Crit Based Elemental Hit Deadeye Gear, Jewels, and Flasks

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Gear Summary / TLDR

These items strike a balance between power and cost-effectiveness.

Our recommendation:

Item Slot Item Name
Head Starkonja's Head Starkonja's Head
Amulet Xoph's Blood Xoph's Blood
Chest Loreweave Loreweave
Gloves Rare Gloves
Boots Rare Boots or Bubonic Trail Bubonic Trail
Belt Rare Stygian Vise Stygian Vise
Ring 1 Pyre Pyre
Ring 2 The Taming The Taming
Weapon Rare +3 Gems Bow
Quiver Rare Quiver

Armour

Chest

There are three primary options for a standard Elemental Hit Elemental Hit setup, all of them Unique.

  • Queen of the Forest Queen of the Forest is a great budget option that can be used all throughout the league due to its high Evasion, great spread of defensive stats and resistances, and huge helping of Movement Speed. Not only can it be acquired very early on, but it is also one of the best options for safety and clear speed, which is why it remains a staple amongst nearly all bow builds and more.
  • Loreweave Loreweave is still a fantastic option, despite the nerfs that came with the release of 3.6.0 Synthesis League, simply due to the large injection of damage it provides. An extra 3% Maximum Resistances is still a nice bonus to Elemental damage defense, making Loreweave Loreweave the better option for bossing versus Queen of the Forest Queen of the Forest.
  • Kaom's Heart Kaom's Heart can be easily incorporated into this build. Not only do we deal exclusively Fire damage, taking full advantage of the Kaom’s effect, but the Passive Tree can be easily re-worked to include far more Life at the expense of some damage. If you are using Kaom’s you will need to rely on a weapon swap for your clearing and bossing setups. This is the recommended option for Hardcore.

Farrul's Fur Farrul's Fur Setup

Farrul's Fur Farrul's Fur is the best available option in the extreme end-game, and frees up a gem slot in your Orb of Storms Orb of Storms link — we like to replace Power Charge On Critical Support Power Charge On Critical Support with Culling Strike Support Culling Strike Support, which feels amazing on really tanky bosses like Uber Elder and Aul, the Crystal King. As you might expect, there is no point in using Farrul’s unless you already have an item with Aspect of the Cat. This is truly a luxury item, and one of the perfect ways to finish the build.

In order to use Aspect of the Cat without dropping any of our other auras, you will need a Level 4 Enlighten Support Enlighten Support supporting your other 3 Auras in a 4-Link. On your Passive Skill tree you will also need to make several adjustments. Drop the Mana Leech node, one of the 5% Life nodes below Golem’s Blood, and the 5 points necessary to acquire Forces of Nature. Talent into Mind Drinker as well as moving up from Ballistic Mastery to acquire the reduced Mana reservation notable, Charisma.

If you feel like you need a little more of a Mana buffer, you can also drop your Precision Precision down a few levels. You will want to stay above 97% Accuracy at all times.

Head

Depending on your budget, playstyle, and priorities you may choose between one of several powerful options.

  • Starkonja's Head Starkonja's Head is one of the best options available, at a practically unbeatable price. Not only is the availability of enchants extremely high, but it comes with all the stats we desire — a large amount of Life, some Critical Strike and Attack Speed, and a very high amount of Evasion. Starkonja’s is our default recommendation, as it excels in all environments, and is the best budget option as well as the best late-game option.
  • Frostferno Frostferno fits into this build better than almost any other, but it is not the ideal choice for end-game. The advantage of this item is that it is “relatively” cheap — at least, when compared with the alternatives of crafting/purchasing a +3 bow and 6-linking a second item. Frostferno is not the recommended option, but it is a perfectly viable item if you do not have the currency to support the full build, and something to keep an eye on early in the league. One of the downsides of Frostferno is that finding one with an Elemental Hit Elemental Hit enchant is absurdly expensive, since it is well known to be paired the skill. Overall, using Frostferno is better than not having a second 6-Link, and therefore can serve as a stepping stone to the full late-game if necessary.
  • Devoto's Devotion Devoto's Devotion is the best option for farming and clear speed, particularly when paired with Queen of the Forest Queen of the Forest. If you are looking purely to maximize experience per hour or maps per hour, this is the helmet for you. Just like Starkonja's Head Starkonja's Head, this is such a prolific Unique that finding enchants is usually relatively easy. The downside of Devoto’s is that it lacks Maximum Life and Damage, which makes it a poor choice for bossing and deeper delves.

