Impale Cyclone Champion Build Guide (PoE Sentinel 3.18)

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Introduction

The Champion ascendancy from the Duelist class is one of the best choices when you choose to build an Impale Support Impale Support-oriented character. For this particular character we choose to dual wield One-Handed Swords and utilize a smooth progression towards the end-game state of this build, allowing you to easily follow along and build this character, based on your own budget limits and intent for it. Despite the nerfs in 3.13 and 3.15, the Ascendancy is still incredibly powerful for Cyclone and any other Impale Support Impale Support-oriented builds, it is simply not a must-have choice anymore. Since 3.15 however, we do not use the actual gem of Impale Support Impale Support anymore.

Build Summary

The build does not require any build-enabling items, but I will be listing a couple Unique items that definitely go in the “it is recommended to pick these up for improved QoL” list. The build itself is an amazing league-starter, as the barrier of entry is extremely low, but with the right investment and care, can easily tackle the entire game’s content, including delving, Uber-Awakener and Uber-Elder, as well as the highest of map tiers.

Pros & Cons

Pros

+ Hardcore viable
+ Great clear speed
+ Great league starter
+ Extremely flexible build, allowing lots of customization
+ Very tanky, with options to increase DPS or survivability
+ Pure Physical means you don’t care about “Elemental Reflect” map mods

Cons

Not as fast as a zoom-zoom ranger build
Intelligence can be an annoyance to acquire on this build
Very expensive to max out, compared to spell caster or summoner builds

Map Modifiers to be Avoided

The build cannot do Physical Reflect and Cannot Leech.

Other rough, but manageable, mods are No Regeneration and “Enemies cannot be taunted”.

Playstyle

Jumping around the map using Leap Slam Leap Slam, stunning enemies with its guaranteed stun chance at full-life and then simply spinning inside of them with your Cyclone Cyclone represents the basic outline for your playstyle.

Keep up Blood Rage Blood Rage permanently, as it provides a decent amount of additional damage along with a very reliable source of Life Leech.

Place your Ancestral Warchief Ancestral Warchief whenever needed (some specific Rare/Unique mobs or map bosses), as it provides a large amount of additional damage in a medium-sized radius around it. You want to use this in more stationary fights, rather than mobile ones.

You want to use your Enduring Cry Enduring Cry on-cooldown in most situations to keep up your Endurance charges. Thanks to the “Call to Arms” Keystone, the usage of the Warcry is instant, meaning you can even use it WHILE you’re spinning and it will not interrupt your attacks.

Use your Vaal Molten Shell Vaal Molten Shell and Molten Shell Molten Shell whenever you’re about to jump into a pack of enemies. Try to dip out of combat if you run into a strong opponent and your Molten Shell Molten Shell is not up. Make sure to use it BEFORE you jump on the target, otherwise you might not get the chance…!

Lastly, you should get used to swapping between the Blood and the Sand stances whenever needed using your Blood and Sand Blood and Sand gem. Sand stance is for general clear in a map, as it provides a nice defensive layer and increased area of effect for your Cyclone Cyclone, while the Blood stance will provide additional damage to clear out remaining rare monsters or to kill bosses.

Passive tree

This is the Endgame Passive Skill Tree for the build.

We focus on picking up all the efficient Impale, Sword, and Crit nodes along the way, as well as a ton of health, some defensive clusters, as well as all the relevant Keystones (Call to Arms and Point Blank: this one will later turn into Divine Flesh).

Our full Gem Links, as well as more information including the Path of Building link and a few lower-level trees in order to have an easier time leveling can be found on our dedicated page.

Passive Tree, PoB & Gem Links

Ascendancy, Bandits, and Pantheons

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

Ascendancy, Bandits, Pantheons Page

Gear Summary / TL;DR

These items provide a good balance between offense and defense and are enough to deal with the endgame, although there is definitely room for improvement. Please ensure you read the Gear, Jewels and Flasks page in its entirety to understand the choices made for the recommendations here.

