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Ret Gear Lists similar to Petrus' Tank List

Postby Ocin » Tue Aug 11, 2009 7:36 pm

Is there a gear list similar to:

viewtopic.php?f=21&t=20890

for Ret pallys? I've been looking everywhere, but no luck+
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Re: Ret Gear Lists similar to Petrus' Tank List

Postby Invisusira » Tue Aug 11, 2009 7:47 pm

http://maxdps.com/paladin/retribution.php

People will always argue that some stats aren't weighed properly, but it works just fine for a starting point at least.
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Re: Ret Gear Lists similar to Petrus' Tank List

Postby Punkss2 » Tue Aug 11, 2009 8:07 pm

RAWR works too, I did as Invis said, used maxdps.com until it was getting to the little upgrades and started using RAWR.
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Re: Ret Gear Lists similar to Petrus' Tank List

Postby Ocin » Tue Aug 11, 2009 10:35 pm

I mainly want to use it for a libram upgrade path to be honest, so maxdps will work except for that since my results in that slot are funky.

I'm using the Libram of Radiance at the moment.
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Re: Ret Gear Lists similar to Petrus' Tank List

Postby majiben » Wed Aug 12, 2009 4:44 am

Ah, in that case it's rather simple to do.

Prenaxx => Radiance => discord => PvP librams by season => libram of valiance.

The pvp librams are much better than the naxx and ulduar librams and in turn the valiance libram is much better than pvp ones.
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Re: Ret Gear Lists similar to Petrus' Tank List

Postby Ano » Wed Aug 12, 2009 6:03 am

I like rawr personally.
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Re: Ret Gear Lists similar to Petrus' Tank List

Postby Ocin » Wed Aug 12, 2009 6:41 am

Ano wrote:I like rawr personally.


Not working on Macs yet I don't think :(
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Re: Ret Gear Lists similar to Petrus' Tank List

Postby majiben » Wed Aug 12, 2009 7:05 am

Ocin wrote:
Ano wrote:I like rawr personally.


Not working on Macs yet I don't think :(

If I recall correctly they have no plans to have it work for macs and simply expect you to duel boot.
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Re: Ret Gear Lists similar to Petrus' Tank List

Postby lusisia » Wed Aug 12, 2009 1:38 pm

Majiben wrote:
Ocin wrote:
Ano wrote:I like rawr personally.


Not working on Macs yet I don't think :(

If I recall correctly they have no plans to have it work for macs and simply expect you to duel boot.


Not entirely true. It's written in .NET and C#. It's actually coded to not use any Windows specific stuff however Mono is always a little behind the current .NET release. The plans are for the 2.0 version to track with Mono and be cross-platform.

That being said, I've gotten the current Rawr releases to work on a Mac using the PREVIOUS (not current) version of Mono. Some of the Forms stuff is kind of ugly but it works in a basic manner. The developer actually uses MonoDevelop to write Rawr.

Having said all that, it does work better on Windows as opposed to Mac and Linux. The best bet is to use Parralels or BootCamp. Sucks to do all that for one program but it's not like you can't build your upgrade list and copy it to the Mac.
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Re: Ret Gear Lists similar to Petrus' Tank List

Postby halabar » Wed Aug 12, 2009 3:00 pm

lusisia wrote:Having said all that, it does work better on Windows as opposed to Mac and Linux. The best bet is to use Parralels or BootCamp. Sucks to do all that for one program but it's not like you can't build your upgrade list and copy it to the Mac.


I just had some nasty issues with Boot Camp. The installed Vista OS would not see my network, no matter what I did. So I removed the boot camp partion, and when I restarted the machine, I got a dos boot prompt.. ewww..

So I'm going to wipe the drive, and use VMware Fusion instead. (never liked Parallels at all).

And yeah.. MaxDPS then RAWR. (Same for hunters....)
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