Anyway, my keyboard binds go like this:
5- Barkskin (I might move it to some easier spot tho)
Z- Inc.+NV macro
F - Tranqulity
S1 - Starfall
S2 - Stampending Roar
S3 - speed boosts macro (worgen, engi, dash)
S4 - Innervate macro
SQ - Mushroom detonate
SE - Typhoon
On my mouse I have
(the easiest buttons)
- NS+HT macro
- Pot + Starfall macro
- Ursol Vortex
- Solar Beam
I also use Clique binds for:
Other skills I don't use that often so I don't even remember all the binds ^^
Been reading around, but haven't found a consensus, so might aswell ask here.
At around 499 ilvl (with 8 upgrades made), and can probably reach the 8089 haste breakpoint with the 4p bonus. Is it worth sacrificing mass amounts of crit for?
And also, can anyone confirm that Mastery > Haste upon reaching any breakpoint? Or should it go hit cap > haste breakpoint > crit > haste > mastery?
Thanks, take care.
Haste is always second to crit and they only switch places for "officially approved" breakpoints (like for the 5273 / 3k something with 4p, but not for the 4p 8089 one). I've heard many reports about Wrathcalcs showing Mastery > Haste for some people? Is that your case?
I'm not the best at using wrathcalcs, but the only scaling factors i see are on a spell by spell basis. Am i missing a real obvious overall scaling factor somewhere else?
Divide Intel, Crit, Haste and Mastery values with the Intellect one so you have everything against 1 Intel (stat weights). Here is also where you check if the value of your crit has become 1 Intel < 2 Crit.
Thanks for the explanation, going to work on it now.
Make sure you download the most recent iteration of the spreadsheet, as the haste valuation has been fixed and should accurately represent its' value.
This doesn't mean that the Haste vs. Mastery is decided on that point, as we are talking about 0.0x of a cast for haste which averages "casts per stand time" if you like throughout the whole fight. The decision came from math I can't (or cba :P) to do, but I always try to understand the general concept.
In the end of the day, if yourself and your guild doesn't care, which is fine, you can try anything you like with no devastating impact on your performance.
I was actually talking about the 8k BP vs. crit.
Hi guys, posted here for some help on my Resto Shaman but I also DPS on my Boomkin.
I was just wondering how you guys felt about my stats? I have gone for a full Crit build until I can comfortably reach the haste break point without the need to prioritize haste gems and reforging over others. (In other words having haste on gear as the way too get the 5273 break point)
I cannot post a link too my armory as I am very new too this website so- Katank - Dreadmaul (US)
If it helps, I am a Tauren Druid, thank you!
Using wrathcalcs is the value of haste accurate? After switching to 4p it listed mastery as being much better than haste at 1.74 with haste at 1.36. Not entirely sure if I should trust those figures
Ye at 504 ilvl it gave me int(more then x2)>crit>mastery>haste.
I also didnt trust that and went with the usual Stack crit and still ended with around 5k haste.
I also think i doesnt value NV how much its supposed to be ? Can someone confirm this ?
Also i tought Engineering > JC since that extra int during Ca is sweet but apparently it turned around to be a 400dps loss , not sure if its using it on pull and off cd or saving it for CA on pull and then on cd .