This is why I don’t gamble IRL - because I get the short end of the stick every time. Gloves - already got them, slippers - already have the crafted pair, Ooooo a weapon!!! - one hand sickle with crit instead of the mace with mastery or staff.
And literally ever piece of pve feral gear I’ve received had critical strike on it even though my talents are all focused mostly on bleeds and my current gear has almost 0 crit on it. My bank is filled with 6 pieces of crit feral gear ranging from veteran to champion quality.
But I’m putting all that crit gear in the bank to give it a try when I switch talents. But that’s much further down the line.
I don’t mind restricting conquest every week. This prevents casual players from moving too far behind.
The Great Vault system needs to give a reliable reward. Like if you get 3 useless pieces you should be able to convert a useless piece into conquest or something at bare minimum. Or else you are just 1 piece behind everyone else.
Overall the gearing system in DF is farrr superior to Wod and before. Buying conquest gear feels super rewarding and crafting your own gear with your stats actually lets you do some cool unique builds. A lot of people complain about it all but this gear system doesn’t even compare to past expansions. Crafting is incredibly popular and rewarding.
Either let us reroll stats on gear or get rid of dam versatility.
The fact that everyone just ends up crafting all their gear with haste mastery anyway for pvp is just so strange and it makes no sense.
Like we start out with 30% vers from honor gear and slowly replace pvp gear with craftd gear to actually have viable stats
dont feel bad on my new alt disc priest I had the conquest chest already to be turned into tier after hitting 1600 and then picked the tier chest from my vault not paying attention. yet somehow I already have 4 set on my warlock that I dont know how to play… Fun
its all a gamble but it feels bad when you accidentally do something stupid like I did and pick wrong piece bc there’s no asking for it back, its done and over