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#1 Mar 07 2011 at 5:09 PM Rating: Decent
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I just ordered Rift and i'd like to have some criticism on this Justicar build

Basically, i see it as a support-dps or 2-handed tank. Not having any real experience, i don't know if i actually took the right talents, so any help is appreciated.

By the way, how does Light Efficiency interact with Reparation? Since every Justicare ability is life based, Dauntless Courage only increases auto-attack damage, right?
#2 Mar 08 2011 at 8:08 AM Rating: Decent
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I am using a Justicar tank build, and I've seen two things about a cleric tank. You will need tons of endurance and block. I wouldn't plan on tanking without a shield. You have a decent 2h dps build going, but there are better souls than Justicar for that.
#3 Mar 09 2011 at 3:47 AM Rating: Decent
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Thanks for the answer. I know that Justicar isn't exactly good dps, but i'd really love to be a support type, relieving the healer of some stress through off-heals and passive heals.

I'm not sure about 2-handed vs shield tanking, i've read somewhere that with a shield you sacrifice a lot of parry and reparation and salvation heal for less.

I discovered that Reparation and Salvation don't benefit from Light Efficiency and Benediction of Sentinel. So i changed my build accordingly.
#4 Mar 09 2011 at 11:54 AM Rating: Decent
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ranged dps:

Heal, and tank both use pur's caregiver's blessing, which help a lot with the Justicar's intermittent single-target heals. The DPS build uses the druid's life abilities, plus a bunch of good talents and the Satyr, while maintaining good DPS and healing with doctrines. The last one does the same thing, but focuses on using the Inquisitor spells, plus doctrines to heal if needed.
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