Last edited by Curarin; 2013-12-03 at 01:35 AM.
I'm a newbie Moonkin, since it's my alt, and I was wondering...
Does anyone know why AskMrRobot suggests to gem for 2x +320 crit gems (blue sockets), whilst the socket bonus is +120 intellect? If I calculate right, the loss of the socket bonus isn't worth the +640 crit?
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Assuming default AMR stat weights
2x 320 Crit
2x 160 Crit 160 Spirit + 120 Int
Spirit if reforged into Mastery: 1188
Spirit if reforged into Crit: 1296
Total if Spirit into Mastery:3096
Total if Spirit into Crit: 3204
Was just wondering near the end of an eclipse (1 cast away) and you get shooting stars proc and there is a need to refresh dots, does starsurge take priority over refreshing eclipsed dots over refreshing non-eclipsed because I have been watching some of kill videos and been prioritising reapplying eclipsed dots over doing a starsurge and replying uneclipsed ones. Should I over been prioritising starsurge?
The simple answer is to apply the eclipsed dot, then starsurge.
With a lot of crit and a decent duration on a dot, one could feasibly prioritize the starsurge and reapply the dot later. The biggest part of a dots damage is proccing the starsurge. That's why we don't play like affliction where we try and snapshot dots.
I don't think DoC is ever going to get anywhere until they give up trying to tie it to an active heal cast.
I have a little dilema about using our CDs and Hero/BL.
My guild tends to be itsy bitsy incosistent with heroism timing if it doesn't happen at the start. And then I have to chose if I should use CDs asap being able to push 1 more during the encounter or delay it and align with heroism. For now I've decided to wait for hero (as figths are becoming shorter) but I'm not sure which solution is more optimal.
Why don't you speak to your guild and sort the hero situation out?
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