A comprehensive guide on Warrior’s gameplay, current info, and theory. Learn how to Fell Cleave, how to be an angry wannabe healer, and everything you could possible want to know about the Warrior job in Final Fantasy XIV.
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If you don’t
It’s preferable to pull with
You can leave Nascent Flash out, or use it later to cover fight damage.
Does Gauge give Crit anymore?
Nope. This doesn’t mean that you should use Fell Cleave whenever you have 50g.
Your aim is to ALWAYS have at least 20g for Upheaval, or +70g for FC+Upheaval.
REEEE WHY NOT FELL CLEAVE WHENEVER?! IT IS DAMAGE!!
Yeah that FC isn’t escaping your gauge unless you can’t use it due to FIGHT ENDING.
Try to hit those FCs inside party buffs and before the fight ends.
Crit > Comfy SkS > Det > Ten
Some fights require extra skill speed to hit that last skill before a mechanic. One example would be E3s where you can hit Path (80 gauge) right before the first downtime.
Warriors want to divide the Inner Release’s cooldown (90s) as evenly as possible.
90 / 2.38 = 37.82
90 / 2.37 = 37.97
That makes 38 GCDs between each Inner Release cast. This way, Inner Release comes up right after we finish our 38th GCD and we can re-enter the Fell Cleave spam phase.
Going above or below from 2.38 GCD changes the timings so that we either wait for Inner Release to be back up or we delay it because we’re still in the middle of our GCD.
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