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    Tailoring Spec in WotLK

    I just wanted to put forward a question I've had about tailoring specializations in WotLK. All I've seen are the glove and robe links from wowhead, but from those it seems like class(fire, shadow, arcane) differences between specialties are being dropped and "playstyle" specialties are going to be the way to go.

    After all, the Ebonweave set has all the hit at the cost of spirit and/or haste, so it seems like it's going to be a raid set more than anything.
    http://wotlk.wowhead.com/?item=42101

    Spellweave has the haste, but not the stam, so it looks to be a good starting PvP set or something to wear after getting hit-capped.
    http://wotlk.wowhead.com/?item=42102

    Moonshroud, on the other hand prioritizes primary stats (stam, int, and spr) so it seems to be more of a solo/levelling/grinding set or again, for mana regen once you're hit-capped.
    http://wotlk.wowhead.com/?item=42100

    So, I'm an arcane mage, so I was Spellfire specialized, but I'm considering switching to Ebonweave so I can move right into raiding once I'm 80. What do others think? Do you have other opinions of what niches these differences fit into?

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    Re: Tailoring Spec in WotLK

    Of course, there is another option. It seems like the physical location necessary for making Ebonweave is going to be in a lvl 80ish area, so perhaps it will make sense to actually switch specializations while levelling. Does anyone know anything more about how easy it will be to get to these areas according to level?

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    Re: Tailoring Spec in WotLK

    Quote Originally Posted by Mmenrobuella
    Of course, there is another option. It seems like the physical location necessary for making Ebonweave is going to be in a lvl 80ish area, so perhaps it will make sense to actually switch specializations while levelling. Does anyone know anything more about how easy it will be to get to these areas according to level?
    You could get to the Shadowcloth making area etc. at I think high 50s in BC- just took a few deaths and/or getting lucky with the daze mechanic. It'll likely be the same with the new cloths

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