Cyclone Cast on Critical Ice Nova Assassin Build Guide (PoE Harvest 3.11)

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About the Author

Furty has been playing Path of Exile since the release of the Onslaught League in 2013, and has a deep and diverse well of experience within the game. Equally comfortable playing on Hardcore, Softcore, and Solo-Self Found Leagues, recent ladder results include finishing at Rank 5 on the Legion SSF League playing Essence Drain Essence Drain and the Betrayal League at Rank 186 playing Elemental Hit Elemental Hit. You can follow him on Twitter, or check out his occasional streams on Twitch.

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Guide Format

This build guide is split over multiple pages, both to prevent it from getting too long, as well as to help you better find the information you are looking for. In addition to the current page, which presents general information about the build and also contains a Leveling and FAQ section, we have the following pages:

Passive Skill Tree and Gem Links


Ascendancy, Bandits, and Pantheon Powers


Gear, Jewels, and Flasks

Introduction

Cast on Critical Strike (colloquially known as CoC) builds have long been one of the iconic build archetypes in Path of Exile, offering an engaging and very unique experience that can tear through maps and decimate bosses with little effort. While the Cast On Critical Strike Support Cast On Critical Strike Support gem was gutted in the distant past, it has seen a new lease on life since Patch 3.5: Betrayal, where it has returned triumphantly as one of the most potent and entertaining build archetypes in the meta. This guide has received a considerable overhaul for Patch 3.8 Blight League and remains a heavyweight bosser for Patch 3.10 Delirium, continuing to return as a potent powerhouse ready to leave a frozen wake of shattered enemies.

In Patch 3.11 Harvest Cyclone Cyclone lost its stun immunity, forcing us to play as Low-Life or with Soul of the Brine King.

Playstyle

This build is one of incredible power and potential, that feels capable with only a few core investments, but scales into a monstrously powerful end-game that hardly any builds can match. Incredible offensive firepower is distilled into a simple and engaging end point, allowing you to annihilate bosses like The Shaper in seconds.

Survival, however, is often just as important as the raw attack power of your exile, perhaps even more so. Fortunately, this build boasts incredible an incredible array of defenses, just in case anything actually has time to get an attack off against you.

Overally, this build can be one of the most fast-paced, exciting, and well rounded in the entire game. It excels in practically every respect, and has plenty of changes and permutations that can be made to customize it to preference, or upgrade it further towards god status.

Build Assessment

Pros

+ Incredible damage output (~8m Shaper DPS)
+ Solid and well-rounded defenses (78% all Resistances, permanent Blind Support Blind Support, Blasphemy Support Blasphemy Support Enfeeble Enfeeble, reliable Life leech, Physical mitigation, permanent Freeze/Chill, and more).
+ Melts all types of content; Bosses, Mapping, Delving, Labyrinth, etc.
+ Extremely fast clear speed
+ Extremely fast kill times (Uber Elder, Shaper, Aul the Crystal King, Mastermind, etc.)
+ High movement speed
+ Viable as both league starter and league finisher — functions a budget, but has plenty of investments to continually elevate the build

Cons

Moderate cost required to get rolling in the end-game (Cospri's Malice Cospri's Malice)
Cyclone Cyclone requires careful forethought on some bosses as it can lock you into movement
Can feel squishy when league starting or if you cannot afford baseline gear

Playstyle

This build clears everything extremely quickly, whether you are farming your T16 Maps or farming the Uber Elder. Players who love smashing through content but have a measured and precise style of play will enjoy this build the most, as it does require and reward careful movement in certain cases.

Cyclone Cyclone is used as the trigger spell for our CoC build, due to its extremely high attack speed and relatively generous range of effect. Cyclone is technically a movement skill, and it can be a polarizing choice for this reason. That said, the sheer power of Cyclone when compared with alternatives, such as Blade Flurry Blade Flurry, make it the clear winner.

Each time you approach an enemy, activate Cyclone Cyclone, ideally clicking close to your character to minimize the distance traveled, affording you more agency to avoid dangerous abilities and ensuring you are not slowed for any longer than necessary. This will trigger our Ice Nova Ice Novas, which are socketed in both our main 6-link (with Cyclone and Cast On Critical Strike Support Cast On Critical Strike Support) as well as Cospri's Malice Cospri's Malice, our weapon of choice. Frostbolt Frostbolts, also socketed in Cospri’s, will trigger additional Ice Novas, resulting in a satisfying helping of freezing and screen shattering that absolutely tears apart the enemies on screen.

