Message to User:
Instead of reading the rules you just add the words "Again, apologies for my lack of experience on these forums. I'm a new guy." Unfortunately for you the name of the forum is not intended ironically and excusing yourself like that is something I see all the time from people too lazy to read the guides and the stickies before posting.
- The first person pronoun "I" is always capitalised in English wherever it occurs in a sentence.
- Please don't press enter after each sentence, gather your comments together in paragraphs.
- Your first question, you could test yourself in game at the target dummy.
- Your second question, although not explicitly is more or less answered in the guide. However, I think it's a bit pointless for someone to do the theorycraft on "I did the rotation wrong".
- Your third question: was the 2nd answer when I googled "EP WoW".
Hey, so i got two questions - i didn't see them answered here earlier, but hey we all make mistakes, go easy on me.
Let's say im in the middle of an encounter, and despite my best efforts, i happen to refresh Immolate WITHOUT having the buff from Improved Soulfire active. Right after the refresh, i cast soulfire and the buff is back, but here is the question:
Does the improved soulfire buff apply to spells already active before its initial activation?
Obviously, if the buff does NOT apply to my earlier cast immolate, i will loose dps not only from the immolate but from the conflagrate i cast eventually - since the overall damage of my immolate is lower then it would have been with the buff.
If the buff DOES apply, then is it worth the GCD of recasting immolate again or am I fine with what i am doing, since the buff is up again and already affecting my immolate?
So, the question stands, i would be very appreciative of answers.
Also, what does the abbrevation EP mean? Again, apologies for my lack of experience on these forums. I'm a new guy.