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2-02-2011 @ 5:36PM
I was awaiting 4.0.6 to play Ret again for the Mastery change - currently it just seems like the entire goal is to hit TV as much as possible - but it was just moved into Divine Purpose, which had it's own effect removed, so I predict that I'll not find the spec any more enjoyable than I do now - I enjoyed the non-guaranteed HP generation from other abilities, but not the free-3-HP procs. Coupled with Zealotry, I found that if things were going well, all I was doing was pressing TV over and over and over and over and over again.
2-02-2011 @ 5:58PM
15% chance is not that high. I have a feeling you'll be hitting crusader strike, taking a nap, and hitting crusader strike again, over and over. For 20 seconds every 2 minutes you'll be a TV-spamming superhero, then you'll be clark kent for the other 100 seconds.WTB a buff to judgement. Would help in pve and pvp quite a bit, imo.
2-03-2011 @ 3:03AM
Really, I'm not even going for TV a lot of the time. Just not giving me the bang for my buck that I want. It's my "i guess I have nothing else that I can do right now, so I'll use that rotation." I'm feeding off my Exo and AW/HoW procs as much as possible while keeping Inquisition up. Seems to have a much better DPS turn-out. When AW isn't an option and Exo isn't proccing, then I go into a TV build-up. I'm then praying for good procs. Oh so very much.I'd like to see more consistent damage and less praying, but I'm concerned. Seems like our good attacks will still be only when RNG smiles upon you, but there's less opportunity for those procs to occur. Just gotta wait and see, I suppose.
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