Gear Page: Rare affix priorities and Endgame options

Our recommendations (Budget Options):

Item Slot Item Name
Head Rare Helmet with decent Chaos/Ele Resists and Life
Amulet Rare Amulet with Damage and Life + Stats
Chest Carcass Jack Carcass Jack or Rare Body Armour
Gloves Great Old One's Tentacles Great Old One's Tentacles
Boots Atziri's Step Atziri's Step
Belt Belt of the Deceiver Belt of the Deceiver or Rare Stygian Vise Stygian Vise
Rings Rare Rings to fill out Resists and Stats
Weapon Rare Weapons or Ichimonji Ichimonji
Weapon Rare Weapons or Ichimonji Ichimonji

Leveling

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

The character can be leveled with its signature skill from level 28 onward and feels great to do so. There are no requirements (neither gems nor items) to start this character from level 1.

Leveling Trees

Here is an early Passive Skill Tree that picks up all the foundational passive nodes needed in the beginning of the character.

You will want to pick up all the nodes on the bottom and left side of the tree first, before you make your way over to the right side, towards the sword nodes in the Ranger area.

For more information about leveling trees, passive skill tree order, etc. make sure to check the mentioned Passive Tree Page and PoB link page.

Passive Tree Page and PoB link

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.

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 Siosa in The Library in Act III Library, or Lilly Ross starting at Act VI, once you’ve completed the corresponding side-quest she provides.

For leveling setups, you have a ton of different options, depending on what ability you prefer to level with. Personally, I prefer Perforate Perforate as my main ability until level 28, but you can also go with Cleave Cleave if you prefer that playstyle.

From level 1, you should use the following link.

  1. Cleave Cleave or Perforate Perforate
  2. Onslaught Support Onslaught Support
  3. Chance to Bleed Support Chance to Bleed Support

At level 4, you should add War Banner War Banner and Ancestral Protector Ancestral Protector for additional damage.

Dash Dash helps out by improving your mobility early on.

Blood and Sand Blood and Sand should be only used according to the your current needs (stay in Blood stance while fighting tough enemies and switch to Sand stance while clearing). Molten Shell Molten Shell can be used whenever you need the damage mitigation.

By level 8, your Cleave Cleave link should look like this, going down the list depending on how many links you have available.

  1. Cleave Cleave or Perforate Perforate
  2. Maim Support Maim Support
  3. Added Cold Damage Support Added Cold Damage Support
  4. Chance to Bleed Support Chance to Bleed Support
  5. Onslaught Support Onslaught Support
  6. Ruthless Support Ruthless Support

At level 10, you should add Leap Slam Leap Slam for additional mobility. If you’re using Perforate Perforate, you may also pick up Intimidating Cry Intimidating Cry at this point, for added burst potential and damage.

At level 12, you can add Smoke Mine Smoke Mine for even more mobility, which will replace the Dash Dash you picked up earlier. Smoke Mine is the superior mobility skill, if you can get used to the 2-button teleport playstyle it provides. Keep in mind that the movement speed buff it provides stacks with your Quicksilver Flask Quicksilver Flask.

At level 16, you should add Flesh and Stone Flesh and Stone. If you’re using Perforate Perforate, you should also switch out your Intimidating Cry Intimidating Cry for Seismic Cry Seismic Cry, which will provide you with extra clear speed, damage and survivability, thanks to the knockback it provides.

By level 18, your Cleave Cleave or Perforate Perforate links should look like this.

  1. Cleave Cleave or Perforate Perforate
  2. Melee Physical Damage Support Melee Physical Damage Support
  3. Rage Support Rage Support
  4. Close Combat Support Close Combat Support
  5. Onslaught Support Onslaught Support
  6. Ruthless Support Ruthless Support

At level 24, you should add Pride Pride for additional damage improvement. You should also replace War Banner War Banner with Dread Banner Dread Banner.

At level 28, you should replace your Ancestral Protector Ancestral Protector with Ancestral Warchief Ancestral Warchief. At this point you should also replace your Cleave Cleave setup with the following Cyclone Cyclone link.

  1. Cyclone Cyclone
  2. Melee Physical Damage Support Melee Physical Damage Support
  3. Infused Channelling Support Infused Channelling Support
  4. Faster Attacks Support Faster Attacks Support

Starting at level 31, you should replace one of your Cyclone links with a Fortify Support Fortify Support.

FAQ

How to Deal with Mana Problems? The Skill Tree Does Not Have a Single Node of Mana Leech.

