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WW Monks Trinket Help

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Hi :)

I just have a question about my current trinkets.

I have been reading around a lot and have been informed of how horrible AOC is for us (WW Monk).

My question is, is it worth going back and getting a 569 TEB or even TTT to replace my current 582 AOC?

I doubt this matters, but my other trinket is a 569 Harrooms and im 578 ilvl with the AoC equipt.

Thankyou :)

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I would switch to Ticking Ebon Detonator, AOC is the worst trinket for WW monks because it doesn't really give any dps increase with the spells it reduces CD on. I don't have any numbers to show, but i'd personally switch a normal AOC for any LFR SoO/ToT normal trinket.

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