Just dinged 76, and I have yet to replace these. I haven't run any instances besides Nexus, though, so your mileage may vary.
pretty decent amount of str, hit, and crit on those.
For a Ret Paladin, the leather pants reward is better.
GG on the dps plate itemization, blizz.
IMO these are itemized perfectly for a Fury Warrior.
May not work for all plate classes but we can't make everyone happy now can we
Why don't you go ahead and let us know what's better about those legs at all....
My apologies, I simply thought it would go without saying. You'd think you would get to level 71 knowing a little something about your class is all...
To clarify though for those who don't:
Even with Divine Strength, you'll only get ~85 AP from the plate pants over the 94 you'll get from the leather pants. With Blessing of Kings it'll even out at about 94 AP for the plate pants as well, but these pants you get at level 71, meaning you'll still be leveling, meaning you'll have Blessing of Might and not Kings (not sure why you as a ret paladin would even spec into Kings before the very last 5 points you get).
Yes, the plate pants have more crit rating on them, but the crit gained from the Agi on the leather pants will make the crit % gained from them the same. Yes, the crit gained from Agi will devalue over time, but by the time you get to the point where the difference is of any consequence you'll have upgraded these (hopefully) by then.
The leather pants have stamina on them. Yeah you can burn AoW FoL's every chance they proc, but as a Retribution paladin mana is a precious and limited commodity, not one you'll want to so throw away so easily, especially when you're fighting against mobs several levels above you which, again, as a ret paladin, you should be doing.
Hit rating isn't really a leveling stat. And for a ret pally, stam is. That said, I guess I should qualify my statements by saying if you plan on solely instancing your way to 80, the plate pants are okay. If you plan on doing at least a light amount of questing, the leather ones are the way to go.
I find these being a bit more itemized for a fury warrior than an arms warrior, in my opinion, as when fury you will have self-healing through
(3% of max health in 3 successful hits, 6% if
when you get critted (Another 6% over 6 seconds, ticking 3 times for 2% health every tick). Also, fury warriors need alot more hit than arms warriors and they have 2 things that proc off crits,
In short I find these a bit more itemized for a warr who don't need much stamina as a fury warrior can gain health through self-healing by abilities. Arms only have one healing effect, which is
. It procs off immobilization, which can be rare on mobs.
A fury warrior can effectively stay topped during a fight with 1 mob and lose some with 2 mobs, whilst arms will probably take more damage, and only stay topped of the mob likes to immobilize.
A retri paladin would like these aswell. They can heal in combat by using their healing spells, mainly instant flash of lights because of a talent that makes flash of light instant. There are a few skills for retri paladins that procs off crits off certain attacks and abilities,
The Art of War
(Stackable 3 times) and
Sheath of Light
(Even though it's mainly used for healing yourself or a party member when questing/grinding)
Plus strength > agility for most melee plate classes make this hard to pass up.
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