Having a single jewel with “% of Physical Attack Damage Leeched as Mana” will solve all your Mana problems, or this can also be rolled on Rings or Amulet.

Additionally, you will want to get yourself some “Channeling Skills have -# to Total Mana Cost” crafts on your Rings and Amulet. Acquiring a Rare Body Armour with the Warlord suffix “Socketed Attacks have -15 to Total Mana Cost” will make your Cyclone absolutely free!

What if I Have any Questions not Covered Here?

Feel free to leave a comment down below, join the PoE Vault Discord or try to catch me over on my stream to ask me directly.

Credits

Big thanks to Tenkiei for the help with this guide!

Conclusion

Get close and personal with enemies and slice them in half. The Impale Cyclone Champion excels at dealing Physical damage and makes great use of the Impale mechanic while maintaining very respectable survivability.

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  1. LunaWolve

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    On 28/05/2021 at 8:49 AM, k.jelev said

    Hi Luna,
    so I’ve maxed the skill tree at level (around 70 something) but i will still have some more skill points to add later)
    Do you have full 123 skill placed one? Or what should i put with my remaining points. (Im currently struggling with mana reservation/ mana regen and high demands of intelligence items due to some sockets). I was considering some additional mana and life leech passives but im unsure. Also for the moment i cannot use all my buffs because im only left with 30 mana ( im using only blood/sand and flesh and stone atm)

    What do you think?

    https://pastebin.com/ydJgYLBW

    There’s the POB from the POB page of this guide. It has the 90+ version on the build.

    Mana Leech doesn’t go higher than the 1-leech mod from the jewel, so there’s no point increasing it. Rather, you need to lower your mana usage with Elreon crafts (-X mana to channeling skills)

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    Love the build, thank you for sharing it.

    Question: Is the POB tree the one we should be following? I ask as it starts the tree with Strength’s “Physical Attack Damage and Life” and “Physical Attack Damage” whereas the POEplanner one has Dexterity’s “Attack Speed and Accuracy” and “Attack Speed”. I’m assuming we want to go with the 2 Strength options but wanted to double check.

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    On 30/07/2021 at 1:51 AM, BringerOfRain said

    Love the build, thank you for sharing it.

    Question: Is the POB tree the one we should be following? I ask as it starts the tree with Strength’s “Physical Attack Damage and Life” and “Physical Attack Damage” whereas the POEplanner one has Dexterity’s “Attack Speed and Accuracy” and “Attack Speed”. I’m assuming we want to go with the 2 Strength options but wanted to double check.

    Ahh yes, the POB is the most updated one!

    Sorry for the confusion, I’ll try to get the POEplanner updated as soon as possible!

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    Regarding buffs:

    Pride 50% Mana Reservation
    Blood 10% Mana Reservation
    Flesh 35% Mana Reservation
    Dread 10% Mana Reservation

    Even with a linked Enlighten Support Gem (Level 1), there just isn’t enough mana.
    I normally use Pride, Blood and Dread as if I use Flesh I have next to no mana left to spend.

    I’m level 78 with 150 int.

    How do you use all 4? Do I need more int, or… ?

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    On 31/07/2021 at 7:21 PM, BringerOfRain said

    Regarding buffs:

    Pride 50% Mana Reservation
    Blood 10% Mana Reservation
    Flesh 35% Mana Reservation
    Dread 10% Mana Reservation

    Even with a linked Enlighten Support Gem (Level 1), there just isn’t enough mana.
    I normally use Pride, Blood and Dread as if I use Flesh I have next to no mana left to spend.

    I’m level 78 with 150 int.

    How do you use all 4? Do I need more int, or… ?

    The enlighten is supposed to be at least level 3 in order for the setup to function properly.

    The higher level the enlighten support, the less mana is reserved by auras supported by it.

    Until you can acquire such an Enlighten, simply replace Pride with Herald of Purity.

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    Your ideal buff setup looks like this: Pride, Blood and Sand, Flesh and Stone and Dread Banner in addition to Enduring Cry.

    That’s 4 buffs + Enduring Cry, not to mention Enlighten.

