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Carnage | Discipline Discussion
02-15-2012, 02:59 AM
RE: Carnage discipline discussion
(02-10-2012 12:51 PM)LagunaD Wrote:(02-10-2012 04:39 AM)Tumri Wrote: With the correct tooltips it's 2632 + 3 rage from Choke vs 2228(-10% is 2005) + 4 rage from Assault with an 88.1% chance to proc an Ataru Strikes worth 395 damage each. This averages out to 348 damage extra from Ataru per attack.
I tend to agree.
So after looking at a spread sheet of yours in a previous post, I tried to simplify things and came up with the below build. I explain what rotation I use also. Am I doing it wrong, or am I on the right track? Mind you I'm more of a PVP person than PVE, but do both.
Sith Marauder/Carnage 2/35/4
Annihilation: 2 points
-2 in Enraged Slash
Carnage: 35 points
-Maxed all points in everything except, No Displacement and No Erupting Fury.
*I put 2 in Unbound because of the 100% to break free of CC when using Camouflage for PVP
Rage: 4 points
-2 in Ravager
-2 in Stagger
In Ataru Form:
[Macro 1] - Champion Relic / Cloak of Pain / Force Charge
[Macro 2] - Assault / Battering Assault / Massacre / Gore / Ravage / Force Scream
*when Berserk is up I'll use Gore if I can and then Berserk / Massacre (6 times)
*If Berserk is up and I have more than one person around me I use
[Macro 3] - Shii-Cho Form / Saber Ward / Berserk / Vicious Slash (spam, while in Shii-Cho Form and Berserking, it costs no rage and hits two targets)
Situational Moves that are on my bars:
- Crippling Slash
- Intimidating Roar
- Force Choke
- Pommel Strike - Wish I could work this into my rotation. Doesn't seem to work much in PVP but I've seen 4,365 crits come from this baby.
- Vicious Throw
- Deadly Throw
- Savage Kick
- Undying Rage
- Force Camouflage
- Disable Droid
- Heroic Moment
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RE: Carnage discipline discussion - stovepipe - 02-15-2012 02:59 AM