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    Boomkin Weapon

    I was wondering what's a better weapon for my boomkin

    http://www.wowhead.com/item=78363

    or

    http://www.wowhead.com/item=78484

    Both have power torrent on them.

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    In some RBGs where you're dotting tight groups Rathrak should be better, especially in a dotcleave - you could do some experimentation to check this. Specifically Gilneas, EotS, and sometimes in AB. You could also switch them out depending on where you are and what you're doing.

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    I play Boom on 2.2k MRM in rbgs and i use Rathrak its way more powerfull especially in Dot cleave. and if u manage to get cunning its GG u pwn all :P

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    Even if its a Raidfinder Rathrak?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syncmaster View Post
    Even if its a Raidfinder Rathrak?
    Imo yes even LFR

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    Schweet thanks

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    Rathrak Scales with Boomie talents i belive.

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