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<Abyss> is recruiting to bolster our Mythic raid team. We are a zero drama guild of adults who enjoy raiding progression content.
The guild has been around since day one of classic. We have a relatively relaxed raid environment and solid leadership that encourages players to excel while still enjoying the game.
Raiders must come prepared, on time, with flasks, pots, food, and runes.
Raiders must know their class and role.
Potential raiders must have been gearing for the content.
Drama Queens and Trolls need not apply.
5/11M, 11/11H Burning Throne
Our raid schedule is:
Tuesday - Thursday
8PM - 11PM CST
We are looking for the following classes/specs, but will consider any good and dedicated players.
Healers - preference for Shaman and Paladin
Shaman, Death Knight, Demon Hunter, Druid, Monk
If you are interested in joining our Mythic team, please apply: https://goo.gl/forms/ZQPvm6KYcqEkzTpz1
If you have any questions please leave a comment, contact Fyresparxx#1148 or Warriorferet#1935 or send a message or in-game mail to Elissa-Whisperwind or Fyresparxx-Whisperwind.
Hello all! I figured i'd make this thread to get some up to date information on the AOE rotation for unholy. Currently i'm 935 ilvl, and I run Incstructor's fourth lesson and Soul. (For lack of a better option.) However it is my understanding that these two legendaries make for the strongest aoe rotation. Is this true?
That is my first question. My second is what is the priority for aoe when running these two. Is it to wait for defile to drop, then festering wound a target a couple times, then Scourge Strike? Or is the priority to just put Wounds on then pop them asap, dropping the defile whenever it's available. Typically I wait for defile before I start building Wounds, but given the soul and the extra talent, i suspect it's better to just aoe without Defile if it's unavailable or perhaps just better to rarely spend runes on defile? Curious as to your thoughts!
I'm currently playing a restro druid mainly for Raid - Mythic +
Can somebody explain to me; especially for raids, why my HPS is very low compared to the other healers.
I'm currently going with 936 gs - Shoulder Leg & Finger Leg (2nd talent in lvl75)
All of my items habe atleast Mastery - even 8 Items Mastery & Haste.
Nevertheless I'm unable to compete in HPS during raids HC + Mythic.
Maybe it's something related to my rota - my current play style is:
- Lifeboom on tank combined with cenarion ward & rejuvenation.
- Dotting all others with rejuvenation
- Effloresecence somewhere at meeles
- wild growth as soon as multipe dmg mostly combined then with flourish
- tranquility for heavy aoe
- swiftmed for heavy heals
The problem is, even with this I cannot heal more than 400 - 600hps while the other healers are going with 1 mio hps.
Maybe someone can explain my mistake.
So I just got my Rogue to 110 on Monday and plan on raiding soon. But I am a bit unhappy about Vigor not being an option. Every guide I found put the other two talents above it. I really like playing with Vigor, this might just be because my gear is still kinda bad and messed up(850ish), but it feels a lot smoother with Vigor.
So I wanted to know why excactly the other two are better and by how much.
I need some pro help to learn to heal properly with my druid.
I started to play 3 months ago and I've tried to follow build, tips, place proper hots but I always get a very low efficiency index in raid logs with my guild (and with other people).
My ilvl is currently 906, I have two legendaries, and my artifact is at max level. I do have two other legendaries in my bags: Prydaz and Xoni's. Below are my current stats:
Here are a couple of logs of this week raids:
ToS nm (only 5 bosses): https://www.warcraftlogs.com/reports/DWz34VPQ9aHtXp6C
Another ToS nm (except KJ): https://www.warcraftlogs.com/reports/dXFnKbqAk43cahxr
I think my HPS are rather lacking in comparison to other healers, even though I am not that far away gear-wise. It's so frustrating to see 11-20% of efficiency :(
I'd appreciate any constructive opinion you have and thanks in advance.