Note that returns to the single target rotation in Battle for Azeroth due to the Fury efficiency, guaranteed Critical Strikes and additional damage to your primary targets. You can also change Demon Blades to Prepared depend on personal preference. Demonic build can be an all around option, but you will lack on both sides but still be a bit better from the other's weak side Ty for the tip! Making sure to fill as many Global Cooldowns during the 8 seconds as possible with Fury spenders is crucial, and with the additional Haste, this can sometimes be a stretch to have enough available. Currently I am primarily running with this spec This is a pretty well rounded spec giving you decent single target damage as well as still having the crazy AoE that makes the class relevant in M+. Level Talent Reason 99 Fel Mastery - This increases the damage from your Fel Rush and also causes it to grant you Fury.
Fel Rush constantly moves you something like 15 or 20 yards, so using it to proc Momentum is going to make you waste a second or two just walking back to your target. Overview Havoc was probably the spec I anticipated playing the most, and not to give away the tone of my entire article, but it was worth it for the most part. Raddons ensures I have Eye Beam up on just about every pack of mobs in a dungeon. This is especially true for Demon Hunters, who earn talents all the way through level 110. In short, whatever the class lacks in depth of rotation, abilities, or cooldowns, it more than makes up for it with the joy of mobility. This the most effective choice for both leveling and the end-game, as its effectiveness scales perfectly with the number of targets.
Demonic - This grants you the effects from Metamorphosis for 5 seconds after you use Eye Beam. Also note that if you are using a trait, you should ideally be following the Demonic opener, regardless of whether or not you are currently using the talent build. And yes chaos cleave also hits chaos strike's main target, it also works on annihilation. Felblade will excel as a single target generator, in particular when paired with to inject another active generation tool, thereby filling the gap left by. Now you will get it regardless of the Global Cooldown, leading to Fury generation being more spaced out in time.
Bloodlet - Bloodlet causes your Throw Glaive to also add a DoT onto the targets. Changing talents is free, while reseting your artifact traits is super expensive, so it makes more sense to adapt your talents and playstyle if you mess up your artifact trait priority! Managing this is important if these have been selected, and knowing whether it is safe to use them based on encounter types is especially important. While questing you are usually killing enemies of the same type in sequence, so this has the very real potential for a 50% uptime - Momentum is equally solid but requires much more finesse to use. If encounters prevent the use of Momentum but still require flexible damage profiles this is a great choice. Not only that, but Vengeful Retreat adds a very strong mobility cooldown that works amazingly well with Fel Rush and Double Jump — provided you actually know how to use it coughLiz cough.
Notes on Build Synergy Something that may be new to players in Battle for Azeroth is the lack of very strict linear builds in the talent tree. Verdict: Vengeance is going to keep you alive through everything except burst damage, while sustained damage should be completely survivable. Results were fairly close in most tests, but I found 232x321 + 232x123 to both be very effective. It was where you had to destroy 3 Demonic Ballistae and The Trebuchet in the Objective Machines of War. Fury of the Illidari earned at lvl 100 with your Artifact Weapon 6.
We have tailored it to our previous talent recommendations, but if you've opted not to follow them and went instead with a more warglaive-focused build for grabbing multiple enemies at once, then you should start by picking Sharpened Glaives and Balanced Blades, then follow our sequence from the start. And if you were planning on tanking as Vengeance at max-level, then I say go for it. It has potential in single target sustain dps though. Fel Blade Lvl 102 into target 3. Fury of the Illidari earned at lvl 100 with your Artifact Weapon 5. That's the end of the second edition of our Havoc Demon Hunter guide, but there's much more to come in the weeks ahead. Despite those shortcomings, I still enjoyed the overall Demon Hunter experience and cannot wait to see what Blizzard does with them next.
Hmm I've been testing this build a lot with some demon hunters from our discord channel, a lot of peeps have been theorycrafting around it. Due to Demonic having different interactions with some spells, it warrants a different opener. On live it doesn't do as much dmg as the momentum build. Edit: I was a little busy a moment ago, but try something like this: Solo: You can change Fel Barrage for Chaos Blades or Demonic. This cannot occur if it is already on cooldown. This marks a shift from the strict talent picks from top to bottom, and adds some flexibility.
This is located just before you would have met Eirena the Enchantress for the first time in Campaign Mode. You can maneuver with in one of two different ways. Its a bit long winded and if anything you can either take it as good advice or bad advice on what not to do. The sheer acrobatics this class is capable of is quite staggering and the fun only grows when you include and for even more shenanigans. I see, well the build I believe that could outperform demonic is the felblade, demon's blades, chaos cleave, Nemesis, master of glaive, chaos blades, however I'm still surprised of the numbers you provided o. Its strength is that it has a reduced Global Cooldown timer, but if any of that time is then wasted by you being out of range of the boss and losing uptime will usually result in a net loss.
Build: 3311333 - Blind Fury, Demonic App, Chaos Cleave, Netherwalk, Nemesis, Demon Reborn, Demonic. This build is all about resource management, Both fury and soul fragments. It does provide a small amount of additional utility due to the healing effect, but is currently the weakest of the 3. Lastly, when using this can make the windows more volatile due to the lower control over your rotation. Fel Blade Lvl 102 into target 3.