Druids with great gear (some heroic) doing what looks like mostly a single target rotation (rip, melee, and rake about equal in damage)
Druids with less than great gear doing what looks like extensive multi dotting (rake was 40% in damage, melee and rip about 20%, thrash about 10%). One in particular did about 80k with 479ilvl and only a 463 weapon.
So my conclusion is obviously that there are a few skilled druids out there who have really mastered the art of multi-dotting, keeping rake up on multiple mobs and keeping thrash up quite a bit too (certainly more than just clearcasts to get 10%)
So I decide to try it out on LFR. People usually group all 3 stone guards up so there should be even more opportunity for multi-dotting, right? I felt like a chicken running around with my head cut off trying to keep rake up, keeping thrash up is a pain because of high energy cost (I wasn't waiting only for clearcasts on thrash for this) and I barely got chances to get any rips on a target. The results weren't too terrible considering how bad I know I am at it, doing 65k when usually I get around 70k by just doing a normal single target rotation.
So I definitely need some tips on how to make multi-dotting more effective than single target on a boss like the stone guard.
Any addons that help for tracking dots on multiple targets?
How to make most out of DoC procs w/ predatory swiftness? 2 rakes? I almost never seemed to have a rip ready.
Is a big part of this requiring symbiosis with a rogue or warlock? I have a rogue in my regular 10man, not a warlock though.
Is thrash worth spending energy on with 2 targets (as would be normal in 10m stone guard), or is it for clearcast procs only?
And anything else worth noting, if you think you are good at it just post your general priority list for 2 or 3 target fights.