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Thread: Full T5 or not to full T5

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jun 2008

    Full T5 or not to full T5

    I've been doing a bit of research, and Though it seems like a stupid question, If I have access to full T5, is it worth aiming for as a Protection Paladin to be? Or should I at least buy Chestplate of Stoicism.

    How I see it, the tier gear is heavily lacking on stamina and defense rating and I'm curious.

    I can see how the additional block rating may be very handy and being as its a purely paladin set, it has stats like spell damage to help with threat generation.

    So all in all, should I get full Tier 5 or aim for 4/5 and say get a different chest, leggings, etc.
    Or should I just grab certain pieces, like the gloves or the helm or etc and fill in the gaps with the new badge gear?

    *While I'm asking questions*

    What bracer's, rings, etc do you fellow tanks recommend. I'm looking at keeping my Karazhan Reputation ring, the Shermanar Great-Ring for the time being, atleast until the Seventh Ring of the Tirisfalen drops or I accumulate the badges to buy the new badge ring.

    All in all I'm just after some advice.

    I am open to the suggestion of getting the full T5 for a trash, treat generation kit and the badge gear for shear mitigation.

    *I'm sorry for the wall o' text type questions, but after getting nothing but relentless and stupid "flaming" at the WoW forums, I decided to migrate to greener and more thought out pastures.*

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Aug 2007
    Can you link us your armory please? I think it would make it easier for others to give you feed back if they can get a better visual on your gear level. Thanks.
    Last edited by Alchamire; 06-12-2008 at 09:12 PM.
    Armory! And when Armory is down... Warcrafter!

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  3. #3
    Join Date
    May 2008
    Sure, The World of Warcraft Armory
    keep in mind, I'm still a healer at the moment and all my gear reflects it as such.

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