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The Care and Feeding of Warriors: Fury demolishes entire cities in 4.0.1 {WoW}

Oct 30th 2010 6:23PM Well you must account for what the DPS break down really is. Roughly 50% of my damage is between white swings, raging blows and slam, which are all 3 based on weapon damage, and Mainstays in single target DPS. and the rest of it boils out to be from attack power based Bloodthirst and Heroic Strike. The real break downs is basically slower weapons are going to bring your damage up, and then modified by high attack power translated from high strength. Its really seeming to be a question that is the faster weapon going to generate your rage as you need.

It does also seem that the website itself is out of date as for its information.

The Care and Feeding of Warriors: Fury demolishes entire cities in 4.0.1 {WoW}

Oct 30th 2010 5:18PM Weapon speed is indeed important, mainly because you would want a slower weapon for the weapon damage. So much of the warrior DPS is based off raw weapon damage as opposed to attack power. But the question is do you sacrifice higher damage weapons for a more rage producing set up? something I have been contemplating as of late and would be awesome to get other input on.

I mean there is balance somewhere, typically in when you can reach a 3.1 swing speed or faster, plus slam resetting the swing timer. and that in general is mmmazin for rage gen, if you can get a weapon like Shadow's edge down to sub 3 second swings, best of both worlds. I would figure at least.

The Care and Feeding of Warriors: Fury demolishes entire cities in 4.0.1 {WoW}

Oct 30th 2010 5:10PM Tis very true, Bryntroll is too fast for warriors in general, but ya gotta take what ya can get sometimes :D

The Care and Feeding of Warriors: Fury demolishes entire cities in 4.0.1 {WoW}

Oct 30th 2010 4:51PM I do agree with the Skirmisher, I have that myself and do love it. That talent is indeed extremely useful in many situations. I have even used it to charge blood beasts, beat on them then charge saurfang again.

The Care and Feeding of Warriors: Fury demolishes entire cities in 4.0.1 {WoW}

Oct 30th 2010 12:37PM Spec he built is indeed a good survivability tree. So it would be a good leveling to 85 build. and FA is definitely a good thing to have in self healing fights like Saurfang, but beyond that, I dont see much use in it in a PVE environment. Blood craze is indeed useful in AoE damage fights, especially when you have a higher mastery rating, thus increasing the amount healed for, along with enraged regen, which with 18 mastery it restores around 50%ish if I remember correctly, but again, very situational. good stuff for togc anub maybe along with the bloodthirst heal, and maybe a fight like Dreamwalker so there is less healing focus on raid. Could possible get away with it easier if you ditch points from meat cleaver. Keeping the PH does have its advantages, but as it is with the rest of my rant, situational. Hate to use it in a situation I have encountered when you have "edumacated" Ranged dps on Saurfang. The definite good news is that the blood beast that isnt getting pulled off you cuz of the tiny amount of threat produced by PH shouldnt stay long cuz we no long have to rely on a cleave from WW being a mainstay in our DPS. So healer aggro is gonna over ride our own. :D

The Care and Feeding of Warriors: Fury demolishes entire cities in 4.0.1 {WoW}

Oct 30th 2010 12:37PM Welp I dun goof'd Imma tack this to where I meant to put it hehe

The Care and Feeding of Warriors: Fury demolishes entire cities in 4.0.1 {WoW}

Oct 30th 2010 12:23PM Proc chance maybe be piss poor at best yes, but the question is, is the damage lost from lower proc chance worth the damage lost from your stronger weapon being in your main hand.

The Care and Feeding of Warriors: Fury demolishes entire cities in 4.0.1 {WoW}

Oct 30th 2010 12:20PM Spec he built is indeed a good survivability tree. So it would be a good leveling to 85 build. and FA is definitely a good thing to have in self healing fights like Saurfang, but beyond that, I dont see much use in it in a PVE environment. Blood craze is indeed useful in AoE damage fights, especially when you have a higher mastery rating, thus increasing the amount healed for, along with enraged regen, which with 18 mastery it restores around 50%ish if I remember correctly, but again, very situational. good stuff for togc anub maybe along with the bloodthirst heal, and maybe a fight like Dreamwalker so there is less healing focus on raid. Could possible get away with it easier if you ditch points from meat cleaver. Keeping the PH does have its advantages, but as it is with the rest of my rant, situational. Hate to use it in a situation I have encountered when you have "edumacated" Ranged dps on Saurfang. The definite good news is that the blood beast that isnt getting pulled off you cuz of the tiny amount of threat produced by PH shouldnt stay long cuz we no long have to rely on a cleave from WW being a mainstay in our DPS. So healer aggro is gonna over ride our own. :D

The Care and Feeding of Warriors: Fury demolishes entire cities in 4.0.1 {WoW}

Oct 29th 2010 11:59PM IMO the way the tread seems to be setting I would say the heroic thrown as well. best hit with an attack power socket (very little it maybe but its still something). WTB STRENGTH RANGEADID WEAPONZ THAT ARENT TANKYZ, Pst fluffumz w/offer

The Care and Feeding of Warriors: Fury demolishes entire cities in 4.0.1 {WoW}

Oct 29th 2010 11:40PM Agreed, especially if specced into executioner. Makes for a fun finish on Raid bosses that dont just keel over after 3 seconds of 20%