This build also incorporates skills like Vaal Righteous Fire Vaal Righteous Fire and Vortex Vortex to increase our damage on sturdy targets and bosses. There are plenty of personal adjustments and customizations to be made, if desired, allowing you to adapt the build to further specialize towards a specific style of play. For example, if you really enjoy the security of playing with a Decoy Totem Decoy Totem on tough bosses, there are multiple “optional” gems that could be swapped out to accommodate personal preference.

Cerebral use of Flasks is relatively important to maintaining maximum damage and clear speed, as we do rely on The Wise Oak The Wise Oak and the Diamond Flask quite heavily to maintain our absurd damage output. While liberal use is advised, be careful not to “munch” charges by re-activating them too early and wasting any remaining duration. Additionally, due to Cyclone Cyclone’s status as a movement skill, certain care must be taken when using flasks that affect movement speed. Using a Quicksilver Flask will cause your character to travel farther and faster, which can be detrimental for uptime on a boss. There is no hard and fast rule; becoming comfortable with the skill and how your character moves is the main optimization and can only be developed with practice and muscle memory.

Skill Tree

This is our recommended skill tree for the build.

For more details on the Passive Tree, a low-life version, skill acquisition order, and more, be sure to check out the Passive Skill Tree page for in-depth information.

Passive Skill Tree and Gem Links

Gems

We go over all of the gem links this build uses in the end-game on our Gem Link page.

Passive Skill Tree and Gem Links

Ascendancy, Bandits, and Pantheon

Our Ascendancy, Bandit, and Pantheon Power page goes into detail about all the choices you need to make in these regards.

Ascendancy, Bandits, and Pantheon Powers

Gear Summary / TL;DR

These items strike a balance between power and cost-effectiveness. If you want to explore more options for Gear (both budget and high-end), Flasks, or get more information on alternatives and specialty items, please ensure you read the Gear, Jewels, and Flasks section in its entirety.

Example end game gear used by our character:

Example Gear

Our recommendation:

Item Slot Item Name
Head Starkonja's Head Starkonja's Head
Amulet The Pandemonius The Pandemonius
Chest Loreweave Loreweave (bossing) or Carcass Jack Carcass Jack (all-round)
Gloves Atziri's Acuity Atziri's Acuity or Rare Fingerless Silk Gloves Fingerless Silk Gloves
Boots Rare Boots or Bubonic Trail Bubonic Trail (2 sockets)
Belt Rare Stygian Vise Stygian Vise
Ring 1 Mark of the Shaper Mark of the Shaper
Ring 2 Elder Rare Ring
Weapon 1 Cospri's Malice Cospri's Malice
Weapon 2 Cospri's Malice Cospri's Malice
Shield Option Light of Lunaris Light of Lunaris

For much more detailed information on the best gear, jewels, and flasks to use, be sure to check out our Gear Page section in its entirety.

Gear, Jewels, and Flasks

Leveling

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

We recommend starting with Freezing Pulse Freezing Pulse, which works well with Lifesprig Lifesprig if you have one. If you have another character to pass Storm Brand Storm Brand to you at Level 12, this is ideal for leveling. Alternately, you can opt to use Freezing Pulse Freezing Pulse until Act III where Storm Brand Storm Brand can be acquired from the Fixture of Fate Library quest. Blade Vortex Blade Vortex is another great option that can be used until Act III (or all the way until maps if you choose) as either your primary leveling skill or as an additional means of boosting single target damage in an off-link.

Use this Level 48 Passive Tree as a general reference if you are leveling with Storm Brand Storm Brand. You will need to respec a few points later, but nothing drastic.

Passive Tree Storm Brand

In order of priority, the Storm Brand links are:

  1. Storm Brand Storm Brand
  2. Elemental Focus Support Elemental Focus Support
  3. Added Lightning Damage Support Added Lightning Damage Support
  4. Controlled Destruction Support Controlled Destruction Support
  5. Added Cold Damage Support Added Cold Damage Support
  6. Hypothermia Support Hypothermia Support

If you are using a Tabula Rasa Tabula Rasa, simply fill in the other gem sockets with whatever supports are available from the vendors until you reach Act II and Act III for the other gems.

