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    Is my gemming/reforging correct?

    I wanted to know if my gemming looks good, if not than what should i use for gems that are incorrect. Here is a link to armory http://us.battle.net/wow/en/characte...hfury/advanced

    Also if you someone could tell me what to reforge to. If my reforging is correct or not. I don't think it is tho.

    Yes I'm Doing Progression.
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    You're still using your fury glphys!!!

    You're missing all your profession tinkers.

    Shoulder: reforge hit to mastery, gem parry/stamina
    Cloak: reforge parry to dodge
    Chest: don't reforge dodge to parry
    Wrist: reforge hit to dodge
    Weapon: reforge hit to dodge
    Shield: reforge hit to dodge
    Ranged: reforge crit to mastery
    Ring 1: don't reforge from dodge to parry
    Ring 2: reforge from parry to dodge
    Boots: reforge from parry to dodge
    Legs: reforge from expertise to mastery
    Waist: don't reforge from dodge to parry
    Gloves: reforge from parry to dodge, enchant 50 mastery

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    Now for the Gems ...

    If you are in progression, those gems are fine since stam is used to enlarge the margin of errors.

    If you are only doing instances and are not doing progression, get rid of those Stamina gems. They were fine in Wrath, but hinders big time in Cata. Keep your dodge and parry values as equal as possible, and mastery should be in there somewhere

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    O.o I thought Stam Stacking was a no no except for certain fights.

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    Stam is okay, mastery is better, but it depends on the comfortability of your healers mostly, if they don't mind your higher hp pool and slightly lower mitigation levels it shouldn't make that large of a difference unless you're on the bleeding edge progression. Mastery I would say is more preferred simply because it lowers your overall damage intake, making you easier to heal. EH gains in both scenarios, but in different ways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by klausi View Post
    You're still using your fury glphys!!!

    You're missing all your profession tinkers.

    Shoulder: reforge hit to mastery, gem parry/stamina
    Cloak: reforge parry to dodge-(You should keep the Parry!!!!! )
    Chest: don't reforge dodge to parry
    Wrist: reforge hit to dodge-(Hit to Parry)
    Weapon: reforge hit to dodge-(Hit to Parry)
    Shield: reforge hit to dodge-
    (Hit to Parry)
    Ranged: reforge crit to mastery
    Ring 1: don't reforge from dodge to parry
    Ring 2: reforge from parry to dodge-No
    Boots: reforge from parry to dodge
    Legs: reforge from expertise to mastery
    Waist: don't reforge from dodge to parry
    Gloves: reforge from parry to dodge, enchant 50 mastery-No
    You would probably be ok with NOT reforging Dodge to Parry BUT please do not reforge all that Parry to Dodge!!!!!

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