The recommended enchants are:

  • 15% increased Elemental Hit Attack Speed
  • Elemental Hit deals 40% increased Damage

The author of this guide is a particular fan of Elemental Hit Elemental Hit, and despite having leveled several characters and variations to Level 100 using this skill, has found no discernible difference in damage between the two enchants — even Path of Building calculations seem to support the conclusion that there is a negligible difference between the two. We sincerely recommend choosing whichever of the two is currently cheaper on your desired helmet.

Gloves

A pair of Rare gloves with an Evasion base, ideally Gripped Gloves Gripped Gloves, should be used. Prioritize the stats as follows:

  1. [Uncapped] Resistances
  2. +# to Maximum Life
  3. % Increased Attack Speed
  4. +# to Accuracy Rating (300 or more)
  5. % Increased Evasion Rating
  6. +# to Evasion Rating

Boots

A Rare pair of boots should be used. You may opt to use an Armor/Evasion base to get colors more conveniently for your Cast when Damage Taken Support Cast when Damage Taken Support link.

  1. 25%+ Movement Speed
  2. [Uncapped] Resistances
  3. +# to Maximum Life
  4. Has Abyssal Socket (Delve)
  5. Intelligence
  6. % Chance to Dodge Attacks (Shaper Suffix)
  7. % Chance to Gain an Endurance Charge on Kill (Elder Prefix)
  8. Cannot be Frozen

Bubonic Trail Bubonic Trail with 2 Abyssal Sockets can offer a fair amount of damage and Maximum Life, assuming you can afford strong Abyss Jewels. These are more of a luxury item than a necessity, however, so save the upgrade until you have your 6-Links and other core items.

Weapon and Quiver

Crafting Your Own +Gem Levels Bow

The best possible option, in the wake of the nerfs to Chin Sol Chin Sol, is a +3 Gem Levels Bow. While these can be purchased, usually for a pretty price indeed, they can also be crafted relatively easily. Here is an example (Shaped) bow that our character used in the Betrayal league:

Imperial Bow

The most important stat for Elemental Hit Elemental Hit is gem levels, by a wide margin. This is why Empower Support Empower Support (Level 4) also has such a large influence, especially when combined with the +3 Bow.

To craft the 3 Bow, you will want to start with a base of as high item level as possible (we recommend Item Level 83).

  1. Make the bow Rare if it is not already.
  2. Use Perfect Fossils on the bow until you get 28%+ Quality.
  3. Use an Orb of Scouring Orb of Scouring on the bow.
  4. Make the bow Rare again.
  5. Craft as much Quality as possible onto your bow at the Crafting Bench.

You now want to get the correct colors on your bow using the Vorici Method. This involves using the Crafting Bench and Jeweller's Orb Jeweller's Orbs to greatly increase the likelihood of getting off-colors (versus using Chromatic Orb Chromatic Orbs). If you are using the advised gem setup with Empower Support Empower Support (3 Red, 1 Blue, 2 Green) or Increased Critical Strikes Support Increased Critical Strikes Support (2 Red, 2 Blue, 2 Green) you will need 4 “off-colors” (as bows are Dexterity based and favor Green sockets). If you are using Slower Projectiles Support Slower Projectiles Support, you will only need 3 off-colors, and makes this process a little easier. The steps below are for players using Empower Support Empower Support, however, once you understand the methodology at play you should have no trouble understanding how to adapt it to other colors and even other builds.

Head to the Crafting Bench:

  1. Force “2 Red Sockets” onto the bow.
  2. Alternate between “3 sockets” and “2 sockets” until the third socket is either a Red or Blue socket.
  3. Alternate between “4 sockets” and “3 sockets” until the fourth socket is either a Red or Blue socket (whatever you need for your colors).
  4. Force 6 sockets onto the bow. There is a very good chance they are both Green sockets.
  5. If they are not Green sockets, alternate between “4 sockets” and “6 sockets” until the last two sockets are Green (this should only take 1-2 iterations maximum).

