Dec 17, 2011 at 9:31 AM
Edited Dec 17, 2011 at 9:43 AM
This is a feature Rawr should include. This is for several reasons.
1. Some classes are undeveloped. One enters their info and they are informed by big red letters this class is undeveloped for 4.3.
2. There is a use of the feature that does not go against the 'philosophy' of Rawr. If it is done _partially_ it can satisfy situational necessities. e.g. "I want all my stats to be handled by Rawr. However, I want to restrict it to a high crit because
I believe that, situationally, it helps me in getting reliable Ignites".
Note: This is actually a big thing right now in this patch since theorycrafters - on Mage - appear to admit stacking of crit or stacking of haste do not have great differences. But that is very important because one might see crit as a situational reliability
factor. Others may see haste as a reliability factor because it makes everything 'run faster'. It might depend on the person and their style.
This is already partially possible but it is limited. e.g. one can restrict haste but not crit.
3. If one does go to avoiding Rawr's theorycrafting completely - perhaps for cases a class has no support at all, it helps to avoid having to use Mr Robot which is a tool clearly less evolved than this, with much less ease of use in choosing items and stats
and with much less connectivity for sharing information between tools.
4. I have never seen a tool - of this nature - gaining anything from restricting features by attempting to not share data with other tools or by attempting to restrict features because it thinks a different feature is better. This might have hold _some_
truth in tools aimed for the mass market, but the audience here is clearly the 'nerds'.