Race Gender Male Female Why won't. If u are going for T4 and raids thats gonna be a routine. I do know that it would be beneficial on singular target bosses think Matthias, Cairne, Samarog where the rock dog can focus on a single target, but as for raids with adds Sabetha, Slothasor I think the rock dog would just get confused. The less health your target has, the more damage you cause. Strength Runes are perfectly viable for a Power build, so a static or guild group would probably be happy to have you with them. We're talking about 15% crit damage here, and that's very big compared to the other stuff we have here when yu factor in that 5% bonus damage when above 90% hp is gonna further boost the crit damage. Gain bonus for each minion you control.
Instead their break even depends on how much of the precision you can use. Most times in this game, you're either topped off, or just barely living. I'm in bad shape, here! It has almost no difference to scholar uptime of 100% if boss has no boons at all if you don't overcap with precision. At most, you should expect 1k dps from the Rock Dog in ideal circumstances. The main issue it has is precision being wasted due to the crit cap; without the crit cap Eagle would be strictly better than Scholar runes in raids.
The necromancer naturally loses 5% of its total life force pool every second, compared to 3% in Death Shroud. Could rune of the ranger be better? Both runes are good enough to raids or fractals without any problems. They can't be changed but can be upgraded through the use of. All are decent to fantastic fights for rifle. Characters can regain health while in combat through , , and.
This might be the closest rune to the scholar runes in dps as well, as it supplies the power that the Eagle rune is missing. Getting less damage per crit, around 12% difference. While it is very easy to replace that 5% bonus damage, that 225 Ferocity can mean alot of damage to Power classes. Since it depends on how long you can manage to keep the scholar bonus, it would probably also depend on which content you're doing dungeons, fractal,. While in Reaper's Shroud, upgrades, such as sigils, on the necromancer's currently equipped weapon continue to function. Extra stuff if you're planning on using the build: For the 7 might on sword-shield it's totally not worth it, for the 14 on scepter, it may be. Or it lets me unmerge with my pet and now have two pets.
Deals more damage the lower health the target is. You lose 125 stat and nothing in return is gained. I'm currently finding it hard to justify the 60g+ cost on gearing armor when the difference may only be 1-2%. It depends too much on your luck finding a group. New to Guild Wars 2? I love that sweet additional might uptime, and the additional damage while under might. With eagle you are losing 175 stat and your dps will be lower first higher after.
Strength runes are gonna get outclassed in most scenarios. If you get hit frequently the Strength rune will keep up more than 10 might stacks for sure on average so it simply outvalues scholar as long as you arent close to mightcapped. Skill Description 1 1 0. Dagger skills recharge faster if activated while above the health threshold. Gain based on your current health. Overall with perfect scholar uptime the dps diff between them is like 2% or so, assuming dog has 0 buffs. For the points used to train , and , see.
For example, when legendary weapons are equipped, the footfalls will not show when in Reaper's Shroud. Effectively getting up to 24 might by yourself with little to no effort, easily sustainable at 14 stacks. Haven't gotten my thief to 80 yet, so thanks for the tip, I wasn't actually planning on going with scholar on her. It's every man for himself there. Spellbreaker runes are again good for classes that use assassin gear already. Cast whenever you strike a foe below the health threshold.
You said the build is for dungeons, fractals, open world, and from your comment, maybe raids in the future. Its dmg is close to the 125 ferocity you lose. If you are in , gain health instead. In a fight where failure is a real possibility Eagle is likely to pull ahead generally - Scholar will perform better during the easy, early parts of a fight, while Eagle always outperforms Scholar in the second half of the fight - even more so without great scholar uptime. Damage done to the life force pool is reduced by 50%, but this damage reduction isn't reflected in the combat log. In my experience with raiding in Berserker gear, I do tend to have a few attacks that don't crit. So consider trait-swapping that depending on the fight, it may be higher dps than base +7% against burning foes.