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Raid Prestige AA lines

Discussion in 'Necromancer' started by Scrappz, Dec 29, 2016.

  1. Scrappz

    Scrappz Member

    With the way the cb/pot conversions got changed with this expac.. Which side of the Prestige tree are most raid necros going down? Rot Flesh is a nice debuff/Dot but Graverot is also a nice Dot.

    Any input would be appreciated :)
  2. Phoogle

    Phoogle New Member

    I typically run a duel spec to get both conversion bonuses, with rot flesh as my primary. I toyed with both last xpac without seeing a ton of difference between the two. However I haven't played with a grave rot spec this xpac, and would be curious as well.

    I am by no means an expert only wish to be better than what I currently am.
  3. Sahrina

    Sahrina New Member

    I'm using a split right now. Feel free to check me out. Sahrina, Halls of Fate
  4. Spamilton

    Spamilton New Member

    I would still use dual conversion until you cap CB. Once CB is capped, move 3 points from the right tree into Rot Flesh buffs. I don't think it's worth it to get rid of the extra lifetap damage for that last rot flesh point.

    Even without reset rune/hammer, rot flesh spec does more dps in 5 minutes than graverot (single target). This was recently tested on a dummy. It's not until you have multiple encounters that graverot becomes useful. The damage just isn't high enough, even with the tree maxed.

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