    I have 2 Enlighten (Level 3), placing the gems as follows:
    Blood and Sand, Flesh and Stone and Dread Banner + Enlighten on my 4 link Gloves
    Pride, Enduring Cry + Enlighten on my Boots

    I have 156 Intelligence
    Mana Reserved = 711
    Mana 24/735

    I can spin for 1 second before i’m OOM.

    Swapping out Pride for Herald of Purity leaves me with 194 mana, which is fine.

    I guess I can’t use Pride, ever…

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    On 05/08/2021 at 1:27 AM, BringerOfRain said

    Your ideal buff setup looks like this: Pride, Blood and Sand, Flesh and Stone and Dread Banner in addition to Enduring Cry.

    That’s 4 buffs + Enduring Cry, not to mention Enlighten.

    I have 2 Enlighten (Level 3), placing the gems as follows:
    Blood and Sand, Flesh and Stone and Dread Banner + Enlighten on my 4 link Gloves
    Pride, Enduring Cry + Enlighten on my Boots

    I have 156 Intelligence
    Mana Reserved = 711
    Mana 24/735

    I can spin for 1 second before i’m OOM.

    Swapping out Pride for Herald of Purity leaves me with 194 mana, which is fine.

    I guess I can’t use Pride, ever…

    Hey there!

    Yes, with the mana changes it’s become a LOT harder to socket Pride. You’ll want to invest into Elreon-crafted jewelry (- mana cost to channeling skills) on your rings and amulet, in order to push down the costs for Cyclone further.

    One additional bit: You don’t need to link enlighten with Enduring Cry, so technically you’d only need 1 4-link setup with Enlighten as follows:

    - Pride, Flesh and Stone, Blood and Sand OR Dread Banner + Enlighten

    With just 1 or 2 of the Elreon-crafted jewellry you should be able to properly sustain mana again!

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    I would like to say thank you for this build, I have played this build this league and I am currently in red maps.

    I appear to now be struggling a little bit with being killed quite often and not putting out as much damage as I remember, I understand the recent nerfs are partly to blame and the fact i had a 3 league break but i was wondering if you could help guide me.

    https://pastebin.com/6yHVLpvv this is a link to my POB. I’m really struggling to find any replacement gear this league. Trade has taken a hit with the amount of people that have left.

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    On 29/08/2021 at 12:00 PM, Kev265 said

    I would like to say thank you for this build, I have played this build this league and I am currently in red maps.

    I appear to now be struggling a little bit with being killed quite often and not putting out as much damage as I remember, I understand the recent nerfs are partly to blame and the fact i had a 3 league break but i was wondering if you could help guide me.

    https://pastebin.com/6yHVLpvv this is a link to my POB. I’m really struggling to find any replacement gear this league. Trade has taken a hit with the amount of people that have left.

    Hi there!

    The nerfs have hit this build quite hard indeed, but it should still be able to pull it’s weight!

    As for your current situation, I see a couple easy to get upgrades:

    • Respecc your bandit choice to the 2 passives (as we’re past the early-league time by now, we don’t require Alira anymore) and pick up 10% extra HP in the scion wheel.
    • At this stage of the game, you can also drop the 4 points for “Soul of Steel”, as you already acquired a very nice Divine Flesh setup and don’t benefit as much from it anymore. Those 4 points can also be moved into 20% extra life in the scion wheel. Alternatively you can pick up Brutal Blade for a bit of extra damage.
    • As you’re using Great Old One's Tentacles Great Old One's Tentacles, which is a very cheap unique, it should be fairly simple for you to acquire one with the “Vulnerability” curse corruption on it, which would drastically increase your DPS.
    • If you got the budget, you can also replace Atziri's Step Atziri's Step with some well-crafted rare versions instead. Tailwind, Onslaught and Elusive as generally the go-to choices at this stage, if you can manage to get those.
    • For your ultimate chest-piece upgrade, you could opt into a Maven + Awakener Orb combination to acquire both “-15 mana to socketed attacks” as well as the insanely top-tier “Physical damage taken as Chaos” (elevated), to skyrocket your survivability.

    As for damage, we unfortunately don’t have that many options, due to the changes made in 3.15, but the damage you currently have should be more than enough to deal with the content of the game as-is. Always remember that The Saviour The Saviour clone’s damage doesn’t get added to the PoB!

