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3-20-2008 @ 1:15PM
I'm wondering what happens when you have 5 combo points but only 1 stack of Deadly poison on a target when you use Envenom. I notice that all of the combo points disappear, but are you getting a ridiculously reduced attack because the poison stacking wasn't there? I know that in the reverse case, 1 combo point, 5 stacks of Deadly poison, if you use envenom it burns the combo point, but only removes 1 stack of the poison.I think its also worth pointing out that I like to use Envenom when fighting a group of multiple mobs, because Envenom won't blow all of my energy like Evicerate will, especially if I'm only using it cause the mobs about to die.
3-20-2008 @ 2:21PM
Envenom and eviscerate use the same amount of energy. And when you use envenom with more combo points than deadly poisons, it just does the damage of what the # of deadly poisons stacks you had and throws out the other combo points
3-20-2008 @ 2:40PM
I would recommend to those who are thinking envenom is a waste - to try to match an even number of combo points vs. an even number of DP's. That is, try to use EV when CB and DP are at 2, or both @ 3, or both @ 4, or both @ 5, etc.. for maximum envenomability.
3-20-2008 @ 8:57PM
I think I have been, for some time, confusing Eviscerate and the Feral Druid Ferocious Bite. That's why I was thinking that Eviscerate consumed all of your energy regardless of cost - which it doesn't.
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