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Disc 2 set > warforged?

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Hey guys. So I'm gearing up my disc priest and I was lucky enough to get the warforged legs off of Ordos pretty quickly. But last night I was running flex 4 and got my 2 set (shoulders and legs). I was just wondering if it would be better to use the flex legs for my 2 set or continue to use the warforged legs. Thanks!

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The 4-set is debatable, but 2-set is manditory, keep it at going at all costs. 

 

That being said, do killl one of the 4 spirits every week for chance at SoO normal leveled tier.  Maybe you'll get the gloves and you'll be able to use those new warforged pants. 

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Yeah, the 2set is worth the stats loss, and the 4set is nice w/amp trinket but not really a necessity. Also if I'm not mistaken the ordos pants don't have crit so they aren't the best for disc, but if you get another teir piece by all means use them :)

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Just don't get rid of them! Once you get a third piece you can wear the two pieces of non-pants tier so that you can use WF'd while waiting for your four-piece (and then if you get five pieces, you can wear them again :P)

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Yes, the 2pc is worth using over the WF pc.  Like everyone has mentioned, keep the WF and stay on top of trying to pick up another tier pc so you can re-equip it when RNG, Lord of WoW, smiles on you.  Lastly, now that you have 2pc make sure you are tracking your AA closely to keep your uptime as high as possible.  Grats on the tier and about time you showed your Disc some SoO love!

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Do what u have to to keep the 2pc. Make sure you are keeping it active as much as possible to make the sacrifice worth it.

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