Cobra Lash Poison Assassin Build Guide (PoE Blight 3.8)

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Introduction

The Cobra Lash Poison Assassin specializes in dealing Chaos Damage over Time via the stacking of many Poisons on the enemies. The character achieves the infliction of strong Poisons by using The Wasp Nest The Wasp Nest as an endgame weapon. With this build you can choose between two main skills. Cobra Lash Cobra Lash makes for a great clearing skill. It can also be used for single target, especially against certain melee bosses.

Before the rework of the Assassin ascendancy class, it was very hard to have reliable Life sustain, since your damage is mostly back-ended and you cannot survive by leeching life. Now this problem is solved with the Assassin’s Noxious Strike.

Build Summary

The build requires a few very easily accessible unique items. The Wasp Nest The Wasp Nest is a unique Claw that is basically best in slot for the weapon. Dendrobate Dendrobate is a Body Armour that will increase your Poison damage potential by a great deal. Lycosidae Lycosidae is a bit more expensive; this Shield will solve all of your Accuracy Rating issues. Sin's Rebirth Sin's Rebirth is another expensive item that you should buy later on; you can always use a rare shield instead. Starkonja's Head Starkonja's Head is a great endgame option for the helmet slot. Besides these items, you should look for well rolled rare gear pieces.

Pros & Cons

Pros

+ Hardcore viable
+ Very versatile when it comes to map mods
+ Has the potential to kill all endgame bosses

Cons

- Damage over time builds might not be for everyone; the playstyle is a bit different from other builds

Playstyle

Offensively, with the Poison Assassin we aim to inflict as many Poisons as possible in small time windows. For most monster packs, you will have to attack few times and move on; foes will decay behind you from your damage over time. When built correctly, the build achieves Poisons with long durations. Cobra Lash Cobra Lash is an excellent skill that allows you to inflict Poisons from a distance by throwing your weapon. The Wither Wither debuff can be heavily stacked on tough bosses by using totems.

Defensively, the character depends on Noxious Strike for sustain when clearing. Acrobatics and a decent Life pool will be enough to deal with most hits, as long as you keep your distance and dodge lethal game mechanics. Noxious Strike will maim poisoned enemies, which can be considered defensive mechanic.

For playstyle, we are inflicting a great amount of poisons while keeping our distance, enemies will eventually die from the damage over time. Drop Wither Wither Totems on the ground and stack as many Poisons as possible on bosses. For mobility, you should mainly use Whirling Blades Whirling Blades to move around.

Ascendancy, Passive Tree , Bandits, and Pantheons

Ascendancy (Shadow – Assassin)

  1. Noxious Strike
  2. Toxic Delivery
  3. Mistwalker
  4. Opportunistic

Noxious Strike provides an immense amount of Poison damage for the build along with a great way to sustain your Life during combat.

Toxic Delivery allows you to scale your Critical Strikes very efficiently, along with providing you additional amount of extra damage.

Mistwalker allows you to make great use of the Elusive buff.

Opportunistic provides a solid amount of offensive power.

Passive Tree

With this passive skill tree we aim to achieve a big enough life pool and damage potential for all endgame encounters.

When it comes to passive skill tree pathing, you should keep in mind that while leveling you will not really depend on poisons in order to deal damage.

Bandits

For this specific build we should help Alira in Act II. The critical multiplier and 15% all elemental resistances are stronger than the 2 passive skill points.

Pantheons

Major: Soul of Solaris provides a lot of damage mitigation when fully upgraded. Other God powers can be used depending on personal preference.

Minor: Soul of Ryslatha improves the sustainability and Life Recovery of your Life Flask. It is a good idea to invest into your Life Flask since this is one of your main Life-sustaining mechanics when it comes to fighting bosses. Other God powers can be used depending on personal preference.

Gems

Cobra Lash Cobra Lash is your signature skill, which should ideally be used in a 6-Link.For mobility, use Whirling Blades Whirling Blades. Wither Wither should be used in a Totem setup in order to increase enemies’ chaos damage taken. Withering Step Withering Step is a great utility skill that has instant cast and proves to be very useful in most situations. Plague Bearer Plague Bearer allows you to store up Poison damage while attacking in order to then create a Chaos Damage over Time aura around you. Herald of Agony Herald of Agony provides additional Poison augmentations and improves single target damage via the Agony Crawler. Vaal Grace Vaal Grace can be used for additional defense. Blood Rage Blood Rage and War Banner War Banner can be used for additional damage output. Malevolence Malevolence is a very strong offensive aura that should be considered.