Link Brand Recall Brand Recall to Arcane Surge Support Arcane Surge Support (Level 3) and Flame Dash Flame Dash. This is a great leveling link and should be acquired as soon as possible.

At Level 12 you can also acquire Blade Vortex Blade Vortex. Link it to Added Cold Damage Support Added Cold Damage Support, Added Lightning Damage Support Added Lightning Damage Support, and Controlled Destruction Support Controlled Destruction Support as soon as possible.

Herald of Ice Herald of Ice, Herald of Thunder Herald of Thunder, and Clarity Clarity should be used as early as possible.

Once you reach Act III and can acquire Lightning Spire Trap Lightning Spire Trap, set up the following 4-link, replacing your Blade Vortex Blade Vortex link:

  1. Lightning Spire Trap Lightning Spire Trap
  2. Added Lightning Damage Support Added Lightning Damage Support
  3. Controlled Destruction Support Controlled Destruction Support
  4. Trap and Mine Damage Support Trap and Mine Damage Support

You can play Storm Brand Storm Brand into early mapping if you like, which may be easier for league starter characters until Cospri's Malice Cospri's Malice can be acquired. Take a look at our full Storm Brand guide for tree reference if you plan on respeccing later.

You can transition to Cast On Critical Strike Support Cast On Critical Strike Support as early as level 44, when Widowmaker Widowmaker can be acquired. Ideally, you will also want to have a Diamond Flask, which is really essential before you get your second Ascendancy node, Deadly Infusion. Refer to the links and Passive Tree earlier in the guide for more details. Instead of Herald of Thunder Herald of Thunder, use a Warlord's Mark Warlord's Mark with Blasphemy Support Blasphemy Support instead to provide you with a source of life leech while leveling.

FAQ

Which Annointment Should I Use on my Amulet?

There are plenty of options for utility and defense, but from a damage perspective these are our recommendations:

  • Heart of Ice: Hands down the best damage option due to the damage, cold penetration, and energy shield leech.
  • Arcane Potency: Not far behind Heart of Ice for damage, but loses on bosses and lacks the leech. Possibly a better option in lesser gear when Critical Strike is still very desirable and not yet close to cap.
  • Eagle Eye or Depth Perception: Budget options that can be used to cap Accuracy if needed and grant some Critical Strike.

Cast on Critical Strike Mechanics Explained

Cast On Critical Strike Support Cast On Critical Strike Support can only trigger a maximum number of times per second, which is just over 6 times per second, due to an internal cooldown. Cyclone Cyclone hits twice with every hit, and therefore we want to have a “Attacks Per Second” (APS) of 3.0, which would result in 6 total attacks per second. Since this is just under the maximum trigger rate of Cast on Critical Strike, this gives us the best chance of attaining the maximum possible triggers since there is almost no overlap.

This means that using a Silver Flask will actually reduce your damage output, since your Cyclone Cyclone hits will no longer cleanly line up with the Cast On Critical Strike Support Cast On Critical Strike Support internal cooldowns, which will result in slight delays between some triggers and a sizeable amount of lost damage potential. You will essentially be wasting every 7-8th “attack” from Cyclone, as Cast on Critical Strike would be on cooldown for that period. In order to not exceed this limitation, you should not purchase a Cospri's Malice Cospri's Malice with an Attack Speed value that exceeds 9%, and avoid Attack Speed on Rares.

There is a way around this, however, and it is explained in our Belt section. A Shaped Rare belt with Increased Cooldown Recovery Speed (ICRS) of at least 14% will increase the maximum number of Cast On Critical Strike Support Cast On Critical Strike Support triggers to ~7.60 per second. This means our optimal APS value would become around 3.75, giving us 7.50 attacks per second, once again just beneath the maximum trigger rate for the smoothest triggers.

If you have 14% ICRS, you can upgrade your Cospri's Malice Cospri's Malice to a maximum Attack Speed roll (14%). You can also swap your Basalt Flask for a Silver Flask for a sizeable damage boost, but at a loss to defensive capability.

How Do I Calculate DPS?

