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8-18-2011 @ 1:37AM
Please please please don't be telling people to get rid of their Theralion's Mirror, especially if they have a Heroic version (which you did not specify). The 372 version of TM is BiS through this entire expansion, followed closely by the 391 version of Necromantic Focus, then it's a trade-off between DMC:V and 378 Nectromantic Focus (swapped based on fight/role).
8-18-2011 @ 12:07AM
Well, yes, I was getting rid of an i359 Theralion's Mirror -- it was the one I linked to. The heroic version is pretty good, replaceable only be heroic-level gear.Still, the micromanaging of the buff is/was obnoxious, and I'm glad I won't have to deal with it anymore. I'd be willing to wager 95% of people who have that thing equipped do substandard DPS because they don't manage it in an optimal fashion.
I forget about the audience of WoW Insider /and/ I forgot to look at the link - my apologies. You are however very likely correct when saying a majority of people don't utilize the buff to its maximum potential. Instead of saying how monotonous it is and how you didn't like it, maybe this is a good opportunity to explain how it works and let people decide if they want to be a better Shadow Priest. Thanks for the reply!
8-18-2011 @ 5:34AM
Schucker: if you click the "gaming required" link in the paragraph about Theralion's Mirror you'll be sent to a page explaining spriest mastery and how it interacts with TM in particular. Fox is one step ahead of you still!
8-18-2011 @ 8:43AM
As much as I like when TM does work out the and I top meters the times that It doesn't or when I loose proc time form late shadow orbs or having it proc from the mind blast I just cast, or missing my chance to game it for fight mechanics interfering makes it not worth it for me. It also depends on who you like for your theorycrafting, most of my favorites put DMC:V and 372 TM about the same level, with Necromantic being barely lower on reg, and much higher on Heroic.
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