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Bloodbath vs. Avatar for Arms @ T18

Bloodbath still the winner for arms? Haven't simmed it yet, but I wonder what fight-specifics am I looking for in determining which cooldown to use for arms?
For fury I always run Avatar/AM. I assume that's still better than Bloodbath as Avatar is less vulnerable to bad RNG?

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