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Mistweaver log review and help

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Hello,

so I started WoD playing monk healer and I had a great time but as my guild progress, am seeing a gap in my healing and others are outhealing me by 10k+. am not sure whats wrong. since its hard to get an optimized gear, i know that my gear is not high on multistrik. 

this is my armory: http://eu.battle.net/wow/en/character/tarren-mill/Tineen/simple

 

I am wearing this neck : 

Champion's Medallion

and this ring : inv_misc_6oring_purplelv2.jpg

 

this is a recent log of mine: https://www.warcraftlogs.com/reports/gxCPD4N7GYRfaZKb/#type=healing&source=16 

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The Butcher is a difficult fight to truly shine in as a MW monk, but I'd suggest you focus more on single-target heals than on your AoE heals. Monks are truly awesome as AoE healers atm, but The Butcher is not an AoE healing fight, since the number of people taking damage is limited.

 

Try spending more of your Chi on EM on the gusing wounds targets; that would probably help a bit, but really, just accept what Butcher is and look forward to the last three bosses, where MWs are very strong smile.png

 

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Hi Im new to The forum But i wanted to share my 2 cent:

1) whats your Role?

If u want to maximize tour performance u scould be assigned at one of The 2 mellee group. Ur Main chi generator will be rushing Jade wind, spread your renewing mist as much as you can and keep n eye on The tanks. Thats what i do usually.

Note: rushing Jade wind is heavy on mana, keep It up mainly on 2nd n 3d stack of debuff.

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Thanks guys I really appreciate your feedback.

I know that Butcher is not a measure for my performance and that was a mistake from me to only post that.

anyway, would someone review this log : https://www.warcraftlogs.com/reports/RKF6vAb13LgXjh74

 

I am still not doing that well and I did tried many things but still need some help.

I just want to know if am doing something wrong and if I need to fix my rotation.

 

 

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It depends. If your group is able to pretty much get all versions of Tectus down before they really start to do Tectonic Upheaval, your entire AoE toolbox is pretty much useless, and this turns it in to much the same as the Butcher, with sporadic damage, and not a lot if ppl generally execute properly.

 

However, if you take a lot of that ability, your Uplift is very low. Then you should be aiming at having ReM rolling on everybody and do uplifts for Chi, supplemented by RJW, as much as you can afford to.

 

Since a major component of a MW's AoE healing is from Uplift, which scales with raid size, you will see smaller numbers from it than you would in e.g. a 22 man raid, where it truly starts to shine. The recommendation here is (afair) when 6 ppl with ReM have taken damage, then use Uplift. This situation is much more likely to occur with larger raids, than with 11m so that could be some of it also.

 

But as mentioned, depends on how you handled the major AoE component of this fight.

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It depends. If your group is able to pretty much get all versions of Tectus down before they really start to do Tectonic Upheaval, your entire AoE toolbox is pretty much useless, and this turns it in to much the same as the Butcher, with sporadic damage, and not a lot if ppl generally execute properly.

 

However, if you take a lot of that ability, your Uplift is very low. Then you should be aiming at having ReM rolling on everybody and do uplifts for Chi, supplemented by RJW, as much as you can afford to.

 

Since a major component of a MW's AoE healing is from Uplift, which scales with raid size, you will see smaller numbers from it than you would in e.g. a 22 man raid, where it truly starts to shine. The recommendation here is (afair) when 6 ppl with ReM have taken damage, then use Uplift. This situation is much more likely to occur with larger raids, than with 11m so that could be some of it also.

 

But as mentioned, depends on how you handled the major AoE component of this fight.

 

Great Feedback, I will keep that in mind and really thank you for your time.

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The Butcher is a difficult fight to truly shine in as a MW monk, but I'd suggest you focus more on single-target heals than on your AoE heals. Monks are truly awesome as AoE healers atm, but The Butcher is not an AoE healing fight, since the number of people taking damage is limited.

 

Try spending more of your Chi on EM on the gusing wounds targets; that would probably help a bit, but really, just accept what Butcher is and look forward to the last three bosses, where MWs are very strong smile.png

 

 

Best way do Butcher as MW is pull up a range radar /range 8. Spec into RJW and move so both groups are in its range. They should always be close enough for Barrier/Healing Rain/Spirit link/RJW/Whatever anyway

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