Looks like the guides are mostly tier and pvp sets; which is nice to have listed in one spot, but it would have been cool if other sets that are good for the class were included. For example the Cadaverous armor set or the postmaster. I think those types of sets that are a bit less famous or traditional would have been useful to have since they are sets with set bonuses and quite useful.
absolutely, that's very true marth. In these particular guides, I wanted to highlight class-specific sets only, seeing as there are many, many other sets that exist in WoW Classic that multiple classes can benefit from. Too much to fit on one page, imo, and I'm sure future guides will include them. For right now, the various BiS guides on Classic Wowhead will include those sets if they meet the requirements.
Yea, that makes sense Quissy. I totally get why you would focus on the class sets. It was just kind of unfortunate since for example with feral druids they don't really use any of their tier sets but do use some pieces from other sets. But I agree that including them would have made the articles very long. Maybe in the future someone could put out a guide that lists all the non specific sets in one go with what classes use them; at least for the more endgame sets. Idk if anyone can post a guide or not; but I am thinking of possibly getting all the data together and handing off to someone else to post up if they want.
I really wish wowhead would stop shoving classic down everyones throats. Constantly linking guides or things we could easily search for just to fill your headline section with something new. As much as I used to hate those often wrong and silly lore speculation type posts...I'd trade my right leg for some right now. In the last 3 weeks, 9/10 new posts are about classic. You're basically giving the middle finger to players who prefer retail and saying they don't matter. Maybe that's not the intent, but it's happening. And before anyone uses the "well nothing is going on in retail and there's new things to talk about in classic" no, just no. It's a 15 year old game. We know what is there, all you're doing is giving us a history lesson.
It's probably worth noting that dungeon set one isn't actually class specific, anyone that can wear that armor type can equip it. Though to be fair, dungeon set two is class specific and it requires the dungeon set one pieces so I understand why they're listed as such.Edit: whoops, completely overlooked it on the actual set pages. Nevermind!
While we are on the topic, I absolutely LOVE that I can filter out classic when I'm on the BFA homepage and see all the classic news on the classic homepage when I switch. Brilliant idea guys, idk who decided that should be a thing but its amazing and I love Wowhead that much more for it.