Do you guys even read your own guides?
This may sound sarcastic, but what else is there to say in the face of nonsense (literally) such as:
"3. Cooldown Usage
In this section, we assume that you have taken Dire Beast
, Lynx Rush
, and Glaive Toss
from your tier 4, 5, and 6 talents, respectively. This is because we deem them to be best talents for your DPS."
Yet, looking back at the very first item:
"1. Talent Choices..."
Here we we see the "First Choice" for talents being put forward as:
Tier 4: Fervor (not Dire Beast),
Tier 5: A Murder of Crows (not Lynx Rush),
Tier 6: Glaive Toss.
Well, you managed to be consistent with ONE
Talent choice. Shame it is one that is not even available to players yet!
Unless in Section 3 you are looking at DPS output, but in Section 1 you are selecting Talents not
based on DPS output, but against some other unnamed criteria?
In all seriousness, I started poking around on this site due to EJ being slow getting up-to-the-minute information concisely presented. What I have found here is information that looks well presented on the surface, but once probed it reveals low quality attention to detail in areas like this one.
EJ may be lagging behind in getting the Class/Spec posts organised to their previous standard, but if Icy Veins is even thinking of trying to hold a candle to them as a Class/Spec resource then it needs to lift its game and not make such basic errors.
Right now Icy Veins is starting to slide down in terms of trust just as happened to Noxxic.
Remember when Noxxic first came out and everyone said "Oh wow, you have to use Noxxic, they are uber
Then ppl started looking at it and it became fairly clear that if the advice on a given topic was clearly explained and on the first page of an EJ post, then the Noxxic advice magically agreed with it, but if the better advice from EJ was found buried away deep in a forum topic, then Noxxic quite frequently missed the point and gave out questionable advice. This lead to the view among serious gamers that Noxxic was good for noobs and EJ was the resource for those with the ability to comprehend the finer details.
This site has a lot of potential but it is spoilt by errors such as noted above.