Now, 6-Link your bow using Orb of Fusing Orb of Fusings. The increased quality will greatly increase your chance of success. The bow is mostly complete now; all that is left to use a little currency and fossils on it until you are happy with it. You will need to following items to craft the +3 Gems prefixes, and a Resonator to socket them in:

Fossils

Use a 3-socket resonator socketed with a Metallic Fossil, Prismatic Fossil, and Corroded Fossil on the bow. Since you are only guaranteed a single prefix, it may take several attempts, however, the chance is very good that you will receive both remaining prefixes in 1-3 rolls. Repeat the Resonator reforging until you are happy with your bow. The most important stat after the +3 Gems is Attack Speed — remember you can always craft anything else you need, or re-roll the bow again later on.

Chin Sol Chin Sol

After the nerfs to Chin Sol Chin Sol, it is no longer the default item for Elemental Hit Elemental Hit builds. It is, however, still an extremely strong bow for single-target, and a very attractive option if you are on a budget, or early in the league.

Quiver

A Rare quiver is the best option, ideally either a Spiked-Point Arrow Quiver or a Penetrating Arrow Quiver. Shaped Quivers are ideal, however, this can be saved for a later upgrade. Prioritize the stats as follows:

  1. +# to Maximum Life
  2. % Increased Global Critical Strike Multiplier
  3. % Increased Elemental Damage with Attack Skills
  4. % Chance to Gain Onslaught on Kill (Shaped Suffix — allows you to replace Silver Flask)
  5. % Increased Attack Speed
  6. % Increased Movement Speed (Shaped Prefix)
  7. +# to Accuracy Rating
  8. Resistances

For maximum clear speed, especially when using Devoto's Devotion Devoto's Devotion and Queen of the Forest Queen of the Forest, Rigwald's Quills Rigwald's Quills is going to be your best bet. This will compromise your boss damage a fair bit, however, you can always compromise by using a Shaped quiver with +1 Projectiles.

Accessories

Amulet

Xoph's Blood Xoph's Blood is the best amulet overall, since we cannot get Avatar of Fire on the tree. It simply has everything we could ask for; a large amount of health, a chunk of Fire Resistance, Strength, Fire Penetration, and the Ash debuff. If you are not clear on what the Cover Enemies in Ash when they Hit you debuff does, have no fear. Enemies covered in Ash take 20% increased Fire damage, and have their Movement Speed reduced by 20%. Xoph’s is expensive, but a worthwhile upgrade.

Yoke of Suffering Yoke of Suffering is another great alternative, and usually much cheaper than Xoph's Blood Xoph's Blood . In most situations, you will pick this up first, and upgrade to Xoph’s later on.

Until you can afford either Unique, simply use a Rare amulet, prioritize stats as follows:

  1. [Uncapped] Resistances
  2. +# to Maximum Life
  3. % Increased Global Critical Strike Multiplier
  4. % Increased Elemental Damage with Attack Skills
  5. % Increased Global Critical Strike Chance
  6. % Increased Attack Speed

Any other damage stats you can work in are fine.

Rings

Pyre Pyre should be one of your first pickups, due to its inexpensiveness and huge impact on the build. If you are using Frostferno Frostferno, Pyre does not need to be used. The “Ignited Enemies you hit are destroyed on Kill” affix is very satisfying, and also very useful — destroyed enemies cannot be detonated, which adds another element of safety.

The Taming The Taming is an amazing ring for this build, and can be used throughout the entire league. Though a little pricey, it is definitely worth the investment, and allows you to itemize for a lot more damage on the rest of your Rares due to the massive helping of Resistances.

A Rare ring can be used in place of The Taming The Taming until you can afford it. Prioritize stats as follows:

  1. [Uncapped] Resistances
  2. +# to Maximum Life
  3. % Increased Elemental Damage with Attack Skills
  4. +# to Accuracy
  5. % Increased Fire Damage
  6. % Increased Damage (Crafted)
  7. Flat Fire Damage to Attacks
  8. Strength / Intelligence

Belt

A Rare Stygian Vise Stygian Vise should be used. Prioritize the affixes as follows:

  1. [Uncapped] Resistances
  2. +# to Maximum Life
  3. % Increased Elemental Damage with Attack Skilsl
  4. % Increased Fire Damage (Delve)
  5. Strength

Jewels

Unique Jewels

Two Combat Focus Jewels (one Combat Focus (Dexterity and Strength) Combat Focus (Dexterity and Strength) and one Combat Focus (Strength and Intelligence) Combat Focus (Strength and Intelligence)) are required, to prevent your Elemental Hit Elemental Hit from choosing Cold or Lightning. Your Combat Focus Jewels should be placed as detailed in the images below:

