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1-06-2012 @ 7:16PM
Excellent post. After having played one of the more complicated specs in the game (enhancement on WoTLK) and doing quite well at it, I realized that I play games to relax and have fun, not to be a headache. That being said I love doing homework for my class I.e. making my own spreadsheets simming gear andWhatnot but I don't want my spec to be a pain in the butthole to play. I did decide to play the Jedi Sentinel in swtor...boy did I make a wrong decision. Most complicated gameplay...EVER
1-06-2012 @ 10:05PM
I have a Sentinel as well, and it isn't all that bad to be honest. I went Watchman which is the more complex of the rotations and it isn't too too terrible. It's a bit wonky until you hit 40 and get whatever Strike that is at the top of the tree, but you just sub in Bladestorm for it until then. Leap > Overload Sabers > Zealous Strike > Cauterize > Bladestorm From there you just use Strike to build Focus and mash things as they come off cooldown, using Slash to dump Focus if you ever have any to spare. Leap and OS have the same cooldown and Leap generates 3 Focus (4 with talents) and OS uses 3 so they match perfectly. Combat doesn't seem too bad either, just weaving Precision Strike then Blade Rush then Bladestorm, but I've not played it. I certainly love Sentinels far more than Gunsligers. I rather build my resources instead of having to sit there and babysit an energy bar because I destroy my regen if I dip too low.
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