Spellbreaker - Healbreaker
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Designed for: PvP Conquest
A support Spellbreaker build for PvP focusing on AoE healing, cleansing and CC.
Viable choices for the optional slot:
- - low CD shout with 2 charges, instantly heals and cleanses allies through trait and rune synergy. Also counters Stealth and could help setup kills for the team with the Vulnerability stacking.
- - massive barrier application and useful boons, plus a Light combo field which you can blast with Hammer and Warhorn skills for AoE condition cleansing.
- - a stun break and excellent panic button against Power-based damage, but this offers no value to the team (other than keeping you alive, of course).
- makes you more tanky, but losing the Immobilize proc on CC skills makes it harder to peel for allies, kite with or set up kills for the team.
- offers more CC and higher healing (due to the Might synergy with various Tactics traits) at the cost of losing some defense against conditions.
- Always follow the teamfights, avoid getting locked into 1v1s.
- is a 1200 range reveal. When you're not using it for healing or setting up a kill, prevent enemies with stealth access from safely disengaging.
- Maintain permanent Swiftness on your team with , both in and out of combat.
- Consider using it as a condition removal tool before using other cleanses to increase the chance of removing damaging conditions with other skills.
- The bonus damage aspect of it can also be powerful when used at the right time, for example when an ally is in .
- Both Warhorn skills are blast finishers. While the build itself doesn't have any combo fields, these are still useful for stacking Stealth or auras just to mention a few.
- The primary role of and in this build is healing and cleansing via and . Their actual baseline functionality is secondary in most cases, although they can help your team burst down targets when needed.
- is your strongest allied cleanse tool but also the one you should hold onto the most, and maybe even be a bit more selfish with. This is your only stun break in the build so consider that before using it to bail out allies.
- is a fairly unique skill. The AoE endurance regen is great for saving allies under a lot of pressure, but most of the time you'll probably end up using this skill for your own sake.
- is one of the strongest skills in the entire build. The barrier it provides is almost as big as the healing from two shouts (and of course barrier can be used to protect Necromancers in shroud while they wouldn't beenfit from healing there). Barrier is also something that can be used proactively to shield allies from incoming damage while healing is reactive.
- The cleansing also deserves a shoutout. When used after these two Warhorn skills could AoE cleanse 6 conditions from you and your allies!
- is a ranged rez/stomp that could turn the tide of battle in seconds. Just remember not to waste it - if you feel like you can get the rez or the kill without the banner, then try and go for it. View the banner as more of a last resort option, keep it for the right time.
- The banner stays active for 60 seconds and pulses boons to allies in the area. Picking it up reduces the CD of this skill by 60 seconds - there is no reason not to pick it up, and you have a minute to do it.
- It's worth pointing out that the banner revives allies by restoring downed health. This counts as healing and is affected by healing reduction effects such as Poison. If an ally barely has any downed health left, they may not rally from just the banner alone.
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