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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?
I started playing again with legion and would need some advice regarding my gear.
I just wanted to know if there is a maximum value for crit that you stack up to?
Here is a link to the armory:
At the moment, I have the following stats ingame (not buffed):
Should I just further stack and maximize my crit value? Or is there a cap where the stat priority changes?
I think my single target DPS is fine so far. But when I see my AoE DPS then I am not sure if I am doing something wrong.
Regarding the DPS of a DH or a Monk it seems that I'm dealing not that much AoE Damage. Not sure if other saw the same.
My rotation for 3+ Mobs:
Living Bomb on CD
Phoenix Flames if available
Cast Fireball, use Fireblast to gain procs
When procc avaiilable, use flamestrike
I repeat this rotation until there are less then 3 mobs. At this point I just start to cast Fireball and use my proccs / fireblast if ready
Anyone got some tips? Am I doing something wrong here?
Thanks a lot in advance for all answers. As I am not a native speaker, there might be some mistakes in the text
I have a question to the Dimensional Rift.
How does it works behind the scenes?
I know already it doesn't work with Havoc but is it scalable with other effects like Eradication or Intpot?
I think not because the weapon casts it and not the char but am I right?
After theoriecrafting my head is booming and actually I'm confused xD
OK, so in the section labeled "Opening Sequence" Furty has the priority setup like this:
4. Opening Sequence
Use Potion of Deadly Grace. Pre-cast Incinerate at 5 seconds on the countdown. Pre-cast a second Incinerate. Pre-cast Immolate. I am probably reading this entirely wrong but it looks like he wants me to pre-cast 2 spells, one spell twice. If this is accurate, then I assume the fight starts after the first Incinerate. With that assumption why do I cast a second Incinerate? Why not just move into casting Immolate? Please help me, I am simply trying to figure out how this whole priority rotation BS is suppose to work but it isn't as black and white to me as it seems to appear to everyone else.