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Message to User:
Capitalization is a good thing. And methinks you need to look up how normalization actually works.
I'm quite new to dual wielding, and got myself 2 "fast" weapons and tried out the 0/32/39 build.
I've been reading in a lot of posts that a "slow" main hand would be better than a "fast" main hand.
I know it has been explained somewhere in those 70some pages, but i really can't find it.
Can, someone, please, explain why, in numbers, and in which specc a "slow" main hand is better than a "fast" one?
for example, the 0/44/27 build uses Frost Strikes to rune dump. And Frost Strike is weapon damage based, but isn't the damage normalized? (aka, ( wep dps * 2.7 + bonus ) * modifiers )
i also read up that 0/32/39 benefits from a "slow" main hand. I know that pre-nerf a "fast" MH was good due to KM procs
can someone enlighten me?