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6-03-2010 @ 9:20AM
Maybe it's that my primary DPS experience is as a spec with few or no damage cooldowns (shadow priest), but I just macro my trinkets to a commonly used spell near the front of my rotation and then forget about them. To me, knowing that they're used every single time they're up without me having to think about it - and therefore definitely being used - is better than 'holding onto them' for the right moment and forgetting to use them, which I would, at least part of the time.
6-03-2010 @ 9:44AM
I do the exact same on my paladin. Wings aren't a part of this and its the only thing i'll pop during heroism. often i forget though. but at least my trinkets are popping every time they're ready. for boss fights they pop right at the beginning and by the time we get to burning they're usually ready again.
6-03-2010 @ 12:55PM
Note that this is not a great idea for a paladin, and in fact for any class that has a long rampup time until max damage output. On my pally, for example, it takes over 10 seconds just to build a full stack of vengeance on the target which severely gimps damage until it is reached. Plus, with possibly the libram and one other trinket building stacks as well you're doing sub-par dps during more than half of your first trinket pop.
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