Time to start raiding again ^^

90 Dwarf Shaman
10515
Dunno if everyone has seen this yet:

http://ptr.wowdb.com/items/armor/trinkets

Finally have a reason to raid once more :3
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90 Dwarf Shaman
10515
http://ptr.wowdb.com/items/96558-unerring-vision-of-lei-shen

+1,657 Intellect
Equip: Your damaging spells have a chance to grant 100% critical strike chance for 4 sec.

shad priests with this might hurt abit~
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90 Human Priest
18930
http://ptr.wowdb.com/items/96558-unerring-vision-of-lei-shen

+1,657 Intellect
Equip: Your damaging spells have a chance to grant 100% critical strike chance for 4 sec.

shad priests with this might hurt abit~



However, this has some implications on the Unerring Vision of Lei Shen trinket. We’re tentatively fine with the idea of you seeing that proc go off, and reapplying DoTs which crit for their whole duration, in most cases. There’s a couple cases where those periodic crits cause other effects, which end up being very powerful. For example, a Balance Druid can now apply Moonfire and Sunfire, and pretty much chain instant Starsurges for 15 sec, many of which are extending that Moonfire and Sunfire, probably out to 20-25 sec. That’s extremely strong, but we’re going to try leaving it alone for now.

The one which is simply too strong to leave is for Shadow. For Shadow having Unerring Vision and the PvE set bonuses would mean that every SW:P tick guaranteed crits, so spawns a Shadowy Apparition, which has a 65% chance of extending SW:P and VT. And the VT ticks have a 10% chance of spawning a Shadowy Apparition as well. And both can trigger a mastery tick, both of which can also spawn another Shadowy Apparition. The net result is that the feedback loop is so strong that in attainable gear, it’s net positive, resulting in SW:P and VT lasting forever (or at least until you get very unlucky and get a long string of failed procs, which will probably take several minutes to happen).

Since 100% crit SW:P and VT that never need to be refreshed is a wee bit too strong, we’re building in a failsafe. We’re fine with you getting a normal SW:P/VT duration of all crits, but not forever. When Shadowy Apparition extends SW:P and VT, and that DoT has already lasted longer than its normal duration, it will recalculate its crit chance. The result should be that the trinket procs, you reapply SW:P/VT, and get 18/15 sec of crits, then they drop to your normal crit chance.
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90 Dwarf Shaman
10515
http://ptr.wowdb.com/items/96558-unerring-vision-of-lei-shen

+1,657 Intellect
Equip: Your damaging spells have a chance to grant 100% critical strike chance for 4 sec.

shad priests with this might hurt abit~



However, this has some implications on the Unerring Vision of Lei Shen trinket. We’re tentatively fine with the idea of you seeing that proc go off, and reapplying DoTs which crit for their whole duration, in most cases. There’s a couple cases where those periodic crits cause other effects, which end up being very powerful. For example, a Balance Druid can now apply Moonfire and Sunfire, and pretty much chain instant Starsurges for 15 sec, many of which are extending that Moonfire and Sunfire, probably out to 20-25 sec. That’s extremely strong, but we’re going to try leaving it alone for now.

The one which is simply too strong to leave is for Shadow. For Shadow having Unerring Vision and the PvE set bonuses would mean that every SW:P tick guaranteed crits, so spawns a Shadowy Apparition, which has a 65% chance of extending SW:P and VT. And the VT ticks have a 10% chance of spawning a Shadowy Apparition as well. And both can trigger a mastery tick, both of which can also spawn another Shadowy Apparition. The net result is that the feedback loop is so strong that in attainable gear, it’s net positive, resulting in SW:P and VT lasting forever (or at least until you get very unlucky and get a long string of failed procs, which will probably take several minutes to happen).

Since 100% crit SW:P and VT that never need to be refreshed is a wee bit too strong, we’re building in a failsafe. We’re fine with you getting a normal SW:P/VT duration of all crits, but not forever. When Shadowy Apparition extends SW:P and VT, and that DoT has already lasted longer than its normal duration, it will recalculate its crit chance. The result should be that the trinket procs, you reapply SW:P/VT, and get 18/15 sec of crits, then they drop to your normal crit chance.


"wee bit too strong"
Remember the cunning/vial nerfs mid season? They were still strong as !@#$ post nerf, and blizzard toning this proc down slightly wont change too much I dont think...

Also that 4second window should allow for most casters (even ones that dont value crit highly) a huge burst opportunity, i.e ele shamans (HUGE ele blast crits), Mages (pom pyro perhaps), Aff/Demo locks etc etc
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1 Human Paladin
0
Hopefully the lack of PVP will make these trash.

Here's to hoping./
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90 Night Elf Druid
13945
Wait for trinket proc.

GCD1 - Celestial Alignment
GCD2 - dot someone
GCD3 - dot someone else (proc expires)

next 10 GCDs - pump starsurges into focus target's face
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90 Dwarf Shaman
10515
Wait for trinket proc.

GCD1 - Celestial Alignment
GCD2 - dot someone
GCD3 - dot someone else (proc expires)

next 10 GCDs - pump starsurges into focus target's face


:3
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90 Human Mage
11575
pls no jai .__.
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90 Goblin Death Knight
8775
The STR trinks also look amazing :D
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90 Worgen Priest
13415
i miss my cunning of the cruel i loved mind searing and seeing 20 bolts shooting off from it every
2 seconds
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90 Pandaren Shaman
7320
not worth it

dont need it
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