Whoa, whoa, whoa, wait a second,where is Ragnaros' spell dagger?
Am I looking at this wrong or is there no cloth spirit gear at all in the entire instance, apart from one head? If so, us Disc/Holy priests aren't really getting much out of the raid at all, except maybe some VPs.
so my warlock will start its journey with robes and staff :PAwesome ! =D
there's a lot of weapons for hunters :D
So are they going to use the same item models or are they actually going to put some work in and make them look different?
So Hunters, 2 handed users and mace spellcasters get a higher ilvl weapon off Rag, and the rest of us have to settle with lesser stuff? Not fair! :(
To expand on this:Holy Paladins have items available for 7 slots; Shoulders, Hands, Chest, Wrist, Legs, Head, Feet.Restoration Shamans have items available for 6 slots: Shoulders, Chest, Wrist, Legs, Head, Feet.Restoration Druids have items available for 7 slots: Shoulders, Hands, Chest, Wrist, Legs, Head, Feet.While priests are forgotten with an item available for 1 slot: Head.Looks a lot like priests won't be healing this content that often as the only way to gear up will be via Valor Points. Any idea whether this will make it to live?
Living Ember makes more sense to correspond to Primordial Saronite, as the Crystallized Firestone are both BoP, epic, and from heroic only. It would make more sense if these are used for heroic crafts (which would be a really cool thing).
A mount off of Ragnaros eh...?
Is anyone else concerned about the size of the loot tables in regards to ten man? RNG is already unforgiving as it stands, and we should be expecting them to add a few more pieces for holy/disc priests...
Only 1 wep for enhancement shammies, and The Hungerer is totaly useless for us.
Oh my god... A WAND!
If this is 'all', it seems I have to respec to TG in 4.2, very dissapointing since I love SMF.
Not even one single Gun for Hunters, oh man :'(
I'm not sure if I missed it, but I don't see any one-handed weapons for single minded fury for warriors? I'll look through it again, though.