JayJae

7.1.5 Dh DPS

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With the new changes what are peoples thoughts to the haste and mastery stat prio when you have the anger of the half giants. 

I have been messing about on Mr robot and I have concluded it's good to keep them ballanced but favoring mastery over haste, 

 

I'm open to more suggestions and thoughts though

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This seems to vary a lot depending on your current gear, but mastery is very close to crit in priority.  Haste and Versatility are lower.

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