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I was recently asked to start playing enhance for my guild. So nothing else to do than grabbing the good ol' hammers and start swinging. I've read the guides here on IV, watched a few videos on Youtube and been on and off on the enhance discord. I thought I got the hang of it, felt pretty comfortabel doing a few bosses but when I skimmed through our loggs from a few of the bosses I noticed that my preformance is more or less garbage.
I decided to test my luck here. I was hoping that someone could analyze my loggs and give me a few pointers on what and what not to do.
I would also appreciate a few tips and trix about how to start analyzing my preformance myself so I dont have to turn back here as soon as the RNG gods are not with me.
Here is the log I was refering to:
And here is my armoy:
In advance I apologize for any misspelling and other nonsense that might confuse you. I should point out that English is not my main language.
If you need any other basic information in order to help me just give me a shout and I will comply.
Short Intro/Raiding Goals:
<Amelioration> is a group of 16 friends, that transfered mostly from Ravencrest to Kazzak to form a new guild. We are trying to get a new raid going within the next 2 weeks so we can get back to 10/11 Mythic and Argus Progress.
On our first raid day on Kazzak yesterday (21st February 2018)
We were able to clear up to 7/11 with the new guild.
We are searching primarily for Ranged DPS to complete our Roster.
All exceptional applications will be considered no mater the state of recruitment!
Socials/Friends are allways welcome - we do a lot of M+ in the guild and other activities.
We are searching for equaly dedicated people that want to bring their A-Game
You should be able to play two specs or bring another character if needed.
We play by the rule : Bring the Character - not the Player
- Be mature
- Be able to use comms (we use Discord)
- Be prepared for the raids (consumables/enchanted gear/etc)
- Be reliable (try to attend as much as possible/RL goes first tho)
What do we give you?
- A strong management: 3 Officers / 3 Advicers - these also form the Raidcouncil
- Quick progressin in Antorus and BFA - Our goal is to lead the group to Top 250
- A reward based Loot System. Play well, contribute to the tactics, be dynamic with your spc and abilities and other things => More Loot will be given to you
- Stuff outside of raids -> M+, PVP, social stuff, having a fun chat in Discord
For further information feel free to contact one of the following officers:
Hi, i have just tried out some Antorus bosses in mythic and i saw, that my logs are so....
In heroic difficulty my logs are better. So I have no idea, what am I doing wrong there... As I am doing the same thing, only with a bit more tactics...
Can anybody give some tips, on this matter?
Wow logs link: https://www.warcraftlogs.com/character/eu/ревущии-фьорд/дреггер?spec=Unholy
I seem to struggle to get better DPS. I figured out that i used chaos strike and blade dance to less. and i should use less Throw glaive and fellrush.
But i stil seem to have trouble getting my dps on. Please take a look on the logs at the 14th.
I really dislike using the "eye beam build" (it feel slow to me) so i still use the 2221311 build.
Thanks already for helping / reading!
P.s. i have all legendary's
First off, I absolutely adore this class and especially the brewmaster theme, but I'm just not making good use of it. I'm also not very good or knowledgable at it, so please excuse my stupidity in this ramble :P
With other tanks, I always feel like I'm in control. I have abilities that easily gather all enemies to me, but it's so different with the monk. If we're not counting the artifact weapon's special ability (since you spend at least 98 levels without it), I basically have a single proper AoE attack, being the Keg Smash. Compared to other tanks' abilites like Thunder Clap, Blood Boil, etc., I feel like Keg Smash is absolutely terrible. It has a much smaller radius, so I always have to run around and try to herd groups into tight bunches before I can effect all of them. If I'm completely surrounded by enemies within melee range, I feel like I'm lucky if I hit even a third of them with the splash, and so often I have to run around and tag drifters with melee attacks. I'm really jealous of the other classes' spells that are centered on the caster or placeable.
Am I doing something wrong, or is this a common problem? I know I have the Provoke ability as well, but being a single target spell with an 8 second cooldown, it doesn't really help my problem much. I really want to make my monk work, but I feel completely at a loss in dungeons and raids sometimes, and I always fall back to my prot paladin just because I feel like I'm doing an awful job with my monk.
Pleeease show me how I'm being an idiot and how the brewmaster is actually a competent tank!