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    So I dusted off my Cleric after reading up on the new spells and changes to the Cleric list. I am interested to hear people's strategies and experiences using 320 while hunting. I've read up on it and it seems to reward not casting the same spell twice within a 5 spell rotation, which is interesting. So far I've tried leading off with 320, using 302 as an opener, followed by 306, 309, then 317 as a finisher. That rotation seems a bit mana intensive at the moment even with 139 mana. I end up spending about 24-29 mana per kill that way. What are some of the ways you all have found to be effective?

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    ideally i'd think you want to go with more mana intensive first.. maybe a 309 317 then finish with 302.... even with 320ish mana i use 317 when i'm pretty much done hunting, and just want a few more kills... but to get the most cash back rewards so to speak... use higher level spells right after the 320

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    Other way around isn't it? You get a bigger mana savings after multiple casts so you'd want to start small as OP is doing.

    With 139 mana you're probably too low level to really be able to work the bigger spells into a rotation. Maybe just 309 for TD pushdown then 302 until dead?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Taernath View Post
    Other way around isn't it? You get a bigger mana savings after multiple casts so you'd want to start small as OP is doing.

    With 139 mana you're probably too low level to really be able to work the bigger spells into a rotation. Maybe just 309 for TD pushdown then 302 until dead?
    That's how I read it on the wiki. For now 309, 306, 302 will usually kill like leveled enemies without having mana issues.

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    My cleric is 2x SA and 1x religion lore but I found these combos worked really nicely;

    Living target: 320, 309, (mixed in 317 or channeled 312 fully charged), 306 evoked, finish with 302

    Undead: 320, 301, 309, wait a cycle or two, 306, finish with 302 if needed.

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