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Prot Pala - Fortitude of the Nightborne yes or no?

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Hello,

yesterday i completed my set pieces for the "Fortitude of nightborne " - set.

Both pieces are only itemlevel 840.

This is my current equip --> http://eu.battle.net/wow/en/character/eredar/Glóriòn/advanced

My question is now and i'm really not sure:

Is it worth to use it because of the set bonus or not in comparison to the current breast and shoulder?

Thanks in advance for your hints.

 

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I've run the sims for your current gear and with the set bonus from Inferno Breastplate and Frozen Pendulum Shoulderguards.

Before:

Glóriòn : 130509 dps, 45765 dtps, 51045 hps (8044 aps), 63.1k TMI

After:

Glóriòn : 130737 dps, 46302 dtps, 51660 hps (8042 aps), 63.2k TMI

So, there's a very slight increase to DPS and HPS - but you'll take slightly more damage. Really there is very little difference between your two options, I'd personally recommend sticking with your current gear so that you don't have to play around a random proc (which is always annoying!). Also, it sucks when you equip 'new' gear and your ilvl goes down! :P

TL;DR - Stick with your current gear :)

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