09/11/2012 06:04 PMPosted by SavagerCast Starfall> Wrath> Starfall> Incarnation
You want to wait to cast your second starfall until after the first one has fallen off. You don't want to clip your starfalls.
Cast Starfire spam till Solar
Cast Celestial Alignment> Starfall> Sunfire> Moonfire> Wrath till Lunar
No! You want to use CA directly after lunar ends. CA takes you to the middle of your eclipse bar, so using it as soon as you hit eclipse basically skips that eclipse. Also, you always want to use starfire as your primary nuke during CA (and SS on cooldown, of course).
Additionally, during CA you only need to use EITHER moonfire or sunfire. Either one will apply both dots, so it's a waste of a GCD to hit both buttons.
I spam Starfire if Nature's Grace procs and im in Solar and i spam Moonfire if procced in Lunar
if not in Nature's Grace i keep all dots up and spam Wrath to Lunar and Starfall repeating basic rotation
If im moving and im in Lunar i spam Moonfire on the move and Starfire if im in Solar?
Erm, I'm not even sure of what you mean here. So, let's try some definitions.
Nature's Grace is a haste buff that lasts for 15s. It is activated every time you enter an eclipse.
Solar eclipse buffs nature spells, including wrath (nuke), sunfire (dot) and starsurge (nuke).
Lunar eclipse buffs arcane spells, including starfire (nuke), moonfire (dot) and starsurge (nuke).
You apply both dots in every eclipse, but you're going to only worry about making sure the eclipsed dot stays refreshed. In solar you spam wrath to move your bar and in lunar you spam starfire to move your bar. In both eclipses (at all times, really) you give priority to starsurge every time it's off its cooldown.
Hopefully somewhere in there is an answer to your question, but if not, maybe try asking again? :)