Because if you use RvS at say 3 CP, you'll end up with 4 CP. Meaning if the Sinister Strike glyph procs you'll lose a combo point. Which is kinda bad.
but if Sinister Stike glyph procs when we have 3cp, we loose revealing strike=> we loose ~6000 dmg with noncrit evis, and ~12000 dmg with crit evis.
what is the loss of a combo point in terms of damage?
sorry for bad eng.=(
First of all thanks very much for doing the research and testing on the haste theory Exemplar, I understand how much time and effort is required. But my question is, should we be reforging away from Mastery to Haste, if like you stated, the ratio is severely imbalanced? I'm currently on a 1.8:1 ratio, would it be a net dps gain to shed some Mastery to get closer to the 1.2-1.4:1 ratio?
I can certainly appreciate the pros and cons to discussing situations in which atonement spec vs non atonement spec would have some advantage. In fights with lulls and burst damage to recover, the atonement/archangel would give that well timed bump in HPS. It appears most folks are using the non atonement spec.
Has anyone found situations/fights/strats in which they found a unique advantage to holy in 10m progression?
What do you guys think of the latest hotfix (July 26): Shamanism (Elemental passive) now causes Lightning Bolt, Chain Lightning, and Lava Burst spells to gain an additional 32% benefit from the shaman’s spell power, up from 20%