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Beginner Condition Harbinger

Published Oct 15, 2022 Updated Dec 30, 2022 End of Dragons

Condition Harbinger is a strong Condition Damage DPS class with a relatively simple rotation.

Its unique mechanics are Elixirs, and Blight, which is generated through your Elixirs and .

This build has naturally high amounts of self provided boons and can also upkeep 25 Vulnerability after a ramp up through .

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Primary Weapon Set

Viper'sMain Hand

Viper'sOff Hand

Secondary Weapon Set

Viper'sMain Hand

Viper'sOff Hand

Other Items




Jade Bot Core

Step 1

Here we introduce and the basic loop. First you want to start with .

It is a good damaging ability with a lot of life force generation. After using , you want to go into .

A significant portion of your damage is done here. You want to cast x3 and fill the gaps in between with autos before .

Once you leave, auto and use off cooldown until you can enter .

Step 2

Now that you have the basic loop, we will introduce some lifeforce generation in order to upkeep this loop for longer. This is done by and casting .

There are 2 times you will be doing this -

  1. After you have cast x2, you -> -> auto until off cooldown ->
  2. After you , if you are on scepter, -> -> Pisol Loop

This is your core loop.

Step 3

The next steps are much easier now since your core loop is sorted.

Before every , cast . The conditions you apply on yourself will be transfered over by for big damage.

Step 4

This step simply adds whenever you press .

is not the highest damage ability however, with , and , you shouldn't need to auto attack on scepter while waiting for .

This will result in a much smoother rotation.

Step 5

The next step is not much of a dps up but is very important to learning more complex rotations on Condition Harbinger.

Between your 2x on pistol, you want to cast , and .

The damage of the elixirs is low but they provide you with Blight, which increases the damage of all your conditions from .

Blight will also be consumed to buff and , which is important to the more advanced Harbinger rotation.

You should try to use , and when entering a boss phase to start with full blight or before casting to make sure all of it gets the most out of your Blight.

Step 6

The last step is simple - use off cooldown.

is crazy. It pulses nine times, and each pulse of it, inflicts a new condition as well as every condition that was previously ticked.

As the first procs Bleeding, second and third , you end up stacking a lot of damaging conditions, as every tick afterwards also procs them.

To learn more, visit the Condition Harbinger page.

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