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I have a question: For the ascendance / gambler build the haste stat is on top of the priority list. Our trinket priority list shows that a static mastery stat increase via a trinket is higher on the priority than a static haste increase.
Hey there, looking for some common mistakes I might be making in my gear or dps rotation that I am just not seeing. You'd think it would be pretty basic but my dps has been all over the place recently.
I will be fighting kiljaeden (pretty standard) and have anywhere from 650-850dps average for the fight. It's gotten me kicked a couple times obviously despite being good on mechanics. I've reviewed several guides, made sure I am enchanted and gemmed... cannot figure it out. What am I doing wrong? (Yes low on meters for other fights as well though not always).
924 iLevel, wearing legendary belt and chest (dont have tier to wear shoulders and chest)
67% Mastery (issue?)
24% Critical Strike
Opener: Blood Fury, Tome (trinket), Crow, Bestial Wrath, Dire Frenzy, KC, AspectotW, Titan's Thunder, CS, KC, DF...
Repeat KC, CS, And cast DF whenever buff falls off or procs bonus.
Talent Build is:
Helps, tips, advice welcome.
Are there common mistakes to rotation i might be making even if u dont see it here? Should i be working hard to gear swap? I am at a loss and it is getting frustrating. Thanks
Fast and Simply i play Arms Warrior newest patch and i want to calculate my stats by myself i heard something about this, something like:
Strengh is 2Points worth
Mastery is 3Points worth...
something like that so i can calculate with different items by myself,
i hope you understand what i mean and sry for my bad english :)
I'm using simcraft in order to get my stat weights. Depending on what I choose as "fight style"-option I get different weights and stat priorities. I usually run simulations with patchwerk, helter skelter, light or heavy movement fight styles, and the results vary for each type. And my problem is that I don't know which result to use.
Is there a fight style I can use as the most "generic"? I mean which fight style can I use as a general guideline? Or isn't there such a thing?
Thanks in advance for any answers :)