Ultimate Cyclone Slayer Gear, Jewels, and Flasks

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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.

Some example gear used by our character:

Example Gear

Our recommendation:

Item Slot Item Name
Head Devoto's Devotion Devoto's Devotion
Amulet Daresso's Salute Daresso's Salute OR Rare Amulet (Turquoise Amulet Turquoise Amulet is ideal)
Chest Kaom's Heart Kaom's Heart
Gloves Atziri's Acuity Atziri's Acuity OR Rare Spiked Gloves Spiked Gloves
Boots Rare Boots
Belt Soul Tether Soul Tether
Rings Rare Rings
Weapon Starforge Starforge or crafted Exquisite Blade Exquisite Blade

Gear, Jewels, and Flasks

Having at least one item that helps you sustain Mana can be convenient, especially if you do not have Enlighten Support Enlighten Support at Level 3 or 4. If you are not using Atziri's Acuity Atziri's Acuity then this is easiest to obtain on your Rare Gloves, however, you can see the Rings section for alternatives. With Enlighten Support Enlighten Support at Level 4 you may find this is unnecessary altogether, however, you should try this for yourself before committing to any decisions.

Armour

Chest

Kaom's Heart Kaom's Heart is the natural choice for this build. We only use a single 6-Link, and with a 2-handed weapon there is little need for a chest with sockets. The big upside of Kaom's Heart Kaom's Heart is the enormous effective life increase it provides, which gives us the confidence to slam straight into the most dangerous map mods and massive packs of monsters without any hesitation.

Belly of the Beast Belly of the Beast is a cheaper and highly effective alternative. One of the upsides of Belly of the Beast Belly of the Beast is the option to run a second link, which could even bolster your boss damage early on. If you opt to go this route at first, we recommend linking another Vaal skill for damage, such as Vaal Ancestral Warchief Vaal Ancestral Warchief or Vaal Double Strike Vaal Double Strike.

Helmet

Devoto's Devotion Devoto's Devotion is the natural choice for virtually all Cyclone Cyclone builds out there. It simply has everything you need: Dexterity, Attack Speed, and most essential of all, Movement Speed. The reduced Physical Damage is not nearly enough to put a damper on how amazing this item is for Cyclone Cyclone builds. This is one of the most important pickups for the build, and should be one of your first targets.

Abyssus Abyssus is actually disgustingly strong in certain situations, despite the increased Physical damage taken. For bosses in particular, such as Uber Elder or Shaper, this item will increase your damage by millions upon millions in the late game. While it is not a default recommendation, we mention it simply because it can take your damage to absolutely hilarious heights and allow you to do some really silly things on softcore.

Gloves

Atziri's Acuity Atziri's Acuity are the best choice overall, as they have Global Critical Strike Strike, a huge chunk of Armour, Intelligence, Life, and Vaal Pact. Basically, everything you could possibly want in a Cyclone Cyclone build. The Intelligence is a huge help, as it allows you to use blue gems like Concentrated Effect Support Concentrated Effect Support and Infused Channelling Support Infused Channelling Support without the need to spec into additional Intelligence on the tree. They can be pricey, and are not essential to get the build working, but they feel oh-so-sweet when you get your “hands” on a pair.

Rare Spiked Gloves Spiked Gloves are perfectly adequate as well, and make filling out the Resistance cap a lot simpler. Prioritize your secondary stats as follows:

  1. [Uncapped] Elemental Resistance
  2. +# to Maximum Life
  3. % of Physical Attack Damage Leeched as Mana
  4. % Increased Attack Speed
  5. Adds # to # Physical Damage to Attacks
  6. +# to Dexterity or Intelligence (as needed)
  7. % Increased Armour
  8. +# to Armour

Boots

In most situations a Rare pair of Two-Toned Boots (Fire and Lightning Resistances) Two-Toned Boots (Fire and Lightning Resistances) (Armour + Energy Shield is the preferred base) or Titan Greaves Titan Greaves is going to be your best option. This allows us to fill out Resistances the most easily and have solid across the board defenses. Some of the Elder affixes are quite nice to have, but are not required by any means.

Prioritize the affixes as follows:

  1. % Increased Movement Speed (25%+)
  2. [Uncapped] Elemental Resistance
  3. +# to Maximum Life
  4. Socketed Gems are Supported by Level # Fortify Support Fortify Support (only if using Starforge Starforge — socket your Leap Slam Leap Slam in this link)
  5. % Chance to Gain an Endurance Charge on Kill (Elder)
  6. % Increased Armour / Energy Shield / Evasion
  7. +# to Armour / Energy Shield / Evasion

Kaom's Roots Kaom's Roots can be used for Uber Elder if you are really struggling to dodge mechanics.

Weapon

Since this build relies heavily on Critical Strike, Swords are preferred over Axes due to their implicits, despite lower base damage. If you are not using a Rare sword, Starforge Starforge is the best go-to, which is also a sword.

Starforge Starforge

Starforge Starforge is a great weapon and relatively attainable for most players due to the preference of Shaper farm, keeping the prices within reach. The damage is fantastic, gives you the ability to shock, has bonus area for clear, and adds a nice Maximum Life roll to boot. While it does not have the same top-end damage potential as a Rare, it is a very powerful weapon and not far behind, either. Depending on your level of gear, it is arguably better for clearing as well due to the area of effect bonus.

If you are not entirely comfortable with crafting, or the price of Starforge Starforge is relatively low (a couple of Exalted Orb Exalted Orbs) we recommend starting out with this weapon. It can easily carry you over ten million DPS and does not require any special crafting or forethought.

Crafted Exquisite Blade Exquisite Blade

A crafted Exquisite Blade Exquisite Blade is the best possible option in the late-game, due to the huge multiplier implicit and the ability to ignore Accuracy due to the Hits Can’t Be Evaded veiled prefix. This can be made yourself for around 10 Exalted Orb Exalted Orbs or less, although you will need the recipes or another player to help you. You can simply buy a base with the desired stat(s) and multi-mod from there, or you can attempt to spam a Rare with Jagged Fossil Jagged Fossils and pray for a good result. Finally, you can use Orb of Alteration Orb of Alterations to roll a high item level base to fish for the mods we want. We will teach you how to craft it yourself.

[Optional] First Steps:

  • Buy an Exquisite Blade Exquisite Blade_ of at least Item Level 83
  • Use Perfect Fossil Perfect Fossils to make it 30% Quality to improve linking chances and increase damage. Highly recommended for all players.
  • If you plan on 6-Linking the item yourself, craft additional quality onto your Exquisite Blade Exquisite Blade at the crafting bench to improve linking chances
  • 6-socket the item using Jeweller's Orb Jeweller's Orbs
  • 6-link the item using Orb of Fusing Orb of Fusings

To craft your Exquisite Blade Exquisite Blade using Orb of Alteration Orb of Alterations, follow these steps:

  1. Use an Orb of Scouring Orb of Scouring to make the item white
  2. Use an Orb of Transmutation Orb of Transmutation to make the item Magic quality
  3. Use Orb of Alteration Orb of Alterations to roll the item until you hit the Tier 1 Affix: % Increased Physical Damage or Adds # to # Physical Damage
  4. Make an Imprint of the item using