In this post we have a decent PVP build for the Sith Inquisitor Assassin for the 1.6 build. The video below will tell you how to allocate the points and then we will give you some rotations and information on how to use the build.
SWTOR Sith Inquisitor Assassin PVP Build For 1.6
PVP Stat Priority: Expertise > Willpower >= Critical Rating (until 30%) = Surge Rating (until 75%) > Power/Tech Power > Accuracy (until 105%)
Charge: Dark Charge
This build allows you to be a fantastic 1v1 duelist, providing excellent survivability and formidable damage output. Typically, you will want to focus on singling out high-priority targets such as healers or high damage squishy targets by using your stealth and/or force pull to break them from their team. However, you can effectively deal surprising AoE damage and stay alive through multiple targets harassing you.
Basic Rotation: Wither > Discharge > Force Lightning (with 3 stacks of Harnessed Darkness) > Assassinate > Shock (with Energize)
Naturally, in a PVP environment a perfect rotation is nearly unheard of unless your target is comatose or AFK, but that’s what you should aim for.
With this build, you are incredibly difficult to get away from, so use this to your advantage if your opponent tries to escape or get to teammates. Your Force Pull can easily pull someone back to you, or position a target better so that you can focus them away from their teammates. Take advantage of the fact that you can use Spike without stealth as often as possible.
Multiple Target/AOE Rotation: Wither > Discharge > Lacerate > Overload
Deflection - standard defensive ability, reduces damage you take from melee and ranged abilities. Great for getting the upper hand in a 1v1.
Force Cloak - instantly puts you into stealth mode. Great for escaping a fight if you find yourself losing or outnumbered. Combine with Resilience to ensure it isn’t broken by DoTs.
Overcharge Saber - increases the healing generated by Combat Technique by 100%, which can add up quickly.
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