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7-15-2011 @ 6:08PM
I have been on the mastery train for ahile, but lately I find myself wondering if avoidance isn't better. I can't tell you how many times that damn Riplimb has avoided traps and gottent his spear left to Shannox when I have 5 seconds left on my Jagged Tear stacks - but lo and behold I dodge/parry at the right moment and my stacks still fall off. Sometimes it feels like dodge/parry provide enough extra that giving some up for mastery doesn't feel right.Also, we are in Firelands at 358 or so, only having been 11/12 (damn the rng on Al'Akir) and frankly our dps is a bit low. Me pulling 10k jot us a couple close wipes - but if I use the parry/hit cloak instead of the 365 cloak, and I sacrifice a bit of CTC for some expertise by equipping the crafted 359 chestpiece, I hit 11k and this actually helps out quite a bit. I know dps isn't my responsibility but sometimes its best to see what the raid needs rather than tunnel in on CTC. As I am sure you would wholeheartedly agree.Now I just need how to figure out how to position those damn drones and split my downstairs dps on Beth and we will be 2/7.
7-16-2011 @ 3:39AM
Well, there's a little issue with what you're saying, because Shannox refreshes his debuff on you with a special "magic" attack that can't be avoided other than staying away from his melee range.
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