Hello... I'm the sole dps dk that is in my guild's 25 man and 10man raids. I do not mind playing a orc death knight nor a blood elf death knight. How beneficial are the orc racials? I do prefer the blood elf aesthetics more that the orc. Though both are equally awesome. I used rawr with different sets and lvls of gear to differentiate the dps between a orc dk and a blood elf dk. I found that it ranges from 150+ dps to 200+ dps.
Would that make much of a difference on whether a boss gets downed or not?( Example: Rotface 25man regular)
Also... would the magic resistance racial of the blood elves make a difference on any of the infusion fights? I prefer to do as much dps as possible, no matter my race. If its actually hurting me and my dps , and in consequence the raid i'm in. I will see about switching to orc as soon as possible.
P.S. the ap racial, the pet dmg buff racial and the +5 expertise with axes is quite nice.
My question is: Should I equip the Heroic Helm and lose my 4pc t10 or should I just keep the helm for a later time..if so when should I use it. OR should I just get rid of it completely and just try for the Heroic tokens for my 4pc?
Thanks for whoever can answer this question sufficiently for me.
Sorry if this is the wrong place for posting this..I couldnt find anywhere else.
I thought the Fester and Rotface damage was some nonsense Shadowstorm, both Shadow and Nature and take the lower of the two to decide what you can resist, but never both. So if you have a priest, NR totem is useless.
I had a similar discrepancy somewhat recently also, and it turned out that the (heroic) tag of my helm was scrolled off of the edge of the box that listed my helm on the sheet. So while I intended to select Sanctified Shadowblade Helmet, the ilvl 264 version, I accidentally chose Sanctified Shadowblade Helmet (Heroic), and the heroic part was just scrolled off. Took me forever to find the error. If it's not gems, try double checking your heroic items.
Just controlled that, still same fail. gonna try and download it again