as frost you hit hard anyway so better to stack resilience as much as you can some times you need to ignore the bonuses like in leg it has red and blue just gem 2x 320 resilience and ignore the bonus 60 res.
sadly resilience+ blood presence is the only way to survive in arena... otherwise you would be dead by less than 3 secs. For RBGs you could go with either way.I'd go with res even for RBGs
as a 2h fdk, you go haste > mastery > crit. Crit is undervalued because of KM procs. honestly, for pvp its better to gem resil or resil hybrids as dks are squishy and have very few survivability cds. In rbgs, you'll be focused because fdks are usually the target caller, and in arenas, theyll train you because youre easier to kill. Resil helps. going mastery over haste only benefits DW dks since they dont use obliterate. As a 2H dk, you want haste for both rune regeneration and autoattack damage
Well tbh, having 0.5 sec on rune regen and 0.2 on AA speed versus 13% extra dmg on any frost dmging ability my choice was easy.
I'm not sure why people value haste so much in pvp, i've never not killed my target because i was missing half a rune but i did for not doing enough dmg. 12% is huge for me.
It's mastery if you want to side with the retards w/e have fun gimping yourself.
Calling others retard doesn't make your point more valid.
Mastery increases HB/IT, FF and FS damage and if you are not on the target (like you were arguing about haste that diminishes his value) increases only HB/IT and FF damage so mastery loose his value aswell.
Haste on the other hand has a greater value if you are on the target: faster rune regen, more KM proc, etc
If you take care about that small window of burst you were talking about to make your point stronger then you should gem pvp power, and we all know that you should gem resilience instead because that small window is too small and way more random to really rely on it.
On a side note you shouldn't spam HB at all, while IT has his spot, you should burn your runes stacking necrotic strike debuff so mastery is not that great at the end of the day.