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So rumor had it that Fire mages where going to be nerfed in 7.1. And i was searching for simcrafts to see if i should start to worry and build up my other artifact weapons, and ignoring my fire weapon. And i came upon this simcraft which shows Fire on the absolute bottom. Did they really Nerf Fire that much? http://www.simulationcraft.org/reports/Raid_T19P.html
I know Pyroblast is going from 400% to 376% but that and scaling up to T19 gear makes us become the weakest? anyone else have simcrafts for thought into what mage build will be the best?
Hey guys, I've been playing Fire mage for the first time since Legion. I did my research on almost everything you need to know on Fire Mages. I've spent hours on the rotation and I believe that I've almost mastered it.
Now, the reason I am posting on the forum is because I need advise...
I can't seem to exceed as much as I am suppose to as a fire mage. If I compare myself to what I see on Warcraft logs, fire mages of my ITL, are almost always first or second DPS. And even my fire mage guildie that is slightly under gear does much more damage then me on every fight...
I believe that my gear is decent and so is my artifact tree... I do have decent trinkets ... So my conclusion is that I am missing something in my rotation, or that I am prioritizing something that I am not suppose to...
Could anyone help me out? I have my latest Warcraft logs, here is one of them https://www.warcraftlogs.com/rankings/character/12079061/latest#boss=1841
If you need any more , I could link the entire raid last week.
Say I walk into the Eye of Azshara and 6 NPCs are pulled, as a Shadow Priest, what exactly do I do? Do I tab through them all and DoT them all up, then Mind Sear them? Do I just dot 2 or 3 of them, followed by a Mind Sear. Do I even dot any of them and just Mind Sear?
I hope someone can give me a clear and concise explanation of how such AOE would be executed.
Would be helpful!
I've just started using the Agonizing Poison build and I'm enjoying it, but I'm of course still having the ever-annoying problem of not being able to do much AOE damage. I decided to try switching to deadly for trash (then back to AP for bosses ofc.), especially in aoe heavy dungeons and it seems to be giving me better results. I would assume this is due to getting more immediate effects from DP than AP on quick pulls.. Does this make sense? Or am I just imagining things?
Greetings fellow warlocks and theorycrafters, I need your help with something
I recently got the Naraxas Spiked Tongue trinket (840), but I'm not sure its an upgrade.
Heres a link to my armory: http://eu.battle.net/wow/en/character/magtheridon/Fluxhollow/advanced
Here's a link to the items I'm considering:
http://www.wowhead.com/item=137349/naraxas-spiked-tongue&bonus=1727 (Only does 158,261 proc damage on live it seems)
http://www.wowhead.com/item=134292/nightborne-researchers-phial&bonus=1826 (1073 Int, 882 haste)
Equipping the tongue would drop me ~2% haste, and I'm already sub-30% so I'm not sure if it would be an upgrade.
Which also brings me to my next point. What would be the best way for me to calculate if a trinket with a proc or use effect is an upgrade over raw stats?
Additionally, as you can see on my armory page I have most of the class hall set equipped, and I do have access to the 8-set bonus aswell.
How would be the best way to judge wether going for the 8-set bonus is a dps increase? Similarly, how would I judge whether or not dropping the 6-set bonus is the right move?
Any help or feedback would be very welcome.