Calculating DPS for this build is not as simple as merely ticking the right boxes in Path of Building. You will have to done a daisy chain of napkin math — none of it particularly complex — to accurately account for the various effects of the build. I made a comment demonstrating to a reader how to calculate DPS which I have re-pasted here for your convenience. When inputting your Ice Nova Ice Nova and Frostbolt Frostbolt damage you must put in the damage it does when it Critically Strikes (taking the multiplier into account) because we nearly always deal Critical Strikes. We then multiply by a decimal of our Critical Strike (e.g. 0.95) to account for the percentage of times that we do not crit. If you are using a second Cospri's Malice Cospri's Malice with Elemental Focus Support Elemental Focus Support you will also need to take this into account.

Originally posted by Furty on June 23rd 2019:

Using my gear from Synthesis League:

6L Ice Nova Ice Nova: Ice Nova Ice Nova hit (223,011) * 2 (Frostbolt Frostbolt procs) * 7.57 (triggers per second with CDR) * 0.95 (Crit Chance) = 3,207,567 DPS

Cyclone Cyclone: 47,000 DPS

Cospri's Malice Cospri's Malice Frostbolt Frostbolts: Frostbolt Frostbolt hit (69,433) * 7.57 (triggers per second with CDR) x 0.95 Crit Chance) = 499,327 DPS — Divide by two, since Cospri's Malice Cospri's Malice procs alternate between socketed gems — 249,664 DPS

Cospri's Malice Cospri's Malice Ice Nova Ice Nova: Ice Nova Ice Nova hit (52,766) * 2 (Frostbolt Frostbolt procs) * 7.57 (triggers per second with CDR) * 0.95 (Crit Chance) = 758,933 DPS — Divide by two, since Cospri's Malice Cospri's Malice procs alternate between socketed gems — 379,466 DPS

Combined DPS Calculation: 3,883,697 DPS

Bonechill Support Bonechill Support applied by Vortex Vortex: 3,883,697 DPS * 1.3 = 5,048,806 DPS

Shock: 5,048,806 DPS * 1.2 = 6,058,567 DPS

Vaal Righteous Fire Vaal Righteous Fire: 6,058,567 DPS * 1.4 = 8,481,994 DPS

Righteous Fire Righteous Fire 6,058,567 DPS * 1.4 = 8,481,994 DPS

Righteous Fire Righteous Fire and Vaal Righteous Fire Vaal Righteous Fire: 8,481,994 DPS * 1.4 = 11,874,791 DPS

These calculations were done with Concentrated Effect Support Concentrated Effect Support as my 6th link, as “Shaper DPS” should be calculated using gems I would use on Shaper or Uber Elder. This is an extremely complicated build with many layered interactions between damage, ailments, and triggers — unfortunately, there is no way in Path of Building to automate this calculation. Good luck!

What About Lycosidae Lycosidae?

Lycosidae Lycosidae is still a perfectly viable choice and can be used all throughout the end-game if you prefer not to mess around with Accuracy.

Cospri’s Malice Explained

Gems trigger from top to bottom in Cospri's Malice Cospri's Malice, as explained earlier in the guide. This item will trigger automatically from our Cyclone Cyclone, so there is no need to do anything beyond socketing the gems. The gems socketed in Cospri's Malice Cospri's Malice alternate between triggers, therefore the Ice Nova Ice Nova socketed in Cospri’s will trigger half as many times as your main 6-Link.

Changelog
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    Updated for Harvest 3.11; added Low-Life version to prevent stuns, new trees, new gear recommendations, all new gems section, and more.

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    3.10 Delirium; Build was buffed through Ascendancy, tree and formatting updated for the new league.

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    Updates for Patch 3.9 Metamorph: Passive Skill Tree, Gear, Guide Format, Build Assessment, and FAQ.

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    Annointment advice added.

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    Big overhaul for Patch 3.8 Blight League: Redesigned the build with new links, gear, tree, leveling, FAQ, and much, much more!

  •   

    Updated Gem Links.

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    Updated for Patch 3.7 Legion: Passive Skill Trees, Gear and Gem Recommendations, Leveling, and more!

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    Updated for Synthesis 3.6.

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    Added new section.

