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2-15-2011 @ 3:33PM
I find it's better as a tanking cooldown, rather than something to keep up all the time. The reason for this is for the reasons you described.When using it as a tanking cooldown rather than a buff you want to keep refreshing, avoidance will help to keep it up until you really need it. If you pop it when large, incoming damage is coming (unavoidable damage, for example) then you'll be hit for 20% less damage by it. That's better than getting 20% damage reduction on damage that could've been avoided to begin with.This is how I see it, personally.
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