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    how to keep agony at full stacks ?

    CAn you guys tell me what are the methods of keeping agony at 10 stacks

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    Quote Originally Posted by ace777 View Post
    CAn you guys tell me what are the methods of keeping agony at 10 stacks
    Seriously?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pagepro View Post
    Seriously?
    i know with the use of pandemic, but sometimes i lose track of my dots on multiple targets and i lose all my stacks on agony, I wanted to clarify.

    Whats a good addon that can help me keep track of agony

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    Don't know if AffDots shows that but otherwise it's very good addon for affliction locks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ace777 View Post
    CAn you guys tell me what are the methods of keeping agony at 10 stacks
    Tidy plates will show dots on its frames, useful for mobs.

    Use a raid frame addon that can show boss frames (i use Shadowed Unit Frames), this is the easiest way I've found to track dots on mulitple bosses.

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    I think OP needs to reformulate his question a little better.

    I personally use ForteXorcist to keep track of my dots on multiple targets (it is a little tricky to configure, though), and AffDots to track their strength on each of them. After 5.4, I seem to be renewing Agony every time my Wush gets to 10 stacks (via SB:SS), it's proccing often enough for that.
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