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    I have been following this build and I’m still a little bit off from some of the more expensive items, however I do seem to run out of mana a lot. Any tips / something obvious that I’m missing?

    https://www.pathofexile.com/account/view-profile/SymbioticCrash/characters

    SymbioticCrash is the char in question

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    On 05/05/2019 at 7:02 AM, null said

    I have been following this build and I’m still a little bit off from some of the more expensive items, however I do seem to run out of mana a lot. Any tips / something obvious that I’m missing?

    https://www.pathofexile.com/account/view-profile/SymbioticCrash/characters

    SymbioticCrash is the char in question

    If you’re holding down Cyclone Cyclone, it can be a heavy tax on Mana — any time your “end point” or direction changes it will cost additional Mana. Try moving a “longer” distance when clearing through packs to help save on Mana. With bosses you generally want to make single clicks in a triangle or square pattern around the target. The more you practice with the skill, the easier it is to get a handle on. If you are really struggling you can also pick up some Mana Leech on the tree or from an item.

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    Champ, thank you. Was the old hold it down vs single clicking.

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    On 06/05/2019 at 7:16 AM, null said

    Champ, thank you. Was the old hold it down vs single clicking.

    No worries, its an easy mistake to make if you haven’t played a lot of Cyclone Cyclone before (or at least without Blood Magic).

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    You mention the watchers eye with the modifiers ‘while affected by Discipline / Clarity’ comes in handy. Is this intended for group play or am I missing an item that provides Discipline / Clarity

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    On 07/05/2019 at 12:31 PM, SymbioticCrash said

    You mention the watchers eye with the modifiers ‘while affected by Discipline / Clarity’ comes in handy. Is this intended for group play or am I missing an item that provides Discipline / Clarity

    It’s discussed in the Gems section, specifically “Auras 4-Link” where I cover the recommended auras.

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    Fantastic guide/build ive gotten all the items apart from a shaper ring setup, so im using the bereks grip, and also missing the pandemonius amulet.

    Im clearing maps T15 insanely fast but on single target bosses my damage is really bad? I went for the fortify on the 6L. apart from that do you have any other advice on what I could do to potentially kill bosses more effectively?

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    Ah yes, the old it’s there if you read it all. Apologies, loving the guide.

    On 09/05/2019 at 9:21 AM, jozef505 said

    Fantastic guide/build ive gotten all the items apart from a shaper ring setup, so im using the bereks grip, and also missing the pandemonius amulet.

    Im clearing maps T15 insanely fast but on single target bosses my damage is really bad? I went for the fortify on the 6L. apart from that do you have any other advice on what I could do to potentially kill bosses more effectively?

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    On 09/05/2019 at 1:28 PM, SymbioticCrash said

    Ah yes, the old it’s there if you read it all. Apologies, loving the guide.

    No problem, if you have any other questions don’t hesitate!

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    On 09/05/2019 at 9:21 AM, jozef505 said

    Fantastic guide/build ive gotten all the items apart from a shaper ring setup, so im using the bereks grip, and also missing the pandemonius amulet.

    Im clearing maps T15 insanely fast but on single target bosses my damage is really bad? I went for the fortify on the 6L. apart from that do you have any other advice on what I could do to potentially kill bosses more effectively?

    Concentrated Effect Support Concentrated Effect Support will rip bosses to pieces, but The Pandemonius The Pandemonius will also be a noticeable increase due to the huge chunk of penetration, which is especially potent for bosses due to their naturally high Resistances.

    Even with Fortify Support Fortify Support, however, your damage should be plenty with the appropriate items. If you have a POB Link for your character I can take a quick look, but just make sure you’re doing all the basic stuff properly (flask uptimes, not running out of Mana with Cyclone Cyclone, etc.) as well, as this build does rely on solid fundamentals a lot!

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    Pandemonius is like 20exalts on console at the moment > <

    im going to go for the shaper ring and elder ring setup, Just want to add ive just cleared the shaper guardians after getting some gem slots in my skills tree as im only level 83ish.

    most likely not going to get to complete the build with the expense on console but its been hella fun spinning through content reminds me of the good old CoC discharge builds :D

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    On 10/05/2019 at 7:14 AM, jozef505 said

    Pandemonius is like 20exalts on console at the moment > <

    im going to go for the shaper ring and elder ring setup, Just want to add ive just cleared the shaper guardians after getting some gem slots in my skills tree as im only level 83ish.

    most likely not going to get to complete the build with the expense on console but its been hella fun spinning through content reminds me of the good old CoC discharge builds :D

    Oh my, that’s quite the expense! I only play on PC, where it’s a relatively attainable mid-build upgrade — sorry to hear it’s so far out of reach. The Mark of the Shaper Mark of the Shaper is a nice injection of damage, and you’ll definitely feel an immediate power-up.

