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[DK-PvE] Understanding raiding DPS DKs

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Re: [DK-PvE] Understanding raiding DPS DKs

Postby Levantine » Tue Mar 30, 2010 4:39 pm

blakk wrote:Either keep salve ready for him or tell him to take a couple points in subversion. Killing machine, black ice, and if RP isnt a problem cotg are good places to pull a point or two.

This would be where I take points from, although I make a point of keeping a Revitalise Resto Druid near me at all times in a raid.
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Re: [DK-PvE] Understanding raiding DPS DKs

Postby blakk » Tue Mar 30, 2010 6:08 pm

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Re: [DK-PvE] Understanding raiding DPS DKs

Postby Flex » Wed Mar 31, 2010 9:03 am

ulushnar wrote:It's bizarre. Back when I was playing my DK, I was the Warrior Tank's favorite recipient of Vigilance. Now that I'm playing my Hunter, I'm still getting buffed with it every raid. :/

well aren't hunters still the most threat per damage done making placing it on a hunter the best way to increase the warrior's TPS?

I had to spec my crappily geared DK into Subversion for heroics since I got tired of eating floor every run.
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Re: [DK-PvE] Understanding raiding DPS DKs

Postby semp » Thu Apr 08, 2010 8:03 am

something like 1/52/18 is the commonly accepted frsot DW spec as far as i know. 1 point in subversion should be more than enough for threat reduction.
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