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4-01-2008 @ 9:08PM
Seal of Command is almost worthless. Let's do some basic math here. I believe the proc on Seal of Command was 7 times per minute. With an average 2-hander at about 3.30 speed, you're hitting the target about 18 times per minute. So, at an average of 7 procs per minute, assuming it doesn't crit, you're looking at about.. 600-1000 bonus damage each time. So that's about 4200-7000 extra damage every minute. Using Seal of Righteousness with a base Judgment of the Crusader procs every single hit. The base hits for about 200, and the judgment adds an extra 200-250 or so. So at approximately 18 hits per minute, with about 425 average damage, you're getting about 7650 bonus damage every minute. Also, you have to count the Judgment of Righteousness, which is an extra ~600 damage every 8 seconds. That adds ~4500 damage each minute. So with that, you're looking at an extra 12150 bonus damage. Of course those are just averages, and there are chances that you'll get a crit or a string of Seal of Command procs, and may be able to do a fair bit more. But on average, the damage you can do with Seal of Righteousnes and Judgment of Righteousness, assuming you're using Judgment of the Crusader first, will be much higher than what you can do with Seal of Command.
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