MissEvelyn

Why am I seeing STR as a stat for druids?

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Hi all :) I'm new here - in fact I just discovered Icy Veins a couple of days ago (I've been hiding under a rock I guess!). I'm working with my guild mates on getting reforged, gemmed, chanted etc. Every time I put my fiance's druid in to look at him (on mr robot) it says he needs the strength enchant for his gloves. This doesn't make much sense to me. I've played feral and guardian before but I cannot wrap my head around this strength thing.

I need some assistance with this as my druid is no longer my main (ugh i guess I don't really have main with six 90s and more on the way) but I feel that i'm not the best person to help him. I guess I need some insight on this.

Sorry if this has been mentioned before I'm just kind of at a loss :/

~MissEvelyn~

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The simple reason being that Strength provides 1 attack power per point (while agility grants 2).

So you're left with the choice of 170AP/170 Haste/170 Mastery.

Most guides recommend the attack power.

http://elitistjerks.com/f73/t130906-feral_cat_mists_pandaria_5_2_a/#Enchants

http://www.mmo-champion.com/threads/1197116-The-art-of-a-Kitten-Feral-PvE-guide-5-0-5

And you're not the only one, I was confused as well when I saw our feral druid do it and I thought that he had mixed up his enchants or something.

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Thank you so much!!!! It makes me want to play my druid again ... oh dear.. the life of an A.D.D. WoW Addict D:

Looks like Krazyito beat me to it - but he's right. The answer is just that the 170 STR (which gives attack power) is the best choice. I'll be updating our guide momentarily to reflect this. And welcome!

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