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Ailith
10-01-2007, 04:34 PM
Hiya,
My warrior has reached level 57 now, with a 40/5/3 build. This leaves me with 3 points left to spend. When I reach level 58 I was going to place the talent point in endless rage, leaving me with the following build:

http://www.worldofwarcraft.com/info/classes/warrior/talents.html?0532002035201052002125105000000000000 00000000300000000000000000000

I was wondering if anyone have any suggestions on where I might spend the last 2 points for level 59 and 60? I currently have three places I was thinking about, but curious to other suggestions.

Option 1 - 2 Points -> Iron Will. I know I have second wind but being stunned/charmed less would be nice. And Second wind is there when i fail to resist.

Option 2 - 2 Points -> Improved Disciplines. Certainly sounds nice.

Option 3 - 2 Points -> Improved Bloodrage.

There are other options, of course, but these three are the most tempting (Option 3 the least tempting of them tbh). Just curious if anyone has any other suggestions? It is also possible for me to drop a point or two from Tactical Mastery, I haven't found the third point drastically changes my playing to be honest.

This is mostly for pvp btw, I'm likely to respec protection at a later level (say, level 70).

Thanks!

Fintan
10-01-2007, 04:41 PM
I'd be tempted to go for improved disciplines, but then I'm in love with Recklessness. :(

Iron will is probably going to be the best investment if you're going strictly for PvP.

Ailith
10-01-2007, 04:46 PM
Recklessness is what makes improved disciplines tempting to me too :twisted: Longer lasting & shorter cooldown <3

But, I haven't used recklessness so much in pvp atm. Only a few times when I need to get a flag back or something. Mainly because of the cooldown and I tend... to.. die... need better gear :(

But yea, it's definitely a tempting one still. :)

Flawless
10-01-2007, 05:04 PM
Personally I don't find weapon mastery much of an investment, I don't get disarmed much in BG's 1 BG a day on average I would put it at.

http://www.worldofwarcraft.com/info/classes/warrior/talents.html?0500502135201050032125105000000000000 00000000300000000000000000000

is what I would take, could change Blood Frenzy for something else that takes your fancy

Moomonde
10-01-2007, 05:21 PM
anger management is useful in my experience, as for imp disciplines, i'm not a great fan of IWIN buttons, no proper skill in using them (and look who likes them!)

and why imp rend? 10 rage that can be used more appropriately (need more rage comes up too much for us at this time) and iron will is too useful in PvP vs drakedog fanboy locks, plus rogues HATE not stunning someone when they intend to (ask them what they think if you dont believe me, a 2nd wind proc [which is more useful for the immobilisation counteraction than the stun anyway] or resisted 5pt KS from a premed rogue).

i'd recommend a point more in arms for anger management, then your last in unbridled wrath, it'll help you when levelling also as i would imagine you'd go towards enrage as you level.

Chonar
10-01-2007, 06:07 PM
Recklesness is an I-WIN-BEFORE-LOSING button though.

Utena
10-01-2007, 06:36 PM
I almost always forget about my 30 min cooldowns in pvp...

Ailith
10-01-2007, 06:52 PM
Ok, I respecced for now to:

http://www.worldofwarcraft.com/info/classes/warrior/talents.html?0532002035201052002125105000000000000 00000000300000000000000000000

I usually use rend against rogues at the start of the fight to make sure they have problems restealthing. Just incase deep wounds doesn't proc and I thought the extra damage was nice enough for that.

Usually I charge + hamstring, then rend so that blood frenzy takes effect (assuming I dont crit, for deep wounds). I'm well aware how annoying it is for rogues to miss a stun :) as well as how annoying it is to not be able to restealth. Ok, they can stealth for the duration between ticks, but it can be annoying.

I think I will miss imp charge atm though :)

Thanks for the comments! Still pretty new as a warrior but enjoying it.

Ailith
10-01-2007, 06:54 PM
I almost always forget about my 30 min cooldowns in pvp...

Yea me too, thing is I typically can only use it once with the 30 min cooldown. So I'm a bit loathe to use it. I discovered recklessness' useful recently though for taking down the flag carrier. And shield wall I've used a couple of times when flag running.

Rarely use retaliation though. If i'm getting hit on by one person, it's not worth it. If i'm getting hit on by lots, I'm going to die anyway and it's not going to damage them each too much. So I typically dont use it, as recklessness is way more useful in pvp IMHO. I dont use recklessness too much atm though. But a 20 min cooldown may make it more useful.

Fintan
10-01-2007, 06:56 PM
Retaliation is useless unless you happen to be fighting an army of blind Rogues. Anyone with a clue will notice the wall of spinning blades around you and ignore you, or disarm you then ignore you for the duration. Recklessness is a 90% guranteed flag return however. :]

Utena
10-01-2007, 07:33 PM
Retaliation's tool tip will be changed soon to "miss your next 20 attacks & die" or something along those lines.

Ailith
10-01-2007, 07:43 PM
fwiw, endless rage is teh uber.... though it maybe because i've coupled it with anger management. Whatever, i get loads of rage :o

Stim
11-01-2007, 11:15 AM
Weapon Mastery got fixed I believe and now gains immunity to disarm in PvE too... Need lil more testing ont this though!