    The ultimate DPS increase would be a Pride Watcher’s eye with “2 Max Impales”, but that one is like 30ex if you want the Impale Chance with it, so unlikely in the near future.

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    On 29/08/2021 at 3:15 PM, LunaWolve said

    On 29/08/2021 at 12:00 PM, Kev265

    I would like to say thank you for this build, I have played this build this league and I am currently in red maps.

    I appear to now be struggling a little bit with being killed quite often and not putting out as much damage as I remember, I understand the recent nerfs are partly to blame and the fact i had a 3 league break but i was wondering if you could help guide me.

    https://pastebin.com/6yHVLpvv this is a link to my POB. I’m really struggling to find any replacement gear this league. Trade has taken a hit with the amount of people that have left.

    Hi there!

    The nerfs have hit this build quite hard indeed, but it should still be able to pull it’s weight!

    As for your current situation, I see a couple easy to get upgrades:

    * Respecc your bandit choice to the 2 passives (as we’re past the early-league time by now, we don’t require Alira anymore) and pick up 10% extra HP in the scion wheel. * At this stage of the game, you can also drop the 4 points for “Soul of Steel”, as you already acquired a very nice Divine Flesh setup and don’t benefit as much from it anymore. Those 4 points can also be moved into 20% extra life in the scion wheel. Alternatively you can pick up Brutal Blade for a bit of extra damage. * As you’re using Great Old One's Tentacles Great Old One's Tentacles, which is a very cheap unique, it should be fairly simple for you to acquire one with the “Vulnerability” curse corruption on it, which would drastically increase your DPS. * If you got the budget, you can also replace Atziri's Step Atziri's Step with some well-crafted rare versions instead. Tailwind, Onslaught and Elusive as generally the go-to choices at this stage, if you can manage to get those. * For your ultimate chest-piece upgrade, you could opt into a Maven + Awakener Orb combination to acquire both “-15 mana to socketed attacks” as well as the insanely top-tier “Physical damage taken as Chaos” (elevated), to skyrocket your survivability.

    As for damage, we unfortunately don’t have that many options, due to the changes made in 3.15, but the damage you currently have should be more than enough to deal with the content of the game as-is. Always remember that The Saviour The Saviour clone’s damage doesn’t get added to the PoB!

    The ultimate DPS increase would be a Pride Watcher’s eye with “2 Max Impales”, but that one is like 30ex if you want the Impale Chance with it, so unlikely in the near future.

    Thank you very much for taking the time to do this for me.

    1) I had already taken the two passives from the bandits i had just not changed the pob over :)

    2) done now thank you.

    3) New gloves acquired, The damage increase is very noticeable!

    4) New boots are on, I have the three stats at an entry price of 5ex, ill upgrade these to include other useful stats later.

    5) New chest is on the shopping list :)

    I have around 20ex left to play with at the moment. I realised some of my issue was i did not have enough unreserved mana to allow my CWDT enfeeble to actually cast, I have for now stopped using Blood and Sand as I have Flesh and Stone on. I had 3 attempts at a lvl 4 Englighten this morning and failed them all, ill get that soon and then be able to have Blood and Sand back on.

    Thank you again for taking the time to respond to me.

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    I might be wrong, but why do we allocate “hatchet mastery” while using swords? just because of onslaught?

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    Hi!

    I’m trying out this build, but i am struggling pretty hard for damage. I made a pob with my gear and current tree, and compared it to your PoB and im still at least 70k impale damage behind.

    Do you see anything that is a problem, or something i’ve missed? Thanks in advance! https://pastebin.com/KDBNp5sG

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    On 03/11/2021 at 6:35 AM, Vali said

    Hi!

    I’m trying out this build, but i am struggling pretty hard for damage. I made a pob with my gear and current tree, and compared it to your PoB and im still at least 70k impale damage behind.

    Do you see anything that is a problem, or something i’ve missed? Thanks in advance! https://pastebin.com/KDBNp5sG

    Hi there!

    A lot of the damage you’re missing comes from the fact that your gems aren’t level 20 yet. It’s easy to overlook gem-levels as a big type of DPS increase, but they’re mighty important!

    Outside of that, you’re missing the crit cluster on the right side of the tree, as well as Panopticon in your Thread of Hope setup (huge single-target improvement!).

