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The intent of this guide is to give a basic overview and re-familiarize Warriors with a spec that has not been seriously played since Dragon Soul.Arms cleave and sustained Ao E damage however is far greater than Fury.
In fact, the simple combination of steamed greens, brown rice, hijiki seaweed, broccoli, squash, carrots, and a choice of housemade dressing (recommended: tofu-based tahini dill) has quietly become one of New York’s most popular staple dishes, the kind of thing that’s inspired loyal customers for generations. Yeah, I thought the same thing before I started, but there's a variety of reasons why Prot is the best: -Less damage taken leads to less downtime / less bandages used -Ability to easily pull 4 mobs, leading to faster kill times overall -Revenge. (I had no problems killing people who were even 5-8 levels higher than me, only using Shield Block, Last Stand and a bandage) -Being able to use Charge and Intercept in combat, in any stance, with a talent -Getting a short-CD stun, and at level 60, an even shorter CD stun While Fury and Arms are good with single target damage, Prot excels with Ao E damage, at least around lower levels. Revenge already hits really hard by itself; this talent not only gives it 60% damage, but makes it hit two targets for full damage! -Queue as tank and get fast dungeon queues (of course, depending on how many other people are online at the moment) -Pretty much unkillable in 1-on-1 Pv P at lower levels, due to the plethora of defensive CDs. Revenge will really give you good multi-target damage.The point is: Don’t even dare stepping into the restaurant during Fashion Week, unless you’re feeling extra-confident.In fact, the restaurant’s celebrity fans are legion, and name-checking Souen in an interview is as common an activity as posting a picture of avocado toast on Instagram.