For all the gem links we provide below, keep in mind that we list the gems in order of priority, meaning that if you lack the required number of sockets to fit all the gems, the first ones to drop are the ones at the bottom. Also note that in-game, as long as the sockets are linked, it makes no difference at all what order the gems are placed in.

Cobra Lash (6-Link)

Cobra Lash Cobra Lash throws a chaining projectile and has in-built 50% conversion from Physical to Chaos damage. Cobra Lash can be used for both clearing and single target, here are the gem links we recommend.

For clearing, use the following link.

  1. Cobra Lash Cobra Lash
  2. Greater Multiple Projectiles Support Greater Multiple Projectiles Support
  3. Nightblade Support Nightblade Support
  4. Added Chaos Damage Support Added Chaos Damage Support
  5. Deadly Ailments Support Deadly Ailments Support
  6. Vile Toxins Support Vile Toxins Support

For single target, use the following link.

  1. Cobra Lash Cobra Lash
  2. Nightblade Support Nightblade Support
  3. Added Chaos Damage Support Added Chaos Damage Support
  4. Deadly Ailments Support Deadly Ailments Support
  5. Vile Toxins Support Vile Toxins Support
  6. Slower Projectiles Support Slower Projectiles Support

Plague Bearer (2-Link)

Plague Bearer Plague Bearer allows you to make use of the very long-lasting Poisons on tough enemies, the skill is useful while clearing too. You are essentially incubating a portion of the Poison damage dealt the the enemy, and then turn it into a degeneration aura around your character. This skill is unnafected by damage increases and multipliers.

  1. Plague Bearer Plague Bearer
  2. Increased Area of Effect Support Increased Area of Effect Support

Whirling Blades (4-Link)

Whirling Blades Whirling Blades is the mobility skill you will mainly depend on for movement. You will be also granted the Fortify buff with the following gem setup.

  1. Whirling Blades Whirling Blades
  2. Fortify Support Fortify Support
  3. Blood Magic Support Blood Magic Support
  4. Faster Attacks Support Faster Attacks Support

Wither (4-Link)

The Wither Wither debuff can be heavily stacked against tough single target encounters with the following link.

  1. Wither Wither
  2. Spell Totem Support Spell Totem Support
  3. Multiple Totems Support Multiple Totems Support
  4. Faster Casting Support Faster Casting Support

Herald of Agony (4-Link)

The Herald of Agony Herald of Agony‘s Agony Crawler can achieve extreme damage output. Although this build does not mainly depend on the minion, you can still use it in order to improve your single target damage even further.

  1. Herald of Agony Herald of Agony
  2. Minion Damage Support Minion Damage Support
  3. Damage on Full Life Support Damage on Full Life Support
  4. Vile Toxins Support Vile Toxins Support

Other Gems

Grace Grace should be active all the time for additional Evasion Rating. The Vaal version of the skill should be activated in sticky situations. Blood Rage Blood Rage will provide a decent amount of attack speed along with Frenzy charge on kill. War Banner War Banner can be added for additional damage via the Adrenaline buff.

Gearing

Capping your elemental resistances is essential and it should always be your top priority in any build; it should be the first thing you do when gearing up a character. Obtaining a 6-link, while very powerful and certainly recommended, can potentially be very expensive (requiring an average of 1500 Orbs of Fusing, obviously depending on your luck); as such, this should not really be a goal for you while gearing up, and you should instead settle for a 5-link until you have enough resources.

The Wasp Nest The Wasp Nest should be acquired as soon as possible; this Claw is best in slot for the build. Dendrobate Dendrobate is a cheap Body Armour that allows you to run your main skill on a 7-Link. Starkonja's Head Starkonja's Head and Lycosidae Lycosidae should be bought once you have the currency; besides that look for well rolled rare items.