    Lastly, you’re also missing the Dismembering Melee-Crit cluster near the Hatchet mastery, which we take for easy onslaught during maps.

    The general point here is that you’re basically missing all kinds of critical strike nodes, which drastically lowers your overall DPS, as sword builds are generally made for crit-focused builds.

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    The CWDT level doesn’t match with the Enfeeble level in PoB. Which one is wrong?

    CWDT is level 10, supporting skills up to req level 56.
    Enfeeble is level 2, req level 27.

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    On 03/11/2021 at 10:06 PM, DawnBlue said

    The CWDT level doesn’t match with the Enfeeble level in PoB. Which one is wrong?

    CWDT is level 10, supporting skills up to req level 56.
    Enfeeble is level 2, req level 27.

    That should be the CWDT that’s wrong. Something likely went wrong when I imported the gem setup.

    My apologies!

    Gnerally CWDT setups are very preference dependant tho (and since 3.15, mana dependant).

    If you find yourself triggering the CWDT too often and running through your mana reserves, leveling up the CWDT support can help alleviate that, by triggering it later.

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    On 05/11/2021 at 3:10 AM, LunaWolve said

    On 03/11/2021 at 10:06 PM, DawnBlue

    The CWDT level doesn’t match with the Enfeeble level in PoB. Which one is wrong?

    CWDT is level 10, supporting skills up to req level 56.
    Enfeeble is level 2, req level 27.

    That should be the CWDT that’s wrong. Something likely went wrong when I imported the gem setup.

    My apologies!

    Gnerally CWDT setups are very preference dependant tho (and since 3.15, mana dependant).

    If you find yourself triggering the CWDT too often and running through your mana reserves, leveling up the CWDT support can help alleviate that, by triggering it later.

    Thanks! I honestly haven’t used it since 3.15 so I didn’t even remember to consider the mana cost :D

    Another thing… I’m now in A4 leveling this build and idk killing things seems to be very slow, even though (as usual with my slow pace) I’m very slightly overleveled for most areas.

    Here’s my current situation in PoB form: https://pastebin.com/NwLyHLg4

    Pic of tree and PoB damage for quick reference: https://i.imgur.com/S1bpmIY.png

    Even tho I don’t exactly have the best defences even for A4, I don’t feel TOO squishy most of the time (I just got clapped hard in a Scourge encounter but it’s to be expected with these defences), and I’ve tried to prioritize damage where possible… but it just refuses to feel enough :x

    I just did lab and was thinking surely Master of Metal is gonna get me there but that didn’t do as much as I’d hoped. I don’t really know what else to do for damage. While my Cyclone isn’t supported by THE most optimal gems, surely they shouldn’t make that big of a difference. I can’t really just turn up weapons with high enough DPS, especially pDPS, either.

    Edit: oh and I just realized as I was adjusting the CWDT/Enfeeble gems that level 1 CWDT can already support level 5 Enfeeble, so I guess that’s the minimum heh.

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    hello there i would like to know how good if i try to Uber lab with this build and if not is there any changes i should do or do you suggest other builds for me

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    Does Craiceann’s Carapace
    Golden Plate will work with this build?

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    On 05/05/2022 at 8:59 PM, Tremaire said

    hello there i would like to know how good if i try to Uber lab with this build and if not is there any changes i should do or do you suggest other builds for me

    Uber Lab should not be an issue for this build, as it features quite a lot of physical damage reduction.

    Try not to stand around in traps of course, but for the most part, it should do absolutely fine!

    Does Craiceann’s Carapace

    Golden Plate will work with this build?

    It would work, but it would require a bit of a rework for the late-game, especially the mana issues. You’ll require at least 2 accessories with the -mana to channeled attacks to properly sustain Cyclone, as you won’t have access to the -15 flat mana to attacks of the rare chest armour.

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    Having a Watcher’s Eye Watcher’s Eye with Pride Pride mod for additional Impales will be very powerful, but it is usually way too expensive to be considered for anything but the absolute endgame.

    Where would I put this in the passive tree if I were to get one?

    BTW loving the guide so far, I’m only on yellow maps and hitting a bit of a wall but still very enjoyable and the furthest ive gotten on any toon.

    Thanks again!

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