Despite being largely a support mastery, I understand that Inquisitor shouldn’t necessarily be able to solve every gap in other masteries, which would be the major counterpoint to this idea. Regardless, my main arguments in favour would be:
-Purifier in my personal experience have major energy problems because of many toggles and inadequate sources of flat regen, leading to very, very low net flat regen left over to multiply. Even with the desperation of scythe, lotus, 2x ectoplasm, spirit investment, I have had bad regen because of the lack of flat regen. Fire strike with arcane spark is like the one cushy exception. Edit: I have just realised much of this point works under the assumption that energy costs are deducted from flat before % adjustments, which may not be the case. Easy to test anyway, but am at work. Could somebody weigh in? Regardless, the flat is still the issue because piling on % modifiers had very poor returns in my fiddling around.
-Mage hunter already has infinite energy and you are probably putting points into conversion for CC resists instead, so vigor is only really attractive for the flat hp anyway. Ergo my reasoning is that buffing it in such a way will not destabilise mage hunter.
-as it stands, flat hp and two of the less important cc resists almost never warrant heavy investment from me unless I am swimming in points, and even then it’s yuck.
-FoI is too costly and despite suggestions has not really been addressed (better wd for slightly better arcane spark is not enough). This would indirectly aid that as well.
Yea or nay?