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1-08-2011 @ 5:59PM
I don't know why you make slam sound so bad. Slam procs cost 0 rage. They are the perfect compliment to heroic strike. You can use them similtaniously. Typically my rotation was if slam procced, to me it meant use slam in a global with heroic strike since slam won't cost any rage.vs using maybe a bloodthirst with no HS cause not enough rage to use both at once. To me every slam proc = heroic strike stuffed in that global. now in a situation where rage is more endless yeah you will prioritise HS against a bloodthirst or raging blow, but my fidnings right now is typically, if you are using every global properly, you are just not gonna stuff a heroic strike in with bloodthirst or raging blow as much as you can with 0 rage cost slam, every situation and evaluation of course depending on rage and determining, should you hit BT only, or slam + HS. are you expecting more rage where you can BT by itself and raging blow + HS next global and is it better than using slam + HS this global AND BT and HS the next.
1-09-2011 @ 2:55AM
Slam's crit damage is less than heroic strike's normal damage (before the nerf). It's by far the warrior's weakest ability.IMO, it should be buffed so that it works out to be around 90% of bloodthirst damage when procced as fury. With the nerf to heroic strike, it will make it much more even with other warrior strikes.Also, does slam still reset the swing timer? I think even white hits are better than slam, that's how bad it is.
1-09-2011 @ 5:06AM
Slam doesn't reset the swing timer anymore, now it just pauses it during the cast.
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