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This is actually pretty neat. I've looked for upgrades before but I never thought to save it to a profile.
Sticky please! Oh, wait...
Is it wrong for me to say that the ret spec in the image is horrible?
Is it wrong for me to say that the ret spec in the image is horrible?It's not perfect, but it's also not "horrible" by any stretch.And I could easily see it being from the days of ToGC25 Anub, a lot of guild who were short on pallies had one or two pick up the cd reduction on HoP, though that doesn't match the gear shown. Regardless, still not horrible. It's pretty hard to make a horrible Ret spec, there simply aren't that many -required- talents, the leftovers are all used to pick up some kind of utility, and utility, by it's very nature, is situational by raid comp/encounter/personal preference.EDIT: So I missed the aside in the article about using it for PvP. If it fits what they're aiming to do in PvP, more power to them.
Is it wrong for me to say that the ret spec in the image is horrible?It's an example....Wrong? No. Annoying? Yes.
He wasn't saying "ZOMG THIS SPEC IS TEH GR8 USE IT PLOX" but simply using it as an example. It serves its purpose. He could have simply put 1 point in as many talents as possible and it still would serve its purpose.
Thank you very much for explaining all of this =D
Very nice post. I've been using this for quite a while now and it comes in handy. However what I would like is a real Wish List feature in Wow. For example a few minutes ago I was looking for potential upgrades to my belt and found two, which I both want to save somewhere. Of course I could make two profiles, and when I find 5 potential upgrades I could make 5, but that's all a bit silly. :)For this a plain list to save items to would be even awesomer.Just my 2 copper.