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So I got into a dungeon (Mana Tombs) with a level 71 Frost DK, and this guy was doing some absurd damage 1 shotting everything in his path.
Was just wondering if anyone could possibly tell me how this guy was doing so much damage at this level
Hey guys! Just scrolling through the forums briefly and didn't see any forums made for bugs. Just thought I'd start one (or maybe a new, fresh one), just leave a response in the comments and hopefully we can fix some stuff we find. I have one I'd like to share; I was playing as Abathur, just came out of an Ultimate Evolution after mining up an aggressive position and found my Toxic Nest on a 35 second cooldown with no charges. The cooldown was also about 6/10 of the way through, implying an approximate 75 second cooldown. If you have anything you've found, feel free to let the community know down below!
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Thought about Stampede and found this in your Guides:
Stampede is optimal with 5 Ferocity-specced, non-Exotic pets in your active slots (the ones you can summon using Call Pet). If you either do not have 5 active pets, or any of them are not Ferocity-specced and non-Exotic, the effectiveness of your Stampede will be lower
I'm not using the manor "Glyph of Stampede" (it will summon copys of my active pet).
'Cause I've still my BM Specc, I also have exotic Pets with me.
4/5 are exotic. The one non-exotic had the tank specc active to save my ass if something goes extremly wrong.
Using Stampede calls 5 copys of my non-exotic wolf, without using the glyph.
I think it is okay to play without the glyph but I shoud set my pet to ferocity.
Or should I remove the exotic pets and chose 5 different non-exotic pets? There should be no different?
So a murder of crows gets an 80% buff, and pets get 27% buff on attack power (60% of our AP now). Does anyone know which talent is better, Stampede or AMOC?
Does anyone know why havocing "current target" and mouseover shadowburning adds doesnt work? Shadowburn will only land on my mouseover target and not the one I'm attacking and havoc charges won't be used. I just noticed it after some tests on training dummy. As long as havoc is placed on a mob that is not my current target [which I'm attacking], mouse over shadowburn works just fine. Am I missing something here?