Combat Focus

Standard Jewels

Prioritize stats on your Jewels as follows:

  1. % Increased Maximum Life
  2. % Increased Attack Speed with Bows
  3. % Increased Multiplier with Elemental Skills
  4. % Increased Global Critical Strike Multiplier
  5. %Increased Attack Speed
  6. % Increased Fire Damage

Abyss Jewels

For your Abyss Jewel(s), you will want to prioritize stats as follows:

  1. (40)+ Maximum Life
  2. % Increased Global Critical Strike Multiplier
  3. % Chance to Gain Onslaught on Kill
  4. % Increased Global Critical Strike Chance
  5. +# Fire Damage to Bow Attacks
  6. +# Lightning/Cold Damage to Bow Attacks (with Xoph's Blood Xoph's Blood)

Flasks

Flasks can be swapped out as your preference suits.

Standard Setup

Fire Resistance must be your highest Resistance in order to use The Wise Oak The Wise Oak, though this is relatively easy to achieve, particularly with Xoph's Blood Xoph's Blood.

  1. Seething Divine Life Flask Divine Life Flask of Staunching
  2. The Wise Oak The Wise Oak
  3. Experimenter’s Diamond Flask Diamond Flask of Warding
  4. Chemist’s Silver Flask Silver Flask of Heat
  5. Alchemist’s Quicksilver Flask Quicksilver Flask of Adrenaline

With Onslaught on Kill Quiver/Abyss Jewels

  1. Seething Divine Life Flask Divine Life Flask of Staunching
  2. The Wise Oak The Wise Oak
  3. Experimenter’s Diamond Flask Diamond Flask of Warding
  4. Perpetual Basalt Flask Basalt Flask of Heat
  5. Alchemist’s Quicksilver Flask Quicksilver Flask of Adrenaline

Maximum Clear Speed with Devoto's Devotion Devoto's Devotion and Queen of the Forest Queen of the Forest

You should also use Rigwald's Quills Rigwald's Quills as your Quiver, or a Shaped Quiver with extra projectiles.

  1. Seething Divine Life Flask Divine Life Flask of Staunching
  2. The Wise Oak The Wise Oak
  3. Experimenter’s Diamond Flask Diamond Flask of Warding
  4. Dying Sun Dying Sun
  5. Alchemist’s Quicksilver Flask Quicksilver Flask of Adrenaline

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Changelog
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    Nice!

    But I have a question.
    Wich Combat Focus I have to pick?
    Crimson, Viridian or cobalt?

    Thanks!!!

  2. Furty

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    On 30/04/2019 at 10:21 PM, Fezao said

    Nice!

    But I have a question.
    Wich Combat Focus I have to pick?
    Crimson, Viridian or cobalt?

    Thanks!!!

    Crimson and Viridian, referred to as “Lightning” and “Cold”, respectively, in the guide. We want to ensure Elemental Hit Elemental Hit only chooses Fire, and that our Fire and Ignite are scaled appropriately, for maximum damage.

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    Thanks for the reply
    Nice build and great guide!

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    On 01/05/2019 at 10:09 PM, Fezao said

    Thanks for the reply
    Nice build and great guide!

    Thank you!

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    Hi there. Thanks alot for the build so far so good! can you please share the pastebin for path of building please? Thanks!

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    How do you deal with running low on Mana when there is no mana potion recommended in the build? I have even added a cpl leech nodes and I still run out…

    Thanks :)

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    On 15/05/2019 at 3:40 PM, DeathGiFT said

    Hi there. Thanks alot for the build so far so good! can you please share the pastebin for path of building please? Thanks!

    We don’t provide Path of Building links due to the sheer number of builds we maintain and update, but I’d be happy to answer any specific questions you might have!

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    On 19/05/2019 at 10:57 PM, Scout2012 said

    How do you deal with running low on Mana when there is no mana potion recommended in the build? I have even added a cpl leech nodes and I still run out…

    Thanks :)

    Mana Leech should be more than enough once you have a decent amount of damage. Lioneye's Fall Lioneye's Fall and Soul Raker provide slightly more Mana Leech as well, so if you are running that variant you will have an easier time getting started.

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    On 20/05/2019 at 12:06 PM, Furty said

    On 15/05/2019 at 3:40 PM, DeathGiFT said

    Hi there. Thanks alot for the build so far so good! can you please share the pastebin for path of building please? Thanks!

    We don’t provide Path of Building links due to the sheer number of builds we maintain and update, but I’d be happy to answer any specific questions you might have!

    No worries! The issue im having concerns single target DPS. The clearing speed and damage on tier 16 maps is really good and have no issues there. The issue im having is lack of single target dps. Im using Rigwalds, starkonjas with enchant 40% EH dmg, xophs blood, taming, pyre, loreweave, gripped gloves w/ 17% AS, boots with 30% ms life chance to dodge 12%inc attack speed if youve killed recently, and stygian with elemental dmg to attacks and resistances. Im using a +4 gems bow with crafted 13% element penetration. all gems are currently lvl 19.

    Regarding gem setup: Clearing: Empower lvl 4, GMP, Combustion, Mirage Archer, Elemental Hit, Element dmg with attacks.
    Bossing setup: Empower lvl 4, Slower proj, Combustion Mirage archer, elemental hit, element dmg with attacks.

    The effective total dps is 1.5m with bossing setup and 800k with clearing setup. my crit chance is kinda low at 28.95%. Maybe thats the issue not sure. These numbers i mentioned include the added configuration of path of building: tailwind, killed recently, ignited, burning, and enemy fire resist -35%.

    Any idea on how i can improve the single target dps pls? or am i missing something? Thanks alot for ur time and effort!

  10. Furty

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    On 20/05/2019 at 2:20 PM, DeathGiFT said

    On 20/05/2019 at 12:06 PM, Furty said

    On 15/05/2019 at 3:40 PM, DeathGiFT said

    Hi there. Thanks alot for the build so far so good! can you please share the pastebin for path of building please? Thanks!

    We don’t provide Path of Building links due to the sheer number of builds we maintain and update, but I’d be happy to answer any specific questions you might have!

    No worries! The issue im having concerns single target DPS. The clearing speed and damage on tier 16 maps is really good and have no issues there. The issue im having is lack of single target dps. Im using Rigwalds, starkonjas with enchant 40% EH dmg, xophs blood, taming, pyre, loreweave, gripped gloves w/ 17% AS, boots with 30% ms life chance to dodge 12%inc attack speed if youve killed recently, and stygian with elemental dmg to attacks and resistances. Im using a +4 gems bow with crafted 13% element penetration. all gems are currently lvl 19.

    Regarding gem setup: Clearing: Empower lvl 4, GMP, Combustion, Mirage Archer, Elemental Hit, Element dmg with attacks.
    Bossing setup: Empower lvl 4, Slower proj, Combustion Mirage archer, elemental hit, element dmg with attacks.

    The effective total dps is 1.5m with bossing setup and 800k with clearing setup. my crit chance is kinda low at 28.95%. Maybe thats the issue not sure. These numbers i mentioned include the added configuration of path of building: tailwind, killed recently, ignited, burning, and enemy fire resist -35%.

    Any idea on how i can improve the single target dps pls? or am i missing something? Thanks alot for ur time and effort!

    Gem level is the largest damage scale factor for Elemental Hit Elemental Hit — I would recommend purchasing 20/20 gems as soon as possible, and a level 21 Elemental Hit Elemental Hit is a good investment to make when you can afford it. Your Crit Chance is a little low, so it is probably worth swapping to Soul Raker with Lioneye's Fall Lioneye's Fall (if you aren’t already) just to boost it up a bit for now. Rigwald's Quills Rigwald's Quills is a poor choice for single target and should only be used if you’re prioritizing clear speed above all else (e.g. Level 100 push or farming a specific map).

    With a few adjustments you should be able to triple that damage number for single target!

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    On 20/05/2019 at 4:37 PM, Furty said

    On 20/05/2019 at 2:20 PM, DeathGiFT said

    On 20/05/2019 at 12:06 PM, Furty said

    On 15/05/2019 at 3:40 PM, DeathGiFT said

    Hi there. Thanks alot for the build so far so good! can you please share the pastebin for path of building please? Thanks!

    We don’t provide Path of Building links due to the sheer number of builds we maintain and update, but I’d be happy to answer any specific questions you might have!