Helmet

Starkonja's Head Starkonja's Head is pretty much best in slot for the build. A rare Helmet can be used but you will lose on Critical Strike Chance and Attack Speed. For labyrinth enchant, look for any enchant based on the skill you are using. The Rare affix priority is:

  1. +#% total Elemental Resistances (until capped)
  2. +# to maximum life (at least 80)
  3. % Increased Maximum Life (Pristine Fossil Pristine Fossil)
  4. Nearby enemies take #% Increased Chaos Damage (Aberrant Fossil Aberrant Fossil)

Body Armour

Dendrobate Dendrobate gives you the ability to inflict Poisons with longer Duration, which will also deal increased damage if you manage to reach the required attributes. You can also use Belly of the Beast Belly of the Beast, Cherrubim's Maleficence Cherrubim's Maleficence, or Loreweave Loreweave. The Rare affix priority is:

  1. +#% total Elemental Resistances (until capped)
  2. +# to maximum life (at least 80)
  3. % Increased Maximum Life (Pristine Fossil Pristine Fossil; Elder Prefix)
  4. Socketed Attacks have #% to Critical Strike Chance (Elder Suffix)

Gloves

Fenumus' Weave Fenumus' Weave is a great choice for the build. A well rolled rare pair can also be used. The Rare affix priority is:

  1. +#% total Elemental Resistances (until capped)
  2. +# to maximum life (at least 60)
  3. % Increased Attack Speed
  4. Adds # to # Chaos Damage to Attacks (crafted via crafting bench)
  5. # to Accuracy Rating (at least 250)

Boots

Bubonic Trail Bubonic Trail can be used for the additional utility they provide via the Abyssal sockets. Kaom's Roots Kaom's Roots should be used against tough endgame bosses in order to prevent getting Frozen and Stun locked. You do not need movement speed on boots since it does not affect Whirling Blades Whirling Blades in any way. A rare pair of boots are also a great choice for the build. For enchants, look for “% Increased Attack Speed if you’ve Killed Recently”. The Rare affix priority is:

  1. +#% total Elemental Resistances (until capped)
  2. +# to maximum life (at least 80)
  3. % Increased Maximum Life (Pristine Fossil Pristine Fossil)
  4. % Increased Skill Effect Duration (Elder Suffix)
  5. % Chance to Dodge Spell Hits (Elder Suffix)

Belt

Look for a rare belt, preferably Stygian Vise or Leather Belt. There is no particular unique belt that synergizes well with the build. The Rare affix priority is:

  1. +#% total Elemental Resistances (until capped)
  2. +# to maximum life (at least 80)
  3. % Increased Damage (crafted via crafting bench)
  4. % Increased Chaos Damage (Aberrant Fossil Aberrant Fossil)
  5. % Increased Damage with Ailments (Corroded Fossil Corroded Fossil)

Amulet

Maligaro's Cruelty Maligaro's Cruelty has good synergy with the build, but it is outclassed by a decently rolled rare amulet. The Rare affix priority is:

  1. +#% total Elemental Resistances (until capped)
  2. +# to maximum life (at least 50)
  3. Adds # to # Chaos Damage to Attacks (crafted via crafting bench)
  4. % Increased Chaos Damage (Aberrant Fossil; crafted via crafting bench)

Rings

Look for rare rings with crafted flat Chaos damage. The Rare affix priority is:

  1. +#% total Elemental Resistances (until capped)
  2. +# to maximum life (at least 50)
  3. Adds # to # Chaos Damage to Attacks (crafted via crafting bench)
  4. % increased Damage with Poison (Essence of Delirium Essence of Delirium)
  5. % increased Chaos Damage (Deafening Essence of Envy Deafening Essence of Envy)

Weapon

The The Wasp Nest The Wasp Nest unique Claw is best in slot for the build. It has great balance between attack speed, physical damage and critical chance, along with the additional Chaos damage against poisoned enemies.

Shield

Lycosidae Lycosidae can solve all of your Accuracy Rating problems. If you choose not to play with it, use a rare shield for additional defense. The Rare affix priority is:

  1. +#% total Elemental Resistances (until capped)
  2. +# to maximum life (at least 80)
  3. % Increased Maximum Life (Pristine Fossil Pristine Fossil)

Flasks

Using Divine Life Flask Divine Life Flask is mandatory for the build, ideally you would want to roll it half-instant with bleeding removal Suffix. Sin's Rebirth Sin's Rebirth goes a long way, but it can be pricey. Atziri's Promise Atziri's Promise will provide additional chaos damage and life leech. Diamond Flask Diamond Flask should be used in every Critical-based build. For the other slots, use utility flasks based on personal preference. We recommend Basalt Flask Basalt Flask and Stibnite Flask Stibnite Flask for the additional damage mitigation. Make sure you roll Curse and Freeze immunity on utility flasks in order to prevent deaths from Strongboxes and maps with curses in general.

