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6-03-2010 @ 9:17AM
For the feral kitty druids out there. I'd very much advise against using Bezerk during bloodlust. The increase in your white attacks will greatly increase the chances of Omen of Clarity procs. Berzerk halves the costs of your yellow attacks, which means you may be "wasting" your berzerk time because more of your attacks will be "free." Tiger's Fury is a little more debatable due to the increase in attack power it causes. My advice with it, is to use it like always, if it pops up and you happen to be low on energy due to not enough ooc procs, then pop it for the extra energy. Otherwise, hold it until you are low on energy. This is purely from my own experience though. Don't have any numbers to back it up right now. Might look into it though.
6-03-2010 @ 9:58AM
I can confirm this.I've read the same info somewhere on EJ. Out of curiosity I made some testing myself on the dummy with a shammy guildie, and yeah, OOC procs a lot more (sometimes so fast that you can't use all the procs). Sometimes it doesn't proc too much, do the RNG nature of OOC. BUT, when you're raid buffed, and has a lot of haste buffs OOC tends to proc a lot during Heroism/Bloodlust. So yeah, using Berserk during Heroism/Bloodlust is a waste.So, it's better to use Berserk just after Heroism ends so you can keep up the DPS burst. If you have a Blood DK on raid, ask him/her to use Hysteria on you during Heroism. That will make your Heroism/Berserk phase overkill.
6-03-2010 @ 11:14AM
I too can vouch for this.And Hysteria was made for feral druids. Any blood DK that uses it on himself is selfishly gimping the raid.
6-06-2010 @ 11:20AM
Its a raid buff as a Blood Tank. If your Blood DPS you never share it, as its a integral part of your dps, and you'd be gimp with out it, ask any long time dk dps.
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