I highly advise you to get a Schnellnachladen
, especially when doing keys with Reaping. Rapid Reload reduces the cooldowns of Aspekt der Wildnis
, Aspekt des Geparden
and Aspekt der Schildkröte
per target hit (triggers with 3 or more targets). This provides a ton of added damage and utility. The big thing here is that it effects Aspekt der Wildnis
. When paired with Urinstinkte
, this becomes a major cooldown for us. Depending on how big your group pulls, you can reduce the cooldown of Aspect of the Wild a ridiculous amount. With Reaping, there are so many mobs that you can even overlap casts of Aspect of the Wild (although this is not recommended as it does not stack nor pandemics).
This also means that you want to alter your rotation if you have this trait and 3 or more targets are alive. For 1-2 targets, you will not benefit from cooldown reduction since the trait requires at least 3 targets. Between 3-4 targets, you typically want to perform your normal rotation as the cooldown reduction isn't worth forgoing Tötungsbefehl
s. The more targets that are alive, the more liberal you want to be with your casts of Mehrfachschuss
. Here is a basic priority to follow:AoE Priority with Rapid Reload
- Maintain 3 stacks of Raserei.
- Cast Mehrfachschuss to maintain Raubtierhiebe.
- Use Aspekt der Wildnis.
- Use Zorn des Wildtiers.
- Use Stachelpfeil if you are about to cap on charges.
- Spam Mehrfachschuss if 4 or more targets are active.
- Cast Schimärenschuss to generate Focus.
- Use Tötungsbefehl if 3 or less targets are alive.
Another thing to think about is the timings of pulls. Ideally, you want to have your Aspekt der Wildnis
available for larger pulls so be smart about how much you need to spam Mehrfachschuss
. It should go without saying that once you get your Aspect of the Wild off cooldown or within a reasonable cooldown, you no longer need to spam Mehrfachschuss
. You are not spamming Multi-Shot for the damage. You are just concerned with the cooldown reduction and about optimizing your Aspect of the Wild as much as possible.Remember: