Eloanne

Rushing Jade Wind

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Hi,

I have a question regarding Rushing Jade Wind uses : if i fight a boss with adds where RJW is usefull, should i use it even when the adds are dead and the boss alone?

If i read the tooltip correctly, it does more damage than blackout Kick for the same chi cost, so should it be used even with only one target? (That is if we took the talent because of aoe phases, otherwise hit combo is better).

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On 26.8.2016 at 4:50 PM, Eloanne said:

Hi,

I have a question regarding Rushing Jade Wind uses : if i fight a boss with adds where RJW is usefull, should i use it even when the adds are dead and the boss alone?

If i read the tooltip correctly, it does more damage than blackout Kick for the same chi cost, so should it be used even with only one target? (That is if we took the talent because of aoe phases, otherwise hit combo is better).

Your BoK will deal 385% of your AP in 1 hit. Your RJW does 621% of your AP over 6 seconds, which means 103.5% per second.

For ST, I'd generally use BoK over RJW unless you can hit multiple targets.

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