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10-05-2010 @ 5:38PM
With out doing the math, it looks like Focused Insight will be best when followed with something other than our Healing Wave as Healing Wave will basically waste some of the mana savings making it less efficient overall. On the other hand Following it up with a GHW will result in the full mana savings and increase the healing by 30% while increasing the combined cost by less than that making it more efficient overall as long as you are avoiding over healing.
10-13-2010 @ 10:01AM
I can see it being helpful to have Focus Insight on a macro similar to a pally's Judgement of Light.. put the tank on focus and use your shock spell off tanks target when you need it .. which I can see it being used similarly as RT now [with t10 set bonus] , to keep mana cost down and effectiveness of healing up in bigger spells...or with a periodic Ch to lower cost of it.macro:/cast [@focustarget, harm] Flame Shock ...or whatever shock spell you wanted to use.. That way you don't have to be swapping targets or taking more time than necissary to target your shock target and don't have accidental shocks on CCed mobs. I'm not a master at macros so perhaps there's a better one out there for this, but i use this one on my Pally for Judge of Light to make sure I'm only Judging the tank's target and easily keep it up.Any other macroing ideas out there?
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