Jewels

There are no build-enabling jewels for the build. Watcher's Eye Watcher's Eye with Malevolence Malevolence‘s “Damaging Ailments you Inflict Deal % Faster while you are affected by Malevolence” mod can be very powerful, but expensive.

Regular Jewel Affix Priority

  1. % Increased Maximum Life
  2. % increased Chaos Damage
  3. % increased Damage
  4. % increased Damage over Time

Abyssal Jewel Affix Priority

  1. Chance to gain Onslaught for 4 seconds on Kill (at least 4%)
  2. Maximum Life (at least 30)
  3. Any flat amount of chaos and physical damage added to your attacks
  4. % Increased Attack Speed

Leveling

As a reminder, we have several guides to help you level up a character.

Leveling Trees

This is what your early passive skill tree should look like. The Claw nodes are very point-efficient compared to other weapon passive nodes on the tree. Soon after you are done with this passive tree, you will be able to equip The Wasp Nest The Wasp Nest.

Useful Leveling Unique Items

As you begin a new character, there are few unique items that can boost your power exponentially. Tabula Rasa Tabula Rasa allows you to have a 6-Linked skill as early as you get the gems. Wanderlust Wanderlust gives a decent movement speed, which will make your leveling that much more efficient. Goldrim Goldrim provides a lot of elemental resistances, this will let you worry less about gearing when approaching certain Act encounters. Last Resort Last Resort, Al Dhih Al Dhih, Mortem Morsu Mortem Morsu and Ornament of the East Ornament of the East will easily fill your damage needs up until level 60.

If you are a new player (or if this is your first character for the league), then note that obtaining these items will be very difficult, if not impossible. They are rare drops, which you can otherwise only acquire if you have saved up currency, so do not focus on them too much, and instead simply look for items that match the affix priorities listed in the gearing section above.

Gem Progression

Using Tabula Rasa Tabula Rasa will allow you to have 6-Link gem setups early on, which is why we show such examples below. If you cannot get Tabula Rasa (or another item with a 6-Link), then simply prioritize the first gems in each link provided below.

In order to acquire gems that are not available to your class as a quest reward, simply ask a friend to buy them off vendors for you, or buy them yourself from Sioasa in The Library in Act III Library.

From level 1, you should use the following link.

  1. Frost Blades Frost Blades
  2. Onslaught Support Onslaught Support

At level 4, you should add Ancestral Protector Ancestral Protector for additional single target damage. You should also add Ancestral Call Support Ancestral Call Support to your Frost Blades Frost Blades link.

At level 10, you should add Whirling Blades Whirling Blades for additional mobility.

At level 16, you should socket in Herald of Agony Herald of Agony in order to level up the gem.

By level 18, your Frost Blades Frost Blades link should look like this.

  1. Frost Blades Frost Blades
  2. Onslaught Support Onslaught Support
  3. Ancestral Call Support Ancestral Call Support
  4. Melee Physical Damage Support Melee Physical Damage Support
  5. Maim Support Maim Support
  6. Added Cold Damage Support Added Cold Damage Support

At level 24, you should Grace Grace for additional defense.

Once you ascend into the normal labyrinth you should replace Frost Blades Frost Blades with your signature skill, Cobra Lash Cobra Lash.

  1. Cobra Lash Cobra Lash
  2. Greater Multiple Projectiles Support Greater Multiple Projectiles Support
  3. Nightblade Support Nightblade Support
  4. Added Chaos Damage Support Added Chaos Damage Support
  5. Deadly Ailments Support Deadly Ailments Support
  6. Vile Toxins Support Vile Toxins Support

FAQ

Are there map mods the build cannot do?

Cannot leech and no regeneration maps might be problematic, besides that the build can do anything else.

Why would I ever choose to play a poison build?

