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Power or Crit Assassin Inq?


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excentric
12.23.2011 , 02:06 AM | #11
I'm deception sin and at 20%~ CR. Replacing all the power mods in the modabble gear with CR mods.
Seems to work fine, but then again, without a parser it's impossible to know if it's good or bad

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Soull
12.23.2011 , 02:56 AM | #12
Quote: Originally Posted by Wickedkiller View Post
Please back this up with something other than yes do it! I'm also very curious. Either/or seems to make perfect sense.
straight from the sticky on top of the page:

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GEARING

As with all Inquisitors, Willpower is your primary stat, and you use both physical and Force abilities, so you would rather take the Power statistic rather than Force Power. You do not need Alacrity as none of your abilities of note have cast-times. Critical Strike Rating is your single most important statistic, as your critical hits with Maul, Discharge and Shock do significantly more than the base +50%. While Surge Rating is also nice, you flat-out crave critical strike more than anything else until diminishing returns kicks in hard, because you have no method of ensuring critical strikes to keep Exploitive Strikes up aside from Force Potency.

Surge Rating is still valuable as well, because the built-in diminishing returns on Surge do not account for your flat bonuses to critical from your specialized skills. You can easily sport another +20% critical strike damage from gear.

In PvP, Expertise Rating will be your single most important statistic. Accuracy Rating will also come into consideration; while you previously could only miss with your basic Saber Strike attack, every class has a minimum of 5% defense, and tanks can have much more. I would strongly consider getting at least 10% accuracy, to make sure that you do not miss with a vital Crowd Control or interrupt against enemy Jedi Sages and Sith Sorcerers, who have a base defense of 10%.
so yeah, willpower > crit > surge > power unless we're talking pvp. then put expertise on top of the list.

i stack crit as much as possible. whenever i get jumped in open pvp, or jump someone else, even if they're 2-3 lvl's above me, they die....fast.

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Dethevaal
12.23.2011 , 04:26 AM | #13
im deception and crit works all the way for me.
Only through power!

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DaDirty
02.11.2012 , 08:41 PM | #14
Hey everyone. I just recently hit 50 and started getting some columi/tionese gear. Im a madness assassin. Now based on the previous posts, it goes willpower>crit>surge. Can anyone tell me why the different sets of gear have different stats on them in terms of crit and power? are we supposed to be mixing and matching to get crit? or should i just buy the gear as is and try to mod them out? Sorry if i sound like a noob, just a little confused.

Can anyone also tell me the value of accuracy? The sets dont lean too high in the favor of accuracy so should i just get ear and implants to fill in for accuracy along with augment slots? Any help is greatly appreciated

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Kwonjah
02.12.2012 , 08:16 AM | #15
Between Surge,Crit, and power as deception

1. Surge
2. Power
3. Crit

I don't stack crit because I don't have problems critting. I have the critical and surge relic as well which when I use I have 88.09% Multiplier... 30.53% crit chance. That's when recklessness comes into play. My Volatic Slash always crits and all I need to really crit is shock. When I use recklesness I've never had a shock not crit. So being I crit so much I get surge to maximize my DPS. (I don't know what the surge cap is but if anyone knows let me know)

Overcharge Saber
Relic (surge and crit 220)
Expertise buff
Recklesness
Volatic Slash X2
Shock

60%-70% Health gone
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Jyowan
10.20.2012 , 04:26 PM | #16
Hi everyone!

Sorry for digging this thread out

I was wondering if Willpower was really superior to Power? Let me explain, of course it seems logical, 'cause Willpower is the primary stat, but here are my stats in the Bonus Damage section:


Bonus Damage: 451,3

_____Strengh: 130 (+26)
_____Willpower: 1792 (+358,4)
_____ Power: 291 (+66,9)

So, if you make the calculation, you find that:

1 Willpower point gives 0,200 Bonus Damage ( and Crtitical, do not forget that )
1 Power point gives 0,229 Bonus Damage

So I think that, first we have to boost Willpower & Crit to reach the Crit cap ( wich seems to be around 30% ), THEN we can focus everything ( Augment. objects, etc,,,, ) on Power.

What do you think about this?

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Zaxem
10.20.2012 , 04:40 PM | #17
Quote: Originally Posted by Jyowan View Post
Hi everyone!

Sorry for digging this thread out

I was wondering if Willpower was really superior to Power? Let me explain, of course it seems logical, 'cause Willpower is the primary stat, but here are my stats in the Bonus Damage section:


Bonus Damage: 451,3

_____Strengh: 130 (+26)
_____Willpower: 1792 (+358,4)
_____ Power: 291 (+66,9)

So, if you make the calculation, you find that:

1 Willpower point gives 0,200 Bonus Damage ( and Crtitical, do not forget that )
1 Power point gives 0,229 Bonus Damage

So I think that, first we have to boost Willpower & Crit to reach the Crit cap ( wich seems to be around 30% ), THEN we can focus everything ( Augment. objects, etc,,,, ) on Power.

What do you think about this?
Not 100% sure if it's same for inqus since i just now started playing mine again. on my warrior strength augs were better because you gained around 1.50% critt or so from the willpower in the augs and that gives you room to redo some crit mods to power
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Exiled-Phoenix
10.20.2012 , 04:42 PM | #18
Quote: Originally Posted by Wickedkiller View Post
Please back this up with something other than yes do it! I'm also very curious. Either/or seems to make perfect sense.
i dunno, maybe that little passive skill at the top of the tree that says "increases damage on critical hits of shock and discharge by xx%"

meaning your crits are your damage.
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