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A few things, your dps numbers are never a "should be", as everyones gear and raid makeup is different. If you won the fights in a pug, you're obviously doing something right. For DRW, yes, you want to apply your diseases as soon as you pop it, but only the first time it comes up. If after that, your atk power is lower than your first set of diseases, its not really beneficial to re-apply them at a lower power, just for DRW. In the long run you are better off to pop it and let it do its job of mirroring your HS>DS>DC priorities.
If you read up only a few posts, and check out the Bleeding Hearts mob that we've been discussing, it monitors your total attack power, and creates a scale based on your minimum and maximum, after it's seen it during a fight. For example, my baseline started at about 6k in regular gear, no buffs. Once raidbuffed, the bar expanded with all the trinket procs, and peaked at about 11700. If you start your rotation as a few people here have already said, with any on-use trinkets, DS, a few heart strikes, then Hysteria (Cast on yourself w a macro)+DRW, then apply diseases, you'll be fine. I open with DS>HS>HS>DS>BT>HS>DRW+Hysteria>ERW, and at that point all of my procs are up and im at a comfortable level to drop diseases, and all of my runes are avaliable.
Any new rotation seems clunky the first time you use it, and blood is no different.
Thank you for being extremely helpful, as i understood it you reapplied diseases every time you DRW, thank you for making it clear with GoD that is not necessarily true, that makes me happy
That mod also looks extremely sexy rather than tracking all of my procs, just tracking my AP will help alot also.
I knew there was a reason i posted here
Thanks again, ill take this info into ToC with me next week and hope for some improvements