The poison mechanic is often underestimated. Yes, playing a damage over time build means you will clear slower than top-tier meta builds, but the endgame damage potential a poison build can achieve cannot be easily outclassed. Not to mention how cheap playing a build like this one can be, especially when you compare it to meta builds.

Conclusion

The Cobra Lash Poison Assassin specializes in applying deadly Poisons on your enemies, melting their Life pools away. With this build you get the most bank for your buck, while also having a great endgame potential.

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    The Passive Tree need to be fixed there

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    Very interesting approach, not only because it is way off the meta-routes. I coudn’t find another Assassin-Poison-Attack-Build anywhere, although that should be the most typical one for an Assassin.

    Anyhow, Im a returning player and my last used build was the “AssReacher”, using Tornado-Shot with Reach-of-the-Council Bow.

    —> Do you think I could run this build by just using Tornado-Shot with a Bow instead of Spectral-Throw with a claw? Sure I would need some Accuracy to make up for the shield and such… But basically, since I have this Legacy-RotC, might it be an option to apply all that poison by Bow instead?

    —> To me it seems that you prefer chaos dmg over crits. For example your prefered affix-listing on amulets does not feature crit-multi but flat-chaos and increased-chaos. Is increased-chaos-dmg (additive bonus) really better than lets say 60% crit-multi? So my question is, how heavily are you investing into crits compared to chaos-dmg in general?

    —> How would you rate the value of flat-chaos vs. flat-phys-dmg? The build has some ways to “convert/add” phys->chaos, but how strong does this play out in the end?

    Thanks for posting this jewel of a build, really appreciated!

    Jeannex

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    On 05/05/2019 at 1:13 AM, null said

    Very interesting approach, not only because it is way off the meta-routes. I coudn’t find another Assassin-Poison-Attack-Build anywhere, although that should be the most typical one for an Assassin.

    Thanks for posting this jewel of a build, really appreciated!

    Jeannex

    Hey Jeannex,

    First of all, thanks for the kind feedback. This is just one of many Poison-based builds that can be crafted in Path of Exile, although the mechanic is very unpopular at the moment. I do think that your Tornado Shot Tornado Shot idea will work well. I have played few Poison Bow builds myself, but that was prior to the nerf of Quill Rain Quill Rain. For a Quiver, Maloney's Nightfall Maloney's Nightfall is not a bad option. When it comes to flat Chaos / % Chaos vs things like Crit Multi for example, in the long run they are all great, get your hands on whatever costs least and you can take the most value from. When it comes to choosing between Chaos and Physical, I’d always recommend going with Chaos damage, simply because most of the mobs in PoE do not have a lot of Chaos Resistance, not to mention that with these builds you will have % increased Chaos damage here and there, which will also help out. These Attack-based Poison builds specialize in inflicting a large quantity of small Hits most of the time, with Physical damage you want to deal as big Hits as possible in order to penetrate the most Armour, this is why Chaos is more efficient than Physical in this particular case, at least in my eyes.

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    Hey,

    first of all thanks for the guide! I just have two little questions:
    Which auras do you activate? You have Grace, HoA, War Banner and with Fenumus Weave Aspect of the Spider, but you cant active all of them.
    Second, if i count right, we have one socket open for a golem, wich one would you recommand?

    Already thanks for every answer!
    Have a nice day.

    Edited by SjukBetennelse on July 4th, 2019

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    On 03/07/2019 at 7:31 PM, SjukBetennelse said

    Hey,

    first of all thanks for the guide! I just have two little questions:
    Which auras do you activate? You have Grace, HoA, War Banner and with Fenumus Weave Aspect of the Spider, but you cant active all of them.
    Second, if i count right, we have one socket open for a golem, wich one would you recommand?

    Already thanks for every answer!
    Have a nice day.

    Hey, you cannot fit all the Mana reservation options we’ve provided but depending on the content you are running and what you need (offence or defence) you can choose between an offensive setup like HoA + Aspect of the Spider or a more defensive option: Grace + Aspect of the Spider. War Banner reserves only 10% of your Mana so you will probably be able to fit it in both setups. When it comes to using Golems, whatever you use will probably die very often in the endgame content, but Summon Ice Golem Summon Ice Golem is your best option.

