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my name is Jerymyas, from the german "Der Rat von Dalaran", RP Server.
I have a question about the choice between the 3043 and the 13163 breakpoints.
I know the actual discussion (obviously not everything) about druid breakpoints, but i dont get the point, why i should not try, for exampel, reach the 12458 (+3 Wildgrowth) or the 12834 (+6 Lifebloom) breakpoint.
The 13163 breakpoint is out of my gear (ilv 537), i can only reach it, with a massiv loss of other stats. But a lower bp is more or less no problem for me. More haste, in my opinion, means more procs and ticks and thats the point i donÂ´t understand - why should i leave that benefit? I donÂ´t need 16K spirit, my first choice in healing is Rejuvenation, Wild Growth, Lifebloom ect. - all that casts benefits from higher bpÂ´s.
Is the choice between these two extrem breakpoint based on simcrafting, max harmony vs. max haste, and the ratio for haste is only getting better, until you can reach the 13163 bp?
Thanks for answering my question,
greetings from germany,
From how I understand it, Extra Lifebloom ticks are almost ignorable due to the fact that we rarely let a lifebloom end it's duration. Thus the extra healing from gaining that much haste would be better suited into Mastery(to increase the existing Ticks instead of adding another 1) and Due to Wild Growth having an 8 (or 10) second cooldown on the spell means you will at most get what... 5 ticks every 8 seconds or 6 ticks every 10 seconds?(1 per person). The fact that Rejuve is generally going to be our top heal in a fight (well is for me and for most of the logs ive ever looked at) and the others will be 2nd 3rd or 4th (gotta factor in efflo now). So this leads to the us wanting to power Rejuve up and is a gain to our healing ability and output more than gaining those 1 ticks. The extra ticks gained from the 13163 bp comes out much better tho.