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12-01-2010 @ 11:53AM
Just wanted to give a quick shout-out to HearKitty. I'm pretty sure it was developed for feral druids originally (hence the name), but it works great for HOLY POWAH.What it does is play a succession of ascending tones when you land Crusader Strikes, Hammer of the Righteous, etc. When you hear the third tone, the highest, you know you're ready to go with a Templar's Verdict, Word of Glory, or Shield of Righteousness. (A quick "dum-bum-bum" lets you know the HP dump got off okay, and that your HP has reset.)For those of us who already have enough crap cluttering the screen, it's nice to relegate something to aural warnings.
12-01-2010 @ 12:10PM
I LOVE Hear Kitty. I forget where I got into it (Addons spotlight probably?) but I use it all the time now. Once you start using it, you get so used to it you don't ever have to look at your bar again. So fantastic. As a plus, I just found out the other day it also tracks maelstrom weapons procs on my Shammy, a nice bonus.
12-01-2010 @ 1:25PM
Love this one. Once I started using it, I could see an obvious increase in my dps.
12-01-2010 @ 1:26PM
I absolutely LOVE that timpani sound when I spend my holy power. It also sounds off when Eternal Glory procs, letting me know right away.Besides, hearing it is much easier than having to look at the points.
12-01-2010 @ 3:27PM
I also find for tanking that it lets you get into a 'rhythm' of crusader striking on CD, and using judgement/consecration/avenger shield procs on the off beats, then hammer or sheild releasing at the end of every 'bar'
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