Posted 02/27/09 at 10:30 AM byDerrek Updated 03/06/09 at 3:33 PM byDerrek
On our third night of 3D attempts, our 52nd pull (I hate fishing) downed Sartharian with his three subjects.
My main spec is resto, however I have geared specifically to MT sartharian until Vesperon is dead. Full buffed I had 404 fire resistance, 51k hp pre-debuff with only around 33% dodge. Pretty much everything I used was green, crafted, or BoJ from TBC except for my helm (old resto for stam), ring (heroic DK), and staff(nightmares).
The WoW AH has some distinct differences from reality. Recognizing these differences will help to play the 'AH game' better.
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I have been playing WoW since the Burning Crusade release. I have raided T4, T5, T6 and some of Sunwell pre-nerf. For WotLK I have rerolled a druid and have completed all current T7 raid content (10/25), while still working on 3D. Being a mid-30s professional and father of four, my raid time occurs after my young children are in bed. I don't generally have time to farm instances, herbs, or ore, as around 70-80% of my playtime is in a raid.
Rather uneven talents: Overall the resto tree was incredibly solid, but the value of individual talents was incredibly diverse. There were many talents that obviously powerful, and most of the rest were largely just there. You'd end up with around 4-7 points after taking everything you wanted, and instead of asking 'Which of the remaining options is the best' the question...
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