SWTOR Sith Juggernaut Build and Spec Guide – PVP/PVE

On this page you will find suggested builds and rotations for Vengeance and Rage Juggernaut. If you want to contribute any build, suggest it in the comments below

Vengeance Juggernaut

Rotation Priority List

  • Saber Throw

Force Charge
Sundering Assault
Shatter
Impale
Enrage
Sundering Assault
Force Scream
Shatter

Recommended PvP/PvE Builds(4,32,5), (5,31,5)
There is little difference between the two mentioned builds, except for a few points here and there. Do not that the Vengeance Juggernaut is a more DPS oriented character as compared to its tanky Immortal counterpart. Shatter is definitely your highest hitting ability, but don’t overuse it.

In fact, it is essential to follow the proper rotation to maximize the damage. Remember, you are a DPS, your role is to do as much damage as possible without taking too much of it yourself. You can try and switch around points from Pool Hatred or Deadly Reprisal to some of the more important and unattended skills.

Deadly Reprisal has its benefit of giving extra Rage, which is never bad, and Pool Hatred can really increase your damage when under CC.

Rage Juggernaut

Rotation Priority List

  • Saber Throw

Force Leap
Sundering Assaul
Force Crush/Choke
Obliterate
Smash
Scream
Retaliation
Ravage
Enrage
Assault

Recommended PvE/PvP Build(5,5,31)
It’s actually best to build a hybrid Rage/Vengeance or Simply Vengeance Juggernaut for optimum performance. The Vengeance tree is too good for DPS variants to be ignored.

When it comes to PvP, this is definitely the best build as a Juggernaut DPS. For PvE games, you might want to consider the Vengeance specialization instead. Remember to try for the ideal situation, which is explained below:

Firstly you want to select your target, use Enrage for extra damage boost, then Force Crush, then you use Ravage if required. You can also use Force Grip if the enemy tries to run away.

Force push will allow you to startle the enemy, after which you can Charge to the opponent and Stun them, closing the gap point yourself and him/her. After that, simply use Smash and ultimately Force Scream.

This rotation described above will allow you to absolutely annihilate or at least cripple an enemy, provided you land it successfully. Of course, it’s easier said than done, but that is what will differentiate between a normal player and a brilliant one.

Don’t forget to share your own Skill Builds and Rotation Recommendations in the comments below!

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