    No worries! The issue im having concerns single target DPS. The clearing speed and damage on tier 16 maps is really good and have no issues there. The issue im having is lack of single target dps. Im using Rigwalds, starkonjas with enchant 40% EH dmg, xophs blood, taming, pyre, loreweave, gripped gloves w/ 17% AS, boots with 30% ms life chance to dodge 12%inc attack speed if youve killed recently, and stygian with elemental dmg to attacks and resistances. Im using a +4 gems bow with crafted 13% element penetration. all gems are currently lvl 19.

    Regarding gem setup: Clearing: Empower lvl 4, GMP, Combustion, Mirage Archer, Elemental Hit, Element dmg with attacks.
    Bossing setup: Empower lvl 4, Slower proj, Combustion Mirage archer, elemental hit, element dmg with attacks.

    The effective total dps is 1.5m with bossing setup and 800k with clearing setup. my crit chance is kinda low at 28.95%. Maybe thats the issue not sure. These numbers i mentioned include the added configuration of path of building: tailwind, killed recently, ignited, burning, and enemy fire resist -35%.

    Any idea on how i can improve the single target dps pls? or am i missing something? Thanks alot for ur time and effort!

    Gem level is the largest damage scale factor for Elemental Hit Elemental Hit — I would recommend purchasing 20/20 gems as soon as possible, and a level 21 Elemental Hit Elemental Hit is a good investment to make when you can afford it. Your Crit Chance is a little low, so it is probably worth swapping to Soul Raker with Lioneye's Fall Lioneye's Fall (if you aren’t already) just to boost it up a bit for now. Rigwald's Quills Rigwald's Quills is a poor choice for single target and should only be used if you’re prioritizing clear speed above all else (e.g. Level 100 push or farming a specific map).

    With a few adjustments you should be able to triple that damage number for single target!

    Awesome! yes i will surely replace the rigwalds to another one which im currently waiting for to regal better. I currently have:

    Rarity: Magic Fecund Spike-Point Arrow Quiver of Destruction ———— Requirements: Level: 59 ———— Item Level: 81 ———— 30% increased Global Critical Strike Chance ———— +37% to Global Critical Strike Multiplier +99 to maximum Life ———— Shaper Item

    Im trying to regal it until it gives me elemental dmg with attacks or something good and then mutli craft the rest :D i keep making imprints of it but so far failed. Ill keep trying until ill hit the sweet spot! cheers and thanks.

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    No worries, let me know if you have any other questions. That sounds like the beginning of a pretty sweet quiver, best of luck!

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    On 20/05/2019 at 7:08 PM, Furty said

    No worries, let me know if you have any other questions. That sounds like the beginning of a pretty sweet quiver, best of luck!

    Thanks! really appreciate!

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    The quiver i mentioned to you is finished: lost the 99 life but kept the multiplier :

    Rarity: Rare
    Morbid Dart
    Spike-Point Arrow Quiver
    ————
    Requirements:
    Level: 59
    ————
    Item Level: 81
    ————
    30% increased Global Critical Strike Chance
    ————
    +38% to Global Critical Strike Multiplier
    Can have multiple Crafted Modifiers (crafted)
    12% increased Attack Speed (crafted)
    +50 to maximum Life (crafted)
    24% increased Elemental Damage with Attack Skills (crafted)
    ————
    Shaper Item

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    Nice, looks like a good start!

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    Will this build still be viable in Legion? Really enjoy the build and was potentially going to start off the new league with it.

  17. Furty

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    On 01/06/2019 at 9:54 PM, ThamHanks said

    Will this build still be viable in Legion? Really enjoy the build and was potentially going to start off the new league with it.

    I’ll get back to you once the Patch notes are released, but it should be fine!

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    I am sure this is a dumb noob question but how do i know which skill tree points to choose in which order??? thanks for any help!

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    ^ That’s not a dumb question. I was actually looking for that too.

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    On 08/06/2019 at 3:18 AM, ThamHanks said

    ^ That’s not a dumb question. I was actually looking for that too.

    It’s not a dumb question at all – the answer is that you’re going to have to decide yourself how you take your points based on what you’re missing in your leveling experience.

    Generally, I think crit points are not a good idea early on; also worth skipping Jewel sockets until later on in the league when you actually have good jewels; you’ll want life nodes and any more direct damage nodes you can find. I’ll let Furty give a more detailed answer.

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