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    tzs
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    Default Justicar bug: fails to gain conviction if two spells hit near the same time

    Take a Justicar/Inquisitor, with "Cavalier" in effect so abilities that cause Life damage should add a conviction.

    The Inquisitor spell "Bolt of Judgment" does life damage, and adds a conviction just as one would expect.

    Same goes for the Justicar spell "Bolt of Radiance".

    BoR is instant cast, whereas BoJ has a 2 second cast time. This allows you to cast BoJ and when it goes off, the global cool down is over so you can cast BoR right away, resulting in the two spells hitting the target at nearly the same time.

    When this happens, you only get one conviction, not the two that you should get.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tzs View Post
    Take a Justicar/Inquisitor, with "Cavalier" in effect so abilities that cause Life damage should add a conviction.

    The Inquisitor spell "Bolt of Judgment" does life damage, and adds a conviction just as one would expect.

    Same goes for the Justicar spell "Bolt of Radiance".

    BoR is instant cast, whereas BoJ has a 2 second cast time. This allows you to cast BoJ and when it goes off, the global cool down is over so you can cast BoR right away, resulting in the two spells hitting the target at nearly the same time.

    When this happens, you only get one conviction, not the two that you should get.
    there's an ICD on cavalier proc's...as in you can only get one conviction every 1.5 secs...

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