So, this build is designed to have really good torment uptime, (rotation dependant. If you get stuck on staff/ glint your torment drops off hard.) but it's also designed to output a solid stream of green numbers. It applies torment on crit, and has that magic 60% crit number to stack with buffs and boons to get close to 100 when raid buffed. (admittedly not having the 'boons affect 10 guys' trait makes this a fractal build and not a raid build.)
Im hoping it's fun. And honestly, I'm hoping that some epic revenant in full legendary wouldn't mind clicking it in and trying out some fractals. Like I totally dig this... But, also am afraid I'll gear it all up, and it'll suck. So, it would be hella cool to hear from someone whose played it.
On rotation -
Glint/Mace-shield, use mace skills to keep up DPS while activating facets, burn out energy because you want that Boon application for healing. If energy gets too low to use your shield heal, pop the elite facet to save energy without loosing protection uptime. If the party is in trouble, break out staff and hit 2/4.
Staff/Mallyx, use staff auto, and spam 2. because we want to spam heals without cleansing ourself. Do not use staff 4 unless you are saving a party member. Activate the elite skill, then use the AoE resistance skill repeatedly to apply boons from Mallyx to keep up the 'heal on Boon application' trait. This applies huge amounts of LONG Torment to yourself, which can be transferred to the enemy with f2 in Mallyx. Think a little here, do you need to use your staff 4 to blow off cover conditions before the transfer? Do either that, or send then cleanse.
But in general, you want to swap weapons and ledgends at the same time to keep your capabilities from running thin in one area.
I hope it still does enough dps to help kill things, while also providing enough boons to lubricate content, and while providing enough healing that it makes a failing group into an instant carry.
If anyone is interested in testing, or helping to develop it, that would be awesome, and much appreciated.