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3-31-2011 @ 9:19AM
I'd simply like to be able to look at haste and explain why my spec (BM) seems to provide so much of it to my MM friends, and why this is a good thing, so yes, I'd like a simpler haste system with more intuitive use. Personally, I just consider haste to be on level with mastery and crit when I'm looking to reforge some hit in, and that's all I consider it for. I know that it theoretically makes me more powerful, and it sure as hell is awesome when I pop rapid fire, berserking, bestial wrath, my item CD's, and bloodlust is up. At that point, my cobra shots are at about a .2sec cast time, and my auto-shots never seem to stop. Heh, it's practically eight seconds of +4k DPS for me, if I don't have to move. Moments like that put me as our guild's #1 damage dealer.
3-31-2011 @ 10:07AM
+4k DPS puts you at the top for your guild DPS??? Your guild sucks :-P
3-31-2011 @ 10:55AM
Bloodlust + RF is a no-no. your .2 second cobra shots mean you spend roughly .8 seconds of your GCD not doing anything. Separate those and you'll see a further DPS jump. and I think he meant and *extra* 4k of DPS over his base.
3-31-2011 @ 11:17PM
Okay, how do you reccomend doing that Jason?And yes, I'm usually in the 11-12k DPS range on boss fights like Regular Maloriak or Omnitron (discounting Green phase and the power wells), but if I time my Cooldowns to coincide with bloodlust, I can reach the 15-16k range for a few seconds, assuming I enter with 40+ focus and kill command off cooldown. The variance is due to the possibility of Focused Fire and Killing Spree proccing, as well as normal crit chance when using a devilsaur pet (+5% crit chance).Admittedly, my DPS is not stellar because I'm somewhat lowly geared, but I tend to be better at surviving than my fellow raiders, hence why I'm one of the better DPSers: You put out more DPS if you're alive for the whole fight.
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