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HELLO! We're a Horde guild on the linked realms Skullcrusher, Gul'dan and Black Dragonflight - I like to call it Dan Blackskull - sounds like a bad D&D character name. We're looking for a holy paladin, and a warlock to take over a main raid spot. But, your experience and that you make us laugh matters to us more than the class.
We raid 7pm to 11pm EST Monday and Sunday. We do Mythic, so this would involve a transfer. Sorry, we can't cross realm current mythic content. Not my rule, talk to Blizzard. If you choose to join us, be prepared for stupid jokes, too many puns, and steady progress. We expect you to:
• Don't bring the drama, don't be a douche.
• Improve your own play with each attempt. We want another guild member, not a carry.
• Be there. We raid 8 times in a month - that's it. If you can only make every Sunday, you're missing 1/2 the raids.
In return you can expect us to:
• Work with you to try and improve
• Not go psycho at you when you make a mistake (we might laugh)
• Respect your time. We do not go late, I do not add days.
Ideally you'd be around 915 item level (my alt is 914 and only pugs normal. You can do it.) Being short isn't a deal breaker, but someone running at 880 is going to have a hard time making up the dps, heals, survivability (is that a word? who cares! it is now,) that is needed to justify a spot. If you're looking for someone to carry you through the raid and just soak up gear, we wish you luck elsewhere. Comms: We use Discord for voice chat. Loot: We roll for loot and distribute it through RCLootCouncil. Trials are permitted to roll on loot, but can only win if no one needs the loot for Main spec, the spec they are playing in the raid. Should we accept you and you join, then the trial period is over, and you have full rights to loot. If interested, contact Tthrack#1350 (guild leader), anyone in Questionable Morality on Skullcrusher or drop a an app in on our Website QuestionableMorality.com.
So I just got my Rogue to 110 on Monday and plan on raiding soon. But I am a bit unhappy about Vigor not being an option. Every guide I found put the other two talents above it. I really like playing with Vigor, this might just be because my gear is still kinda bad and messed up(850ish), but it feels a lot smoother with Vigor.
So I wanted to know why excactly the other two are better and by how much.
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