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Ok, so, I just got
from Onyxia25. I read the topic on the empowered deathbringer, but seeing as there's a significant dps difference in the 2, I decided I should ask.
My MH as of now is
.. I was going for Totc10's Lion's Maw, but I haven't been very lucky there, nor in numerous naxx25's I have joined for Calamity's Grasp, etc etc etc. Let's just say I haven't got a new MH in a long time. Without a doubt, this one is better than my current one, but is it better than the Totc10 axe
My current OH is
. I have never been greedy enough to roll need on OH swords -- so let's just say I don't have anything decent saved up. Is it viable for me to keep using my WD until, by some miracle, Anub'arak drops me a
If so - I am aware that axe/sword spec has an "inferior" damage increase to the other weapon specs. Is it safe to say I should stick with CQC spec, until I get an OH sword?
(Sorry for the wall of text, hope someone is kind enough to provide me with an answer!)
Personally I hate the idea of Rogues using Deathbringers due to their lack of stats and they benefit Death Knights much much more as the proc effect is affected by various Death Knights talents and abilities. See
for more info.
Which is why in reference to your first question; no I do not think the Deathbringer is better than
The Lion's Maw
As for your second question, I'd keep using the CQC spec until I get the relevant upgrades for both hands and then switch to the Axe/Sword spec. Mixing Swords/Fist isn't advisable.
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i got the 10man version on my DK.
while the proc is really high (like 2% of total damage, can crit and is affected by the talents about shadow damage), it's not really good for rogues. sure it has good dps, but i'd wait for the 25man toc axe. stats are much more useful for a rogue.
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