Most of the player usually have wrong impressions on Priest of Mitra (Pom), e.g. Pom is heal bot, Pom only smites, Pom must be Vengeance/General spec, Pom is easy and straight forward to play, Pom cannot dps. And it is absolutely wrong to think that. Priest of Mitra is the most complicated healer class to master and understand even compared with Bear Shaman’s micro management. The massive and criss-cross relationships/functions between feats/utilities of Pom is way more than you can think of. In healing/supporting aspects, having one divinity Pom in group is just like having two healers in your group. If you ask me which healer class is the best healer, I can tell you it is Pom for sure. However the OPness of Pom is not build up by its heal only but also its ability to protect, which combat parser never show you. And it is the reason why I use “support” to describe Pom rather than “heal” only.
In this post I am gonna share my Priest of Mitra knowledge and builds to you guys. All the builds I share is aimed for the max support/dps .
I always have this EPIC concept in my mind, can’t believe I finally have the mood to get it done. I think I had tried my best with only a game client to capture all these things. Moreover, I was having a hard time for the armor selection part to pick up armors that have better textures and feelings. E.g. Demo PVE/PVP T3 has really bad texture so I was forced to use PVP T1. Continue reading →
Spellweaving is a special ability to boost casters damage and give them special abilities such as extra cc, aoe. Once caster go into spellweaving state, the caster will be rooted, lose energy over time and get a x1 stack spellweaving buff which increase their spells’ critical chance, critical damage, splash radius and splash damage. The longer time in spellweaving the higher stack bonus you can get, max is x6 stack. However, spellweaving also gives you detrimental effects like mana drain, reduced resistance when you stay too long in it. Continue reading →