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  1. [Balance] WrathCalcs

    Maybe this shines some light for you:http://www.mmo-champion.com/threads/1313453-Balance-WrathCalcs-and-SimCraft-Guide Anyway, in my oppinion neither of them is really accurate compared to reality - at least not for the numbers. Eventually, it's not the pure numbers that matter but what decissions those tools help you make. I tend to trust WC more plus in the end WC helps you get more into details on some specific short time rotations (for example what spell are best to you to get the most dmg in shortest time on Nazgrim's banners). One thing both tools have an issue nowadays is the dps talent choise. Both point at FoN as top single target dps talent and WoL doesn't seem to reflect that. Some people claim it's because top moonkins simply feel better with INC but I'm not fully convinced by that theory.
  2. [Balance] Encounter Mechanics [MoP]

    Malkorok heroic is where I have to glyph Starfall so I'm not bothered with add aggro (as they have debuff aura that gives you slow and massive spellcasting speed debuff). I used to glyph it for Immsersus and Sha at first but eventually it appeared to be unneccessary.
  3. [Balance] Encounter Mechanics [MoP]

    Are ME roots more resistant to breaking? Because priests' or shamans' roots seem much more reliable if you have to actually dps down the rooted adds.
  4. Mmoc 2p Balance bonus is: Why people are saying there is something out of sync there? It's just flat dmg bonus while in Eclipse.
  5. [Balance] Simple questions + WoL Feedback

    Wouldn't INC be better on Jin'rohk due to plus dmg boost from pools? When I've done Jin'rohk this reset with FoN it seemed much worse than what I did with INC. However, they were bugged at that point so I will give them one more try on this boss next reset.
  6. [Balance] Encounter Mechanics [MoP]

    Starfall and [H] Dark Animus. Is it safe to use it on earlier phase of the fight?
  7. So far I have noticed 2 technical issues with FoN: - when I macro all 3 casts into 1 button I get 2 trees and need to press one more time for the 3rd - anyone has an idea how to resolve it? - sometimes they just stand there and do nothing for a 2-3 secs - most often if I switch targets; will need to observe this more.
  8. I have tried this rotation yesterday a bit and I am not convinced - each time the outcome was worse than standard rotation. The main difference between CA and non-CA state is having 2 eclipsed DoTs therefor as I imagine the gain of the rotation is to have both those DoTs under influence of trinkets and meta. However, Starfall itself isn't often enough to proc everything before DoT application. Plus the best uptime of everything happens in about 20secs from initial proc which in new rotation is partially out of eclipse. I will try testing with casting SS before DoT application. Still, I am not sure the eventual gain is worth changing the rotation as I quite often have reasonable procs during CA in standard rotation.
  9. A question to clarify: does the "new rotation" apply only to the start of the fight?
  10. I have noticed an interesting thing. In my gear levels it often happens than I still have a lot time on DoTs from previous Eclipse just before leaving the current one. I occassionally did not refresh them at all and they lasted till I have enterned next Eclipse. However, I wonder if the GCDs saved on this are worth skipping an eclipsed DoT. The other thought I had is to only refresh eclipsed DoT in this kind of situation, however, this makes DoT timers kinda messed up later on. Or should I just ignore the time left on DoTs and always refresh them once per Eclipse.
  11. Have you tried TinyDPS? It's extremly minimalistic dmg meter and it never ever lagged me during MoP.
  12. [Balance] Encounter Mechanics [MoP]

    What was the nature of those issues? As for the SS procs, I guess something might be on afterall. I checked out the log in details and I have noticed SS procs out of the blue sky when dino was up (when I was still using MF/SnF on it). I still would like to have FF in my macro tho. It would be perfect to have MF and FF in one macro so does FF is used if MF can't be, but simple /cast Moonfire /cast Faerie Fire doesn't work.
  13. [Balance] Encounter Mechanics [MoP]

    With so many targets dotted on the fight already I find this one additional target bit irrelevant - SS is already a machine gun. And the convinience of using a spell that you can cast with your back to the target is priceless. Besides, I even doubt the pink one procces SS since I don't see MF/SnF doing any dmg at all to it in the logs and without actual crits I don't think there can be an SS proc (did a fast check now - will look into it more when I'm back from work).
  14. [Balance] Encounter Mechanics [MoP]

    The problem with Typhoon, MF and SnF is that you need to have the target in front of you. FF comes really handy here. I'm using a handy macro for this: /tar Direhorn Spirit /cast Faerie Fire /targetlasttarget No need to worry about where the pink one is - just push it once in a few casts.
  15. [Balance] Encounter Mechanics [MoP]

    [H] Jin'rokh the Breaker AMS timed well just before Ionization cast will prevent you from getting the debuff. The CD will be ready for every cast.