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1-05-2012 @ 2:45PM
As a feral cat during Wotlk I think I had to play one of the most complex rotation. I think it's at that time that I first heard of priority lists (John F*** Madden). I loved the fact that a feral could top the meters in a 25 man if he was good and be last if he was just average. All the other classes I tried at the time felt boring compared to that. I'm glad they are trying to steer all the classes this way.
1-05-2012 @ 4:05PM
http://media.photobucket.com/image/feral%20dps%20rotation/Selverein/KittyDPSRotation_print.jpgMEOW!!! (no idea when this is for or if it was ever accurate)
1-05-2012 @ 4:12PM
http://azeroth.metblogs.com/2009/10/01/the-great-flowchart-of-feral-dps/ I was thinking of this one.I looks like the rotation from WotLK.
1-06-2012 @ 12:57AM
YES! John f*** Madden kitty rotation as shown on that chart was by far the most challenging/rewarding playstyle I have experienced in WoW. I remember the ICC days when you stacked arpen to the ceiling and if you managed to play that rotation perfectly (or as close to it as a mortal human could) you would come out of a fight at the top of the damage charts and feeling like a total beast. Such a sense of accomplishment. DPS contests on Saurfang against the combat rogue were especially fun. Also, tanking in kitty spec and kitty gear on festergut just to put out incredible dps with the buff when it wasn't your turn to get beat on (only with healers that could handle it of course!)
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