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    First of thanks for a really fun build I really enjoy clearing whole screens with it.

    I swithced my dual strike claw assasin to this yesterday. I had just short of a million DPS on that char and had hit a wall in the delve. Switching defenitly amped up my dps and clearing time. So I can confirm that my dps is way over a million.

    With my prior build I was able to see my dps on my dual strike skill. But since this build is make use of chained skills and prox I find it quite difficult to track dps. This makes optimizing quite hard. Any tip for how I can keep track of my dps during optimization?

    I am currently trying to find, craft new Jewels but I can’t say if I should go for more cold damage, more crit mult/chance and since the jewels cost a few ex each I would like to keep track of the best payout.

    My current pastebin:
    https://pastebin.com/Uj87MQpN

    Edited by Avalanche on May 14th, 2019

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    On 14/05/2019 at 8:12 AM, Avalanche said

    First of thanks for a really fun build I really enjoy clearing whole screens with it.

    I swithced my dual strike claw assasin to this yesterday. I had just short of a million DPS on that char and had hit a wall in the delve. Switching defenitly amped up my dps and clearing time. So I can confirm that my dps is way over a million.

    With my prior build I was able to see my dps on my dual strike skill. But since this build is make use of chained skills and prox I find it quite difficult to track dps. This makes optimizing quite hard. Any tip for how I can keep track of my dps during optimization?

    I am currently trying to find, craft new Jewels but I can’t say if I should go for more cold damage, more crit mult/chance and since the jewels cost a few ex each I would like to keep track of the best payout.

    My current pastebin:
    https://pastebin.com/Uj87MQpN

    It’s quite difficult and annoying to calculate and you mostly have to do it all longhand. For example:

    Ice Nova Damage x Number of Frostbolts x Hits per Second x Critical Strike Chance

    You also have to account for Shock, Cospri’s, Cyclone, Culling Strike, and so on.

    In most cases your combined damage per second (Ice Nova, Frostbolt procs, etc.) is about half or two thirds of your actual DPS when accounting for ailments/items/effects.

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    On 14/05/2019 at 8:12 AM, Avalanche said

    First of thanks for a really fun build I really enjoy clearing whole screens with it.

    I swithced my dual strike claw assasin to this yesterday. I had just short of a million DPS on that char and had hit a wall in the delve. Switching defenitly amped up my dps and clearing time. So I can confirm that my dps is way over a million.

    With my prior build I was able to see my dps on my dual strike skill. But since this build is make use of chained skills and prox I find it quite difficult to track dps. This makes optimizing quite hard. Any tip for how I can keep track of my dps during optimization?

    I am currently trying to find, craft new Jewels but I can’t say if I should go for more cold damage, more crit mult/chance and since the jewels cost a few ex each I would like to keep track of the best payout.

    My current pastebin:
    https://pastebin.com/Uj87MQpN

    With the gear recommended in the guide (not counting any crazy mirror worthy items or things worth tens of exalts) you should be sitting between 5-9 million DPS without Vaal Righteous Fire active.

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    Is this build going to be updated for 3.7 with the changes to Cyclone? Also, is Loreweave still the best option, even with 78% maximum resistances being the best roll?

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    On 05/06/2019 at 8:15 PM, Zilrim said

    Is this build going to be updated for 3.7 with the changes to Cyclone? Also, is Loreweave still the best option, even with 78% maximum resistances being the best roll?

    Yes, it will be updated — I’ll be investigating whether Cyclone Cyclone is still an ideal trigger skill. For 3.6 Loreweave Loreweave was still the best overall option since it also provides exceptional damage for a chest, but it will take me a day or two to get a solid draft of our 3.7 version prepared, so stay tuned!

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    Waiting for a build update, hope it will be soon!!!!

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    Refreshing page every 30 mins BTW

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    On 07/06/2019 at 12:51 AM, Haku said

    Refreshing page every 30 mins BTW

    Should be soon, I’m working on it now!

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