The Condi Weaver is an unique build that can be played very effectively in Sunqua Peak, and will almost always outperform Power Weaver (if you find yourself in a slow group, this build can also be an attractive choice for ''slower'' encounters like Ensolyss and Arkk).
This build is naturally tanky due to its rotation, having easy access to skills that provide evasion frames with Earthen Vortex, barrier with Lava Skin, condition cleansing with Magnetic Wave and even Obsidian Flesh, a powerful skill that grants Invulnerability against most attacks. It can also bring some group utility in the form of projectile destruction with Swirling Winds.
The main downside of Condi Weaver apart from the complexity of its rotation is the lack of unique party buffs and overall boon generation, apart from some Might granted by placing fire fields and randomly blasting them.
Note that the build does not rely on precision as much as the Power Weaver variant and you can build your Agony Resistance around the 150 breakpoint. You should however aim for a fully +9 stated infusion gear setup for maximum Infinite Mist Omnipotion stat conversion value. The stats shown are with 162 Agony Resistance. This build requires 15x Malign +9 Agony Infusion and 3x Spiteful +9 Agony Infusion.
|Can easily cover a large amount of Might for your group at some personal DPS loss.|
|Provides a bit of tankiness in the form of extra vitality for minimal DPS loss.|
|An additional Might source from blasting fire fields. Overall provides less healing than Signet of Restoration.|
|A stronger alternative healing skill when you need to restore a large amount of health very quickly.|
|Another alternative healing skill affecting allies close to the target you strike.|
|A rather unreliable alternative to Glyph of Elemental Power due to the nature of the pet's AI. Use with caution.|
|A stun break with the addition of 3 blocks.|
|Another stun break that provides extra Protection and Stability.|
|A strong skill providing a lot of barrier and extra Stability.|
|Yet another stun break with the addition of evade frames.|
|A 900 units teleport for easy repositioning.|
|You can sacrifice some DPS for a powerful insta rez, can be very useful during "Dancing with Demons" runs.|
Golem rotations out of the raid builds are generally suboptimal in fractals due to Exposed and phases being much shorter compared to raids. The raid rotations are optimized for sustained DPS while in fractals a player needs the ability to adapt a rotation to the amount of time a group needs to finish a phase.
It is recommended to use separate precast builds to get additional buffs like Elemental Surge.
Precasting build template: