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General Weapons and how to swing them harder.

Discussion in 'Guides' started by StS Ralso, Jul 30, 2016.

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  1. Fx

    Fx Unnecessarily Rude

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    Isn't that the old hunter starting weapon from when you started with an axe instead of a bow?
     
  2. Stale

    Stale Grandfathered

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    No, starting weapons were all called Worn <x> and they weren't Bop.
     
  3. Bestworld

    Bestworld MBA

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    No, it just doesn't show up as an option when you complete the quest as an outlaw rogue. I'm not sure if this is intentional or not, but I've had multiple friends make a ticket and receive the axe explaining that it's weird they get a dagger instead of the axe
     
  4. Hashbrowns

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    I just tried, not an option as pally. Wowhead says available for shaman or DK.
     
  5. Bestworld

    Bestworld MBA

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    Yeah, you just have to try your luck with a GM I suppose.
     
  6. raziel83

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    That's because the avenger's shield formula is based on attack power (435% AP to be exact). Slow speed MH weapons do absolutely nothing to your attack power. Attack power is derived from your pvp stat templates and ilvl scaling. The only ability a slow weapon would affect for a prot pally would be hammer of the righteousness as it's formula is '125% physical damage'. So in short, yes slow weapons aren't useful for prot pallies.

    Judgment is 250% spell power, once again not affected by MH weapon speed. Only ability formulas that include '% of physical damage' are affected by this. So the main benefactors are warriors / hunters / outlaw rogues etc.
     
  7. Snack

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    Cool, I'll try :)
     
  8. Hashbrowns

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    If your stacking AGM, Insig and a few GF'd piece's, going for the highest ilvl wand will be the most beneficial otherwise using whatever wand you like the look of etc will do <0.1% difference.
     
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  12. Eriwen

    Eriwen Grandfathered

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    Well I have Sunstrider Axe but not Brushwood which is why I wanted to know, so Axe MH and ilvl 27 wep in OH?
     
  13. Snack

    Snack Salty

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    yes
     
  14. Hashbrowns

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    Assuming Outlaw still pays the OH penality for auto attacks your best bet is going to be dagger OH. Any yellow attack that uses the OH is calculated from the MH weapons damage so you are just picking an OH for autos at this point (if it uses OH to calculate autos?...)

    So go fast and get back on MH.
     
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    Tooltips actually show a damage loss with Brushwood Blade too, not sure what's up with it but definitely not worth using.
     
  16. Kórnikus20

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    I read somewhere in this web that some ilvl thing in your bag could count for your average ilvl or something like that. ¿Is this true?
    ¿And which GF's do u know? I dont know very much about them :s
     
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  17. Holythane

    Holythane Lewno

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    When cataclysm hit they completely revamped questing, due to this lots of items that where once bis and still are due to there high item level are no longer available (grandfathered).
     
  18. Kórnikus20

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    And, ¿which of them do u know for lvl 20? I think some of they could be:
    http://www.wowhead.com/item=4119/raptor-hunter-tunic#english-comments
    http://www.wowhead.com/item=134648/rookies-boots
    http://www.wowhead.com/item=6727/razzerics-racing-grips#english-comments

    And what about ''I read somewhere in this web that some ilvl thing in your bag could count for your average ilvl or something like that. ¿Is this true?''
     
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  19. Hashbrowns

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    So there are 2 ways Blizzard can pull Item Level
    Overall would include stuff in your bags. For BG's it's pulling Equipped.
     

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