I’ve been looking through 20-30 warcraftlogs of high parses and noticed that almost all of the higher parses work with full mastery gear over high vers gear.
Now I do realize that it’s possible that because I have a 12% vers corruption that Vers is a higher priority for me. But I can’t help but feel that I’m just lacking in the mastery department.
I’m currently sitting around 37% mastery while, for example, Anofotm has close to 47% mastery unbuffed.
If I look at average healing I also notice that a large amount of healing from other holy priests is coming from echoes. For example. ‘average’ healing done with echoes is about 35% of total healing done. While I hit 25%
My average prayer of healing does hit harder, but you get my point.
A second problem I’m running into is that the service keeps making me select odd azerite.
For example. It lists promise of deliverance higher than Blessed sanctuaries. But on a lot of bosses where your healing matters the most (Like Shad’har Mythic or maut) you (And the top healers) are barely ever casting single target heals if they can help it, since the raid-wide damage is huge. Blessed Sanctuary would heal an additional 33.3k healing while for example during promise of deliverance I would have to heal 15x to get close to getting the same healing as for 1 cast of sanctify.
I can see prayer is better than sanctify by a margin since you can use a lot more prayers than Sanctifies. But you don’t bring priests for their amazing single target tank healing potential in these raids.
ANYWAY. Is there a way for me to adjust these spell usages and gear weights and have it actually show me upgrades in the upgrade finder? I’m still getting gear in the upgrade finder that has crit + mastery or crit + vers even though the stat weights SHOW me that I need more mastery and more vers (And less crit)
My best in slot finder also wants me to sacrifice 7% mastery (Get even less than I have currently) for a 2.5% increase in versatility and -4% crit. I don’t see how this is an improvement?
Anyway sorry for the long post. I really wanted these questions off my back.