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    Commanding shout bug?

    Good day, Forgive me if this question has been answered, I cannto find any details on it.

    Today, I was running a random dungeon for frost emblems and got Halls of Reflection. I am a reasonably well geared tank. I sit at 39546 Hit points unbuffed. Well, due to bad experiences in Heroic HoR in the past, and seeing the fairly undergeared druid healer, I went full raid buffs. I.E. used drums of kings, scroll of fort, +40 stam food buff , random dungeon buff, and the druid buff.

    This put me at 50504 Hit points. I then popped commanding shout on the first putt, expecting to be sitting at 52659 (untalented commanding shout gives 2255 health). However, my health total showed 50909.

    I validated after I got out that the shout did in fact add that much health. but I had lost the druid buff and the random dungeon buff. Not sure what is going on there, perhaps there is a maximum buffed health percentage for random dungeons? Any thoughts?

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    Was there an imp out before you popped the shout? That's usually the cause of 'hey my shout didn't add as much as I expected' situations.

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    Or another warrior using commanding shout too?

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    Might have been an imp, wasn't watching for that. No other warrior.

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    Blood Pact.

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    More than likely the Imp, whose buff is slightly less than C-shout. Do the same thing in another heroic run, but note if there's a lock with an imp out.
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    Blood Pact. The figures match.

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    Thank you very much for shedding light on that. I thought my leet math skills were broken!

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