Post by Skosiris
Sure, why not. As long as you pick one that is tailored for ret. paladins. This one
might be a bad choice.
Post by wrathofkhan
Any slow eapon with Seal of Command is perfect. I got http://www.wowhead.com/?item=18869
at 60 and plan on using it till 68 or so.
Post by armandhammer
So what is considered a nice and slow weapon speed? I am not so into things that I really understand all the gear specs so I usually just go by the obvious stuff (damage range, buffs, enchants) which I am learning now that is not such a good thing that there is more to it then just those numbers. Here is what I am currently equipped with:http://www.wowhead.com/?item=6830
How does that stack up for a lvl 38 ret. spec pally?
Post by sky3union
Houstan, we have a relic here.
I mean post from 2007? whoa....Two-Handed Weapon Specialization
Requires Two-Handed Axes, Two-Handed Maces, Polearms
, Two-Handed Swords
Increases the damage you deal with two-handed melee weapons
by 6%. Black Ice
Binds when picked upTwo-Hand Polearm
570 - 856 Damage Speed 3.50
(203.7 damage per second)
(2084 feral attack power)
Durability 120 / 120
Requires Level 80
Equip: Improves hit rating by 72 (2.2% @ L80).
Equip: Improves haste rating by 58 (1.77% @ L80).
Equip: Increases attack power by 134.
If the weapon is an upgrade for you, by all means go for it. You can easily calculate max and min dmg from attack power.
But if the weapon is similar in item level, such as choosing quest reward from The Champion of Anguish
, generally stats from polearm is for huntards (agi, ap) while most two-handed axe, mace are focused on str.
You should research two-handed weapon upgrades beforehand you hit the instance, raid.
edit: i'm getting dumber every second. grammar error