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7-30-2011 @ 2:51PM
Timing a really good combustion, IMO, is what makes Fire really fun to play, IMO. I cannot fully express how much I enjoy the anticipation while trying to get all the dots to line up and then the exhilaration of firing off combustion and seeing it tick for ridiculous amounts of damage. Out of all the classes and specs I've played, that feeling is truly unmatched. And don't get me started on how I feel when its a pack pull and Impact procs!And then all of a sudden while I am waiting for combustion to come off cooldown, I feel like all of the excitement is gone, and I'm just pressing one button, and contemplating if its worth playing fire for just that short momentary rush.By the way, how much would I love for the Combustion Helper addon to display in huge numbers on my screen exactly how big of a Combustion I've set off.
7-30-2011 @ 4:27PM
^^this :)especially on fights like halfus where you can set off a psychotic combustion - and then spread it to 20 other mobsmy current best is from heroic - with 4 b4 whelps down so 500% damage and this 500% ignites to halfus50K/s combustion + the silly size ignite that you got it from + pyrodot all spread to 20 whelps100k/sec for the duration of the ignite - then 50k/sec after on 20 targets ...2m dps down to 1m dps when ignite drops - tell me any other spec that can match that burst :)kinda fun watching your screen freeze up from all the yellow numbers
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