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3-18-2010 @ 1:20PM
I was thinking about getting that add-on for my shadow priest as sometimes, when moving, I loose track of my priorities for a split second and it annoys me to no end so, I was wondering if many Spriests uses this or I'm just too much of a scrub to get it right everytime?
3-18-2010 @ 1:42PM
I'm a 72 spriest and have been needing a timer for DoT's as I am really getting good at solo'ing 3-5 mobs at once as long I'm on top of things. For example, SWP get's renewed with Mind Flay but that doesn't any good if SWP times out. It's obvious that our buffs are also critical. Life drains pretty fast when inner fire or vampric embrace time out. Also, DP only works on one mob at a time so it would nice to know if it is up or not on some mob so I can know whether to throw it again. So, yes. I think us shadow priests need this and I just can't wait to try it out tonight! Great article Mr. McCurley Thanks!
3-18-2010 @ 2:01PM
I play a shadow priest and a warlock, and I prefer ClassTimer. It's simple and to the point. I originally used DoTimer but I really think ClassTimer displays nicer and it seems a little easier to set up.
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