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12-01-2010 @ 12:29PM
Are ther any addons that allow you to see more easily when the sacred duty procc is up so you know how long you have to build up a three power shield?
12-01-2010 @ 12:43PM
I would probably use NeedtoKnow (http://www.wowinterface.com/downloads/info14579-NeedToKnow-Updated.html) for this. It's like all those other timer addons addons mentioned in the article above except it's customizable. So you could make a bar and called "Sacred Duty" or whatever the exact name of the proc is, and then when the proc you'll get a timer bar telling you the exact time you have left on the proc.
12-01-2010 @ 2:28PM
Power Auras is perfect for that type of stuff.Personally, I just sat down one day and hammered at how it worked (it is not the most intuitive of addons). I didn't know about CLC so I use it for any character that is on a priority system instead of a rotation, and with the change to prot I bit the bullet and set it up. The things I have set up are:A CLC like bar of my prot 'rotation' spells with CDs to know when I can pop what.A Holy Power indicator that gives me a visual and aural cue for when I hit 3 HP.A visual cue for when I can use Hammer of Wrath.And when I get home, a visual cue for when Sacred Duty procs :DLemons has a good point about NeedToKnow, however I honestly didn't like it my self, but it was mainly because it didn't fit what I wanted at the time, and I think /powa does the same job just as well.
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