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    Improved Devotion aura....

    Does it stack with the Tree of Life buff?
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    Re: Improved Devotion aura....

    nope

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    Re: Improved Devotion aura....

    I wish omg that would be tight

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    Re: Improved Devotion aura....

    nope it doesnt

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    Re: Improved Devotion aura....

    Basically all similar buffs no longer stack. Wrath changed many buffs to work this way. For example, Blessing of Wisdom does not stack with Mana Spring Totem - they just overwrite each other. There are virtually no similar buffs that stack anymore.

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    Re: Improved Devotion aura....

    Divinity, invest in it, it stacks.
    I'm glad to have multiple personalities, if i didn't i would be talking to myself, and that's just insane.

    http://us.battle.net/wow/en/characte...origrad/simple

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    For example: A rocket launcher against a kitten=obliterated kitten. A rocket launcher against a tank=singed armor plating. Same attack or spell (in relation to WoW) has two different effects against against a level 80 player (kitten) and a level 85 one (tank) because of scaling.

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    Re: Improved Devotion aura....

    Quote Originally Posted by Borigrad
    Divinity, invest in it, it stacks.
    Or invest in a good talent instead.


    Imp. Devo Aura still improves the armour contribution, it's still worth it.

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    Re: Improved Devotion aura....

    Quote Originally Posted by Needonboots
    Or invest in a good talent instead.


    Imp. Devo Aura still improves the armour contribution, it's still worth it.
    This. Though it's still a crappy reason to pick it up. I use Devo in one of two situations: 1) My raid lacks a druid 2) The armor bonus is necessary.

    Other than that, I run exclusively with Ret aura. Passive threat = win. Or laziness. But I still win.

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    Re: Improved Devotion aura....

    Quote Originally Posted by Borigrad
    Divinity, invest in it, it stacks.
    Quote Originally Posted by Needonboots
    Or invest in a good talent instead.
    DS/DG >>> reckoning >>>>>>>>>>>> divinity

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    Re: Improved Devotion aura....

    Quote Originally Posted by cethis
    This. Though it's still a crappy reason to pick it up. I use Devo in one of two situations: 1) My raid lacks a druid 2) The armor bonus is necessary.

    Other than that, I run exclusively with Ret aura. Passive threat = win. Or laziness. But I still win.
    If you prefer retaura why would you use devotion if your raid lacks a druid?
    You do realize that with the improved devotion aura talent the 6% healing bonus applies to ALL your auras not just devotion.

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    Re: Improved Devotion aura....

    i was refering to that fact divintiy stacks with devo aura or tree of life aura making it equal to the fact you may have a tree in the raid.
    I'm glad to have multiple personalities, if i didn't i would be talking to myself, and that's just insane.

    http://us.battle.net/wow/en/characte...origrad/simple

    Quote Originally Posted by Cerus View Post
    For example: A rocket launcher against a kitten=obliterated kitten. A rocket launcher against a tank=singed armor plating. Same attack or spell (in relation to WoW) has two different effects against against a level 80 player (kitten) and a level 85 one (tank) because of scaling.

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    Re: Improved Devotion aura....

    Quote Originally Posted by Offhand
    DS/DG >>> reckoning >>>>>>>>>>>> divinity
    ^ That

    I know I have Reckoning. I are bad example, I just desperately needed the threat increase. (When I started in this guild, roughly every DPS could threat cap due to outgearing issues, I really ought to drop it now I've geared a bit).

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    Re: Improved Devotion aura....

    Imp. Devotion even makes sense when having a druid. Armor = biggest win
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    Re: Improved Devotion aura....

    No good tank would skip over Imp Devot aura.
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    Re: Improved Devotion aura....

    Quote Originally Posted by cethis
    Basically all similar buffs no longer stack. Wrath changed many buffs to work this way. For example, Blessing of Wisdom does not stack with Mana Spring Totem - they just overwrite each other. There are virtually no similar buffs that stack anymore.
    I was surprised to find out that Heart of the Crusader DOES stack with other crit buffs and debuffs, and it's the only one that does so.

    Quote Originally Posted by cethis
    This. Though it's still a crappy reason to pick it up. I use Devo in one of two situations: 1) My raid lacks a druid 2) The armor bonus is necessary.

    Other than that, I run exclusively with Ret aura. Passive threat = win. Or laziness. But I still win.
    It's not actually all that bad a reason. On my tankadin who's in 245/258 gear, a none talented Devo aura takes me from 26048 armor, 63.10% reduction, to 27253 armor, 64.15%.

    With it talented, i go from 26048/63.10%, to 27855 armor, 64.65% reduction. When minmaxing, that extra 0.5% reduction can make quite a difference, especially on hard hitting bosses like Gormok, or Icehowl.
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    Re: Improved Devotion aura....

    Quote Originally Posted by Chronalis
    I was surprised to find out that Heart of the Crusader DOES stack with other crit buffs and debuffs, and it's the only one that does so.
    HotC and ToWth are mutually exclusive. They work different from other buffs/debuffs (i.e. Moonkin Aura, Rampage, Imp SB) in that they affect all crit chances.

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