fen, on 05 October 2012 - 10:34 AM, said:
The description for roll is wrong, it does not roll forward but in the direction you are moving. For example, you can backpeddle + roll to roll backwards, or strafe and roll.
The text in the guide currently reads "Roll will always send you in the direction that your character is currently moving (including backwards). If your character is stationary, Roll will send you in the direction your character is facing." I don't know how, but you somehow read a version of that sentence that we changed more than a month ago. If it keeps displaying incorrectly for you, let us know.
Barley, on 05 October 2012 - 05:10 PM, said:
I believe the section of taunting the Ox statue is slightly incorrect currently. Taunting your Ox statue forces enemies to attack you, not your statue.
I confirmed this in game and based on the tooltip from wowdb.
If targeting your Statue of the Black Ox, you Provoke all enemies within an 8 yard radius of your statue.
You are absolutely right. I've made the change and it's going to show up soon. Thanks!
Guest, on 05 October 2012 - 10:02 PM, said:
Glyph of Guard
Of course, if there is little or no magic damage to speak of during the encounter, the glyph is useless.
NOT true. If there is no magic damage, the uptime on guard is 100% if used on cooldown. Thus,100% of the Brewmaster's Gift of the Ox self-heals (also healing elixirs, expel harm, zen shpere, etc) are boosted by Guards secondary effect of increasing healing by the Monk by 30%. This is potentially very nice in sustained physical/bleed only fights where the Guard will be quickly consumed.
That's a great tip, I hadn't thought of that at all. I've now included this in both the talents and the rotation pages, and it should show up soon