With the exception of The Restrained Essence of Sapphiron (Naxx), this trinket gives out more overall dps than any of the pre-BC trinkets available.
yes, excellent trinket for any dps caster!
I would have to agree that this trinket is a must-have for any dps caster, but it is important to note that Mind Quickening Gem
is better in fight such as C'thun in AQ40 where burst dps is the key. The best combination, of course, would be this Tear combined with MQG.
Everyone one loves damage, and hates to see their spells miss, which is why this is one of the best trinkets in the game so far.
Unfortunately , this item is going to be nerfed big time during the expansion , since from +2%hit its going down to ~+1,3%hit at 70 , not to mention that it will age a lot due to the new item formula used for TBC items.
Still, ~1.3 to hit is a big deal, even at 70. So far, I haven't seen any beta trinkets with any spell hit rating at all. I believe, at 70 this trinket will be situational (i.e. a fight like Instructor Raszuvious, in which priests need spell hit to avoid resisted mind controls)
Neltharion was the Earth Warder, Aspect of the Black Earth Dragonflight. He was driven mad and became Deathwing, in the process wiping out most of the dragons during the War of the Ancients. During this event, he shed one last tear before going insane.
For those casters seeking to upgrade they're trinkets in The Burning Crusade, this trinket remains the second best passive trinket, after Quaqmirran's Eye.
There are only one or two replacements for this trinket, and it is from Illidan (the Skull) or getting exalted faction with the Black Temple (Ashtongue). However, most guilds are not in Black Temple, so this is still getting a lot of use.
Neltharion IS Deathwing.
Well considering that the one off Illidan has the on use effect to grant 175 spell haste for 20 seconds with a 2 min. cd I'd say it's a HUGE upgrade
Most players are not hit capped, and most raiders who are use gems to get there.
If you have access to Illidan loot, you are mostly in T6 level gear. By that time you are hit capped
gemming for it. So at that gear level, Skull and Hex Head are clearly superior for the damage stats. AND you get the on-use effect.
This trinket will certainly last you well into level 70, though, which is impressive for an item from a level 60 instance.
Nefarion is Neltharions(aka Deathwing, The earth wanderer) son...
This isn't better than 80 epics, but it's still not completely obsolete, it works well over most greens and blues when you're close to hit cap and meta gem doesn't support additional tweaking
Alternatively, you could replace a 16 hit gem with 19 spelldamage, and equip this trinket, giving you an effective +63 spellpower, which is at least competitive
They should make a quest chain, where as suggested elsewhere, you could upgrade this trinket.
Like, Wyrmcrest FTW? ^^
Amazing how wrong this is. This trinket was suprior to many other raiding ones in TBC. The spell power on this is equal to
Icon of the Silver Crescent
and the battlemaster trinkets. But due the fact that this also gives you 16 hit rating it's very much suprior. Theres no reason in having a ton of spell power, but you're missing every other of your attacks.
Imo this item could very well last into late ZA/SSC/TK, and if I had the opportunity I would swap my alt priests Direbrew Hhops or Dark Iron Smoking Pipe. I would probably lack one use effect, but it would clear our 2 gem slots. So instead of putting Great Dawnstone, I would be able to put in Runed Living Ruby or Veiled Noble Topaz if I was lacking some hit rating.
Never let Algalon find this.
Neltharion never seemed the type of dragon to cry...
"A silver liquid flows within the impenetrable ebony shell. The item feels pure. It radiates an essence of extreme power." -
This item is the key to telling us that Deathwing would be a future boss, as his tear along holds "extreme power", and in Cataclysm... I sure hope a level cap of 85 will be enough to take him down...
The "extreme power" referred to in the item is the power of Deathwing, the Black Dragon Aspect who will be returning for the third expansion,
. Considering this item was used when raiders were Level 60, "extreme power" is a reasonable term since Deathwing will be a Level 88 raid boss.
There should be some flavor event if you bring this to the Deathwing fight in
, like the
Deathwing QQed about getting killed
Interesting to note, this trinket sells for more than double the amount of most trinkets at this level, at over 20g. In fact it sells for more than both level 60 legendary weapons. Very valuable flavor text.
I didn't know fiery dragons had feelings... Not to mention watery tears... Oh well... He was probably still able to shed tears back then...
Thank you, QFred, for that piece of info. :)
I thought tears always represented sorrow, weakness, and/or respect for the brave. How does this tear have power?
After I got it from a BWL run, I thought: "Okay, very nice stat, maybe it will last for a few levels, until my Heirloom trinket can grow to level 74-75 BC blue quality"
I'm were very wrong ! The +38 intellect is equal to level 70 epic raid trinket, and way above any BC blue trinket, even at level 78 or 79. Moreover, the +16 hit is invaluable to any caster, when +hit item is still rare at low level. The combination of these two make this trinket last for me beyond the level 70, and can only be replace by Wrath blue items.
"Overpowerful !" I would say. It is indeed surprising when a level 60 items can last through the whole 60-72 process and outperform every BC blues and epic on the way. Very rare to see something like this.
Dragon's tears are so rare, that when one is finally shed, it is preserved forevermore. And the dragon who shed the tear goes insane from the humiliation. That is how Neltharion became Deathwing.
Can someone crunch the numbers and tell me how dense this item is? I mean it’s a liquid within a hard outer shell. As stated, “ A silver liquid flows within the impenetrable ebony shell.” The density of silver is 10.49 g/cm³, but I believe that’s silver in a solid state. This is silver in a liquid state. The density of ebony (wood) is 1.1-1.3 g/cm3, which isn’t nearly as dense but is stated to be impenetrable. This leaves a lot of grey area and variance as to the density of the tear itself. Some clarification would be helpful. I’d assume that the tear is comprised of more silver than ebony but who knows. What is the surface area of the object? What is the area of the internal cavity that houses the silver? All important questions if you ask me.
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