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Former Blood and Frost DK, back in action. Things have changed a LOT since I had to spec into DW Frost ;)
Here is the armory:
Here is my current rotation for World Quest/overworld play(outside of dungeons):
HB to Open->OB->OB->RW->FS until RP exhausted/OB is available(I forget to use PoF unless I am going after a rare or planning a aoe burst).
Should I use KM procs for FSc since I have that in my spec?
I'm having the following main issues:
1. I seem to be Rune starved, so that's why I am hitting FS so much.
2. Survivability can sometimes be an issue if I am not using RW on each cooldown.
3. Recently got this as my first legendary, unsure if I should actually use it:
So far the plan is to gather heroic upgrades and patch the class gear, but will welcome any suggestions
So I was curious. The Havoc Demon Hunter guide states that Crit and Versatility are the best secondary stats. However, there are very few pieces of gear that actually have crit and versatility. Most for DH's gear typically include crit/haste, or crit/mastery. Sometimes mastery/haste. I've seen some of the "pvp gear" have crit/versatility but it usually is 835 or rarely 845. Never seen anything over 850 have crit/versatility. So with that being said, with optimized stats being extremely rare to get, should blizz reinstate gear reforging?
I looked around for, couldn't find, and eventually wrote a macro to help prevent wasting Bestial Wrath. It checks your pet status before allowing the buff to be used, either calling your pet if it is not summoned or casting revive pet if summoned but dead. If your pet is both alive and summoned, the macro will engage Bestial Wrath. It will not engage the cooldown without both conditions being met.
#showtooltip Bestial Wrath
/use [nopet] Call Pet #
/cast [@pet,exists,nodead] Bestial Wrath; Revive Pet
Make sure you change the # in the macro to whichever pet you would like the macro to use (either 1-5).
This also prevents you from accidentally casting bestial wrath in that weird transition between being mounted and not where you pet it returning. I know it has saved me some frustration already.