been able to be more than the add tank or something. Until SSC. We were getting ready to tackle SSC, which of course meant we needed a full Frost set and a full Nature set. The Frost Resistance set was easy enough, but as we got closer and closer to the night of our first SSC run, no one had done much of anything towards the Nature set. So I took an evening, farmed up all the mats, crafted the set, and mailed it off to our raid leader. I got it back in the mail with a note saying to keep it, because I was now the second tank for the raid.
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