This ability will allow you to perform up to 2 additional attacks from your primary hand.
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# Oct 19 2012 at 1:12 AM Rating: Decent
17 posts
This AA now has many ranks. It is good. Get it. It really doesn't matter what class you have that it is available for, it gives you more attacks. Additional ranks give you an increased chance to flurry. As a level 85 Warrior, I flurry anywhere from 5-10 times a fight, depending on the duration of the encounter. It would be far more against a tough raid monster. Each flurry, as far as I have observed, IS two additional attacks, not up to two. So, simple math says that I gain an additional 10-20 attacks per fight that I normally wouldn't have had. At an average hit of, say, 500 damage, and assuming all of them hit, that's 5k-10k more damage that fight. For everyone that is good. For tank classes, it's even better, since a great deal of our threat generation (Warriors especially) comes from damage and attacks. I seperate these because you can proc on misses, and there are some pretty sweet hate procs out there. More attacks mean a greater chance for these to occur, which makes this little Warrior feel warm inside.

I hope this helps.
Additional Ranks
# Jan 03 2009 at 11:00 AM Rating: Decent
12 posts
A lot of other AA's have information on what the additional ranks provide, however, this one does not. I could assume with a fair amount of confidence that it increases the frequency of this effect proc'ing but i would just like to make sure.

Thanks in advance.
Flurry AA
# Sep 17 2005 at 11:05 AM Rating: Decent
93 posts
I was wondering if this aa stacked with punishing blade or is this strictly a 1hand aa?
RE: Flurry AA
# Sep 17 2005 at 4:24 PM Rating: Good
26 posts
Flurry works with 1hand or 2hand weapons. When using 1hand only your primary flurries. When using 2hand you can flurry and score and extra strike with punishing blade.
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