Use proper paragraph structure. Your post is a choppy mess and that makes it hard to read.
Originally Posted by Apollion
When talking about the holy shock glyph remember there will be a HUGE difference between the HPS of your HoT from 2 pc t8 if you get your followup holy shock casted in <6 seconds because of how much extra healing you 'roll' into the next one. If I holy shock crit for 10000 we deal with a 1500 HoT over 9 seconds or in other words a 500 tick three times. If 1000 of that ticks and then I do another 10k crit we're talking about 2000 over 3 ticks or 666 per tick. The next one would be 714 per tick. Now if we take the same scenario and presume instead that we roll two ticks of our holy shock instead of one, the numbers become dramatically different if you successfully roll them long enough. It starts with 500 a tick again, moves to 833 a tick and then 1055 a tick. Eventually both scenarios will reach a cap, the difference is the first one has the hot capping at 750 regardless of how long you roll your holy shock crits and the second one caps at 1500, effectively doubling the potential for your crits.
Obviously, I understand that given the nature of crit we wont be able to reliably reach our 'maximum' HoT for our ticks, but we still should factor it into our discussion regardless.
I don't know where you get the rolling hot from.
Has anyone been able to test the 2-piece set bonus?
I mean, won't it just be so that if you crit 10k with HS then you get a 1.5k HoT over the next 9 seconds.
If you crit again for 10k you either get another HoT for 1.5k over the next 9 seconds or in worst case it will overwrite the old HoT, making the rest of the old hot wasted.
From where do you get that it will stack up?