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    Hello. So I’ve been using your build. guide here, and I must say it works very well. Great guide and build! I’m currently level 65, and have almost all of the recommended items. However I was wondering which of the 4 link gem sets listed are most important in your opinion? I was also wondering if you think of the Snake Bite Assasins Mits are viable for this build? Thanks for any information you can provide, and thanks for the excellent build!

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    On 15/07/2019 at 7:49 AM, Wayne said

    Hello. So I’ve been using your build. guide here, and I must say it works very well. Great guide and build! I’m currently level 65, and have almost all of the recommended items. However I was wondering which of the 4 link gem sets listed are most important in your opinion? I was also wondering if you think of the Snake Bite Assasins Mits are viable for this build? Thanks for any information you can provide, and thanks for the excellent build!

    Hey, thanks for the kind feedback. I’d say that the Herald of Agony Herald of Agony is the most important 4-Link. Snakebite Snakebite unique Gloves are not bad but there are definitely better choices for the build, like Fenumus' Weave Fenumus' Weave.

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    hello, can i maybe use 2 claws?, I don’t like shields that much :P

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    On 06/09/2019 at 11:53 AM, Reaveden said

    hello, can i maybe use 2 claws?, I don’t like shields that much :P

    You can definitely dual wield, this will result in a better damage output.

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    Hi! First of all thanks for the guide, because I knew I wanted to play the new skill, but didn’t know how to go about a poison build.

    You mentioned both grace and a dmg aura that also takes up 50% mana. It didnt really seem worth to get 19% more dmg over time for 50% mana, correct me if I’m wrong? Same as zealotry isnt worth using for purifying flame builds, too little dmg:mana.

    Edited by soonelydoodely on September 6th, 2019

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    I would also like to ask, since I’m unlikely leveling this as a league starter past level 92 (94 TOPS), which 6 to 8 nodes would you take off from the final tree? Many thanks :)

    If its not too much trouble, could you please comment which notable passives I should rush first as im leveling, in a rough order of importantness? just a rough outskirt would do :)

    I’ll make sure to write a personal review once this character has played some maps :)

    Edited by soonelydoodely on September 7th, 2019

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    On 07/09/2019 at 12:44 PM, soonelydoodely said

    I would also like to ask, since I’m unlikely leveling this as a league starter past level 92 (94 TOPS), which 6 to 8 nodes would you take off from the final tree? Many thanks :)

    If its not too much trouble, could you please comment which notable passives I should rush first as im leveling, in a rough order of importantness? just a rough outskirt would do :)

    I’ll make sure to write a personal review once this character has played some maps :)

    Hey, early on you should go for Life and Acrobatics. For damage, pick up Fatal Toxins, Poisonous Fangs, Claws of the Pride and Toxic Strikes. Depending on your level and your gear, you can either drop Life or some damage from the final tree, whatever you feel like.

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    Hello, is it possible to play venom gyre instead cobra lash into this build, especially if we use whirling blade ?

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    On 08/09/2019 at 8:21 AM, scorflex said

    Hello, is it possible to play venom gyre instead cobra lash into this build, especially if we use whirling blade ?

    You definitely can, skills scale the same way any ways.

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    I’ve another question ^^
    What oil recipe can we make to get a notable passive ?

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    On 08/09/2019 at 4:46 PM, scorflex said

    I’ve another question ^^
    What oil recipe can we make to get a notable passive ?

    Cannot help on this matter yet, will let you know as soon as I can.

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    Anyway we can get a POB link? If I missed I am sorry.

    Thanks!

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    Comment about Plague Bearer. I love the gem to deah, but the 20% less poison damage while incubating part, is a huuuuuge detriment. Just be sure to use it like a vaal aura, unleashing it on bosses and not on rares/ packs whatever, the more time incubating you spend, the more it loses its value.

    Another comment. Flesh and Stone seems to be a choice worth considering for this build over grace. Saving 25% mana to use on either damage or anything else useful. Depends on how much raw evasion you already have, I guess, I’d say if grace doesn’t give you at least 25% evasion chance, drop it. There are many good alternatives at this point, the blind effect from sand stance alone is better than any grace gem for nearby enemies.

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    How do you manage MANA regeneration here? Am I missing something or should you use Clarity? Thanks and new to this build so any help would be greatly appreciated!

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    Maybe I’m just a total noob but why is the skill tree only show passives under level 60? Earlier when I registered I was able to see the full tree but it doesn’t work atm.

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