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Mythic Geared Sub Rogue Rotation Qs

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So as my raid starts to progress into mythic (Strength in All @ Stormrage) and I don't have any other rogues on the team to talk to, I want to compare and contrast rotations/openers.  I've been pulling top 5 dps so I know I'm doing something right (69-80k DPS (W/ 726 Ilvl) depending on fight mechanics)(Also keeping near 100% uptimes on rupture and S&D) 

 

http://us.battle.net/wow/en/character/stormrage/D%C3%B6ngers/advanced

 

Opener: Prep @ -10 sec, Pot + Slice&Dice ~1.5 sec, Shadow Reflect > Ring & Vanish > Rupture > Ambush until Subterfuge is done ( usually burn some CPs for an extra ambush)

 

Rotation after opener: dump CPs, pool energy until Find Weakness (FW) is nearly down, Shadow dance, Ambushes, wait for FW to go down, Vanish / Shadowmeld + Prep + Ambush (If vanish is 10+ seconds on CD)

Rinse and repeat.

 

So my main question here is it better to pair Shadow Reflection with ring or with Shadowmeld, I've experimented with both and they pull similar numbers.

 

Edit: Realized this is the wrong area to post this, Reposted to rogue forums

Edited by Drueger

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