FHR FHR FHR! Can uber FHR be the answer to the pallies prayers? I got to thinkin about if it would be possible to get uber FHR charms on a pally and just go to town on people in duels. Pallies already have the fastest block frames and fastest hit recovery frames, so wouldn't a uber FHR smiter do extreamly well in duels? I figured a smiter or better yet V/T has a couple bad matchups. Namely wind druids due to cyclone armour, bone necros for mass damage and ranged spells and bone armour, and Hammerdins just for nutty damage. Wind druids probebly top the list because there tornadoes hit multiple times causeing stun frames. Well what if we could bring the pallys FHR down to 2 frames? You could take a tornadoe and not even blink before the stun frame expires, thus allowing you to continue smiteing and hopefully stunning the druid. Same goes for necros, they can get 10-9 frame cast so haveing a 2 frame FHR break would allow you to get off more smites in-between the damage taken. And Hammerdins cast fairly slow at a 75% break, so takeing a massive hammer will hurt but wont stun you long enough for another to hit, allowing you to get in that key position to beat them. I wonder if anyone has tryed this type of setup before and is it viable? Seems to me like you would nearly have 100% un-interuptable attacks since 2 frames is so patheticly minimal. Thats 8% of a full second, lol. And course you could somewhat counteract the damage your takeing by going BM with Draculs + Exhile for 30% chance to life-tap. Does life-tap go through the PvP penalty or does it work to the full 50% leech? And you could use that weapon that casts tornadoes to cause stun frames since they hit multiple times and while smite is in effect each tornadoe can cause 1-2 stun frames. Failed to mention this would be a pubby setup. Legit dueling would have to drop the exhile/draculs and the tornadoe weapon probebly in favor of uber Rare's. Another plus would be that 2 frame FHR would negate mindblasts effects a great deal. So trapsin duels should be more bearable.