Comment: 5% crit is great, especially considering the location of this talent in the tree. Also helps proc more Improved Shadow Bolts, which is beautiful. Oh, and it’s a prerequisite for Ruin.

Solo: 1/2 (or *) – Destruction Warlocks generally want to grind with a Voidwalker. Some grind with an Imp, and an Aftermath proc would help a little bit to keep the mob from gettiing close to you. Sucks.

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Raid: ***** – Assuming you’re only spamming nukes, 5% crit = 5% more dps if you have Ruin. But since you have Improved Shadow Bolt (you do, right?!!), it’s actually much better than just a 5% improvement.

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