Not only did you fail to capitalize pretty much everything, but baseless assertions and 'feelings' are worthless. In this place, try winning people over to your side with an argument of logic. It works better.
Originally Posted by Furrymaker
After playing as both arms and fury it really seems the four set bonus is far more valuable for arms where rage is much harder to come by and all GCDs must be utilized. It's nice for fury but I'll drop it in a heart beat for best in slot items once our hunters and rogues already have them. Personally I wouldn't drop the four set bonus for the items you've mentioned but I would for the blue aspect helm, frost adroit handguards, and chestguard of the recluse. At a quick glance at a recent wws it looks like the four set bonus procs about an average of eight times in a three minute fight. Not a tremendous amount of rage saved but slightly helpful none the less, sort of like unbridled wrath, not much of a dps incease.
yea thats what i thought but i wanted to be positive. but you will have to explain to me why blue aspect helm over obsidean greathelm.
98 strength =196 AP
76 crit rating
and another socket (same as blue aspect helm)
socket bonus = 8 strength = 16 AP
overall being 212 AP
Blue Aspect helm
58 crit rating
+58 agility = not sure how much crit rating O_O
and another socket (same)
+4 haste rating socket bonus
gems arent a problem for me as i am a JC so 27 strength gem will be what i use.
i cant see how it is possible that blue aspect helm > Obsidean greathelm
i havent even talked about armor that will increase attack power due to ATT or the fact that it has 106 strength on it total not including the gems which will be effected by kings in a raid giving you more AP.
obsidean greathelm = more AP/strength and more expertise
blue aspect helm = more crit and haste
i realize thats not full caclculations but just the rough idea really seems to convince me.