Vladamyr, on 06 September 2012 - 03:46 PM, said:
Thanks for this. I will make some updates to the AoE section based on your post. But I'd like to ask, how come Templar's Verdict deals less damage than Divine Storm, for you, against 2 targets? Did you check this aspect thoroughly? (I assume you did, but it just seems odd) Is it because Divine Storm's damage is Holy damage, meaning it benefits from Inquisition, whereas Templar's Verdict is just normal damage?
The Holy damage vs normal damage probably explains why Crusader Strike stops being better than Hammer of the Righteous at 4 targets instead of 5, too.
I'd be curious to know what you think.
rooster, on 07 September 2012 - 03:54 PM, said:
is it really possible to use five holy power with templars verdict?
Templar's Verdict will only use 3 of those 5 charges of Holy Power. "Templar's Verdict with 5 Holy Power" simply means using Templar's Verdict when you have 5 Holy Power, since using any Holy Power-generating moves at that point will cause additional Holy Power to be wasted (since 5 is the maximum amount).