For Crystal Spire of Karabor you are right but for the wrong reason:
Zhar'doom is a zergling...
Madness of the Betrayer isn't bis for ret paladins
Such a trash and wrong post that they didn't even want to label the idiot who made it so it's just posted " By wowhead ".
Bulwark of Azzinoth where?
This post is so littered with mistakes and/or bad information that it's not even funny.Zhar'doom is a felhound, not a zergling. He is actually present in the TCG. But even without knowing about the TCG, you can tell by the mana feelers on its back, that felhounds use to drain the magic from their opponents.It mentions Crystal Spire of Karabor being good on main tank healers, yet completely leaves out paladins which are the strongest tank healers in the game. Also, on fights where the whole raid is taking lots of damage, this item is more valuable on a priest or shaman because chain heal and circle of healing can trigger the extra heal per each individual target that the heals land on, getting way more procs than a tank healer could in that scenario.Faceplate of the impenetrable: this one is more debatable, but with the right itemization, gems and enchants, I would argue that Lightbringer Faceguard is better in a balanced set. Threat-wise, Lightbringer Faceguard is hands down supperior. The only type of itemization where I would pick the Faceplate would be an EHP set. But honestly hp tanking isn't the paladin's strongest trait.There are other points that can be made from this point, but this comment is already too long as it is.
I'd guess writer is a meh pala tank main going by the comments on the archi sword. Though they completely forget about the mace that drops from BT trash which has the crit but not hit though ele/sp/boomie would like it too.
Looks more like a fel hunter to me.
Zhar'doom is based on felhound, its even nearly the same texture, how can you even mistake it for zerglingCrystal of karabor actually heavily depends on who is tank and raid healer to get the most benefit, since proc is based off castTempest of Chaos is straight up wrong, because diffirence between mace from trash and sword is not big enough to make a diffirence on aoe pulls. Meanwhile, you have multiple mages, warlocks and shadowpriest with balance druid competing for a single staff if someone somehow convinces guild to give sword to prot pala. Aka similair situation with palas getting mageblade from MC before casters and no amount of downvoting from angry prots will change that
"Most Warlocks and Mages should be very grateful for their Protection Paladin tanks and benefit when the Paladin gets this sword"Hahahahahahahahaha! I wasn't sure if this was parody before this.
The sword costs a prot pally 3stam and 5 spellhit for .... +3 dmg on consecrate. You wont find a single mage or warlock saying, "thank god we gave that caster sword to the prot pally, my 500-1000 threat per second would have pulled aggro if not for the 4 TPS from that sword."
What is this, Buzzfeed?
Lots of mads in the comments, worried their casual loot council guilds will see this article and modify their loot prios.Ya'll chill.
And here I am, level 70 for months that can't get a guild to help me with attunements because everyone already did them.