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As you already pointed out in your question on the official guild wars 2 wiki the answer is: "Yes, they do stack". The important quote about this is.


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I found out the hard way that two stat-stacking sigils don't stack and the same vein sigils on your regular weapons do not work underwater or.


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i got two major force sigils one in my axe, one in my dagger, does this doesn'​t allow for sigil effect stacking from sigils of the same type).


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Hi. There are still some things that confuse me about Sigil stacking. I did some research i read few things and now I am even more confused. So my question is.


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As you already pointed out in your question on the official guild wars 2 wiki the answer is: "Yes, they do stack". The important quote about this is.


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8 Recipe: Superior Sigil of Impact Guild Wars 2 - Rune and Sigil Update 2. 4 Apr (Only one attribute-stacking sigil can be active at a time. It has a very small learning curve and can easily be picked up, however, do a little.


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I found out the hard way that two stat-stacking sigils don't stack and the same vein sigils on your regular weapons do not work underwater or.


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So keep the sigils, you'll need them to make up for the damage nerfs that are Only battle is comparable to the stacking sigils (as they do very.


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I've tried Bloodlust, I've tried what I use now, and I find my choices have led to superior results. I think you missed his dice and pen comment. It comes up very short. So keep the sigils, you'll need them to make up for the damage nerfs that are coming. This right here is Schrodinger's wizard. These sigils compete with sigils of energy, hydromancy, cleansing, battle, absorption, draining, and any number of others that provide great benefits. There are far too many variables in WvW for such definitive statements. Or just get the stacks when you swap to cleave like you say you do anyway But bloodlust on staff would outperform your hydromancy while you're camping your hammer, which you admittedly do most the time. This isn't about just raw damage numbers, it is about using the tool that will perform the best under most circumstances, and for me, Bloodlust doesn't pass muster. If you spec into a single condi for damage Burn guard for example. Why the latter? Schrodinger's Wizard is OP, but in practice they are limited but what the memorized for the day. Chicken or the Egg? I use that as an example, but in reality, losing the stacks from being insta-downed and map swapping are the real culprits. Hence the strong on paper versus practice statement. Great filler though if you can't find something more useful. It's essentially expertise that only works for 1 condi and takes 2 slots. As a commander I know which of those two playstyles I would want in my squad. Must have are a question of definition. So I can run 4 swapping sigils that I can proc on CD instead of 2 or 4 I can only proc every 20 sec, or some combination of the 2. There are other sigils that provide better benefits to a build than raw stats. I will list why I think so below. If you want it removed, again your argument is flawed since you're describing all the weaknesses that sigil has that balance out the benefits it brings. Warrior benefits no more from them than anyone else. Additionally, in order to gain bloodlust stacks I would have to swap to my staff for that purpose alone, and not because I need to swap to staff for what staff does best. This is only one example of why stacking sigils are not necessarily the best in slot. Fighter however always has the means to do its job. But this is another example of where stacking sigils are not the best choice. Outside of combat, there's very few things the wizard can't do, the fighter is essentially still just an extremely good athlete. One of these mastery feats lets you fly some number of times per day. You will definitely out perform me on a Golem in the special forces training area, but seeing as that isn't where I play WvW, I question the accurateness of your assertion. Reaper with BB when it was a thing generally ran a bloodlust sigil, in addition to 2 strength sigils. At no point would I swap to Staff for any other reason, and in those circumstances, Hydromancy will out perform Bloodlust every single time. The wizard's utility outside of combat is too big to really describe here. But my build only gets to 4k power with that thing Lel. That's in addition to smoldering not affecting cover condis anyway.