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    Rend in Fury rotation?

    Is rend worth the dps to be added into your rotation or is it not worth it? someone please give me some input :P

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    As long as you are careful about how and when you weave it into your rotation, it is a net dps gain. Spec imp. rend and at least 2/3 TM, then macro the stance dancing into the use of rend when in berserker stance and the use of BT/WW/Slam when in battle stance. Any time rend has fallen off and you have a free global cooldown, reapply it. A case can be made to also use a glyph of rending in the slot that would normally be allocated to execute during a single target fight; but I would hold off on that until you are consistently maintaining a high up-time.

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    Its worth it if youre careful about when you do it. Gaps in your rotation are a lot less frequent when you get the 4 set T10.

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    Can you explain how much dps you get from it? 500dps on meters or 1k+ on meters if done right? Say on a single target boss, what would be the increase?

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    More in the range of one to two hundred dps. It is not a huge boost, but if you are looking to squeeze everything you can out of your character it is worth training yourself to do.

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    It's not very hard to weave it in before 4-piece T10, but you get very few chances once you have 4p T10. It can be useful on fights that have a lot of times where you switch targets or run away. (popping a Rend on Sindragosa before the air or pull phases, etc)

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    They are less frequent, but even with 4T10 there are always opportunities to slap on a rend.

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