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Question about frost mastery

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Hi everyone!

i need to improve my damade and so i have a question.

When i have fise stacks of my mastery (iceice) (suppose even they was all critical), need i use my IceLance without proc to pull mastery's iceice into boss or that's lost of damage? My calculate says, that i need, but practice says i was wrong. Need help!
If you don't understand me ask questions. My english isn't perfect.
 

Mage 559 =)

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NEVER ever use an ice lance w/o FoF.

 

Why would you even consider this? ^^ How did you calculate such nonsense? :DD I'm sorry I don't mean to be rude but.. Makes no sense...:D

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I think the notion is that he doesn't want to waste stacks; don't worry about this, they fire off automatically in this case.

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5 bolts 1 lance 5 bolts 1 lance. so damage from iceice was about 20-30%. Thought "what a nice thing is my mastery". Maybe was badly wrong.
Thanks for answer, gl
went to test ^.^

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Still don't understand your concept fully but do as Spark said, just treat it like a passive.

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He's just making the same mistake I did when I started. Don't even bother considering icicles as anything else than a pure passive you don't need to care about, when you reach max icicles stack they fire automatically regardless of icelance usage so you're not losing any dps. Technically there's an exception but it's not worth looking into if you're just figuring out the mechanics.

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