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Erving

Numbercrunching Iblis Versus The Hungering Cold

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Fury goes for Hungering Cold and Mal'adeth or is the loss in damage too big to over come with 100% glancing damage?

Can dump the Edgemasters too and put on those gloves from C'Thun too, thats a big upgrade too.

Not if you're a human.... Damn humans.

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Well, I meant for those of us that weren't fortunate enough to roll Orc/Human :(

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This sword is loot drama personified, jesus.

I hear that clearly, if you have DKP whoever bids the most should get it, am I right?

I think swapping places on the drop might be a good idea hear. First two or so could go to tanks since they've got a good bit of threat to gain here, and then the next two go to rogues or fury warriors or something. Overall the sword is simply -too- good to give entirely to one class.

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Considering that once you have beaten K'thuzad, it shouldn't be so important to minmax anymore, as there are no new bosses to be faced. So let the highest bid decide, it's no point calculating 0.x dps advantages in raid-dps anymore.

You've beaten the game already, there is only one bonus level left...

Ashbringer (and maybe Atiesh)

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Considering that once you have beaten K'thuzad, it shouldn't be so important to minmax anymore, as there are no new bosses to be faced. So let the highest bid decide, it's no point calculating 0.x dps advantages in raid-dps anymore.

You've beaten the game already, there is only one bonus level left...

Ashbringer (and maybe Atiesh)

This isn't really a valid argument. Sure once you've gotten this sword, you've beaten everything once, but you probably intend to do it again don't you?

Wouldn't it be nice not to have to get world buffs and heavy consumables for fights like Loatheb, or presumably Kel'Thuzad? I doubt the guilds that have killed the four horsemen will automatically kill them in one shot next week.

Continued loot distribution in the spirit of progression will aid significantly in placing this content on a much cleaner, cheaper, and less stressful farm status. Once you one shot everything, every week, with the realisitic bare minimum of consumables, then you can start giving stuff to whoever for leveling to 70 though, sure.

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