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  1. #41

    Re: What's better for moonkin? Crit or Haste?

    Ehm.. isn't NG reduction applied *after* the haste calculation?
    Just a question uh, from a feral druid
    Quote Originally Posted by Qieth
    I don't do math, blind assumptions work so much better for me.

  2. #42

    Re: What's better for moonkin? Crit or Haste?

    It isn't. Haste is usually the very last modifyer applied to a cast, sadly . It would scale awesome for SF else, and even better but capped quite fast for Wrath because both get .5s off by talents. If haste was applied on base casttime, it would very likely outclass almost any other stat by quite a magnitude.

  3. #43

    Re: What's better for moonkin? Crit or Haste?

    Haste >>>> Crit
    Depending on your mana regen.
    Since people with low mana regen better not get alot of haste, since they will just run oom really fast. More haste = more casts = more chance on crits = more dps. But if you have a low mana regen and you're planning to not get any spirit in, get crit gear and enjoy the mana regen from that. (Don't spam SF then -.-)

  4. #44

    Re: What's better for moonkin? Crit or Haste?

    Quote Originally Posted by arel00
    Ehm.. isn't NG reduction applied *after* the haste calculation?
    Medium9 is correct - the benefit of NG is also reduced by haste.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chronalis
    in soviet russia, mods troll you!

  5. #45

    Re: What's better for moonkin? Crit or Haste?

    I'd rather say it's the other way round, but non is the case. Haste does say it reduces casttime by a certain percentage, and it still does with NG to the same extent. The way it works is actually the most straight forward one, because this way you can really say: 1% haste = 1% DPS (for Wrath until GCD-capped ofc, and not factoring in lag in general).

    It does however not exactly match this 1%DPS if buffs of limited runtime (unaffected by haste) come into play, like Eclipse, as soon as your haste would enable you casting one spell more within the buffs uptime. But this really is in the realm of nit picking

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