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Thread: Improved defensive stance: why so much negativity?

  1. #41
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    I'm definitely not a fan in putting talent points in a 30 minute ability but I had to spend 1 point in one of the following.

    Tactical Mastery,
    Anticipation,
    Improved Revenge,
    Improved Disarm,
    Improved Taunt,
    Improved Shield Wall,
    Improved Shield Bash,

    Because until I spent that 25th point, the rest of the tree is locked.

    So it just *felt* right to put that point in Shield Wall since it's twice as good as the second point is and none of the other talents are all that great.
    Last edited by Link; 08-08-2008 at 11:08 AM.

  2. #42
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    Quote Originally Posted by Link View Post
    I'm definitely not a fan in putting talent points in a 30 minute ability but I had to spend 1 point in one of the following.

    Tactical Mastery,
    Anticipation,
    Improved Revenge,
    Improved Disarm,
    Improved Taunt,
    Improved Shield Wall,
    Improved Shield Bash,

    Because until I spent that 25th point, the rest of the tree is locked.

    So it just *felt* right to put that point in Shield Wall since it's twice as good as the second point is and none of the other talents are all that great.
    You don't have max anticipation? Even when you're at 490 defense, it still offers a significant chunk of avoidance. It will almost certainly to more for you than one point in improved shield wall.

  3. #43
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    Maybe I'll put 5 into anticipation rather than 3, only 1 into improved bloodrage, and leave imp shield wall alone.

    I'll think about it.

    It's just hard to let go of imp bloodrage since it's built into my tanking macro.
    Last edited by Link; 08-08-2008 at 12:59 PM.

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