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Rule 6: Dummy tests are useful for targeted theorycrafting purposes like determining proc rates and internal cooldowns. Dummy tests are not useful for comparing dps, unless performed by very consistent people, for very long periods of time, with helpful friends dedicated to providing all the relevant raid buffs and debuffs.
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After spending bout an hour on the test dummy, I feel I have a good handle on the rotation. I how was using just lvl 85 premade gear with no glyphs and was sitting around 8.6k for the entire time. I had a few questions about the priority rotation that you have used in EJ post.My damage break down was 26 percent SS, 24 percent melee, and 17 percent death coil. I figured this must be wrong as you had pointed out that ghoul should be number 2 damage source, I then looked, and yes 25 percent of dmg was from ghould. Does this break down with what you were expecting ? It would appear the for all intents and purposes blood strike is useless for us? Another question would be should we horde RP when Dark Transforamation is about to run out so as to try and get about 3 dcs of quicly and maximize its up time. Another question I had would be conerning buffs and festering strike when we add time to current diseases with Festering Strike do they recieve new buff perhaps from 4 piece t11 or any other proced buff we may have recieved? Also had question on Dark Sac, can we use it on friendly players or only hostile entities, this of course harks back to stealing say shadow aura or windfury?And lastly does Dark Transformation ghoul gain stats if applied, for instance is it better to use unholy frenzy then dark trans and then garg or would unholy frenzy carry over from lil ghoul?