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} I pretty much haven't used them since build templates were introduced, having cleansing or an energy sigil is just a better option if you're swapping between specs regularly. The strong in practice is relative to the rest of the build which is what has been raised. Well smoldering is a weak sigil actually that for a wide variety of reasons poorly compare to corruption. That doesn't mean others won't find better results with Bloodlust over what I've chosen, and I'm fine with that. I used to use Bloodlust on my Hammer with Sigil of Force on my Rev, but as Burn DH became more and more common on the field, I swapped it out instead for Sigil of Generosity, and I saw a huge boost to my survivability. This is the last I am entertaining the pathfinder analogy. Meaning that I can have might on one bar on warrior and manage to trigger it every 10 sec, instead of needing it on 2 bars to proc it on CD. Then you're most likely making a suboptimal decision, I couldn't live with myself doing that. Yes and warrior is basically the only exception to the stacking sigil situation because weapon swap sigils are extremely strong when you have 5 sec swap CD. Nah dmg will still be fairly high next patch. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}A massive balance patch seems like the perfect time to remove them. You need to decide on your goal here. According to whom? In none of those circumstances is a little more damage going to show results. Lan Deathrider. Presence will win, because it is consistent with no variables. I don't. Sigil of Battle will do different things depending on the class using it. There's nothing special about 1k increments. The stacking Sigils are best at meeting breakpoints when you otherwise would not like crit chance or hitting a 1k increment of a stat. Not like it's hard, just annoying, which is why I want it removed, because it's almost always ideal, but always a pain. Not even the same game, but traditionally in dnd style games, Wizards are way more op once you teach higher levels than a fighter could ever be, but this is hardly the place for such a discussion. I even mention it in a previous post. Keep them. You see just one sigil, I see someone that probably makes many poor choices for their "optimal" build. Even when you swap to staff for cleaving it's arguable that bloodlust would give more damage. They're optimal for most builds. First few levels Fighter is tanky and hits hard Wizard is squishy, does low dmg and has a few very weak spell slots. If you get downed just stack it up again. Nominally the y can do everything, but in reality only what they took for the day Fighter can fly now btw without a wizard's help, and get bane on demand. This would essentially remove them. Granted these are scored at level At level 11 when the fighter gets another iterative he becomes top DPR. The only roles that the stacking sigils of absolutely a must have are 1shot meme builds and we're about to see those get nerfed hard. There is another Advanced Weapon Training called Item Mastery which allows you to pick up one of the Item Mastery feats with only meeting part of the prereqs. I like doing math on things because it's not subject to opinions or preferences. Having strictly better options generally aren't good for diversity, for most builds there's essentially only 3 sigil slots because of the stacking one. Then have a condi on crit sigil and a sigil of smoldering on each set is best since the cover condi's keep the burn ticking and the smoldering keeps them ticking for longer. This is assuming 2 might sigils, or using them on a warrior with shorter swap cd , with only 1 sigil and full cd it doesn't even get halfway there. Only battle is comparable to the stacking sigils as they do very similar things. Particularly in Pathfinder. However realistically you're not weapon swapping instantly everytime it's off cooldown, especially on some builds. In the 3 DPS scenarios I listed, the extra power will have less of an impact than the AoE blast of chill and damage. Presence over Potential? How will I know if an enemy is easy to kill because they sacrifice utility for raw numbers though? I think removing these would give some more variety with regards to sigils and remove a minor annoyance. The mistake you are making is you are clinging to the napkin math that shows Bloodlust is superior over all, but WvW isn't played on a napkin. Yet swapping out force and moving bloodlust to your staff would usually have been the correct move, even just replacing force and keeping bloodlust frontbar would be better in the vast majority of situations. Condition damage is generally a stronger stat, due to clears. Stacking sigils are very strong both on paper as they give a high dmg boost or other kinda boost less commonly as well as in practice because their opportunity cost is so low, given that you can slot them on the less commonly used weapon. Comparing a wizard to fighter in a traditional dnd style ruleset will basically always come down to. They are the only class that has that tho, my warrior builds are essentially the only ones where I don't run stacking sigils usually. You say that removing them would increase 'variety', but by removing 1 option you are doing the exact opposite. Downed players are downed, but hitting 5 or more, is it even target capped? Critical Kit, Deadeye. If you're trying to convince me to use it, you aren't succeeding, because you're telling me what a PITA it is. Must have is a question of definition. You're swapping to staff because you are worrying about getting your bloodlust stacks up, while I'm camping my hammer to spike more players into downed state. One of which lets you place a weapon enhancement equal to your Weapon Training bonus onto your weapon, part of which can be a magic enchantment, of which Bane is eligible. Making that switch was an overall DPS gain vs. But I won't come out and tell other people they are making an inferior choice based on what I perceive to be the truth. There's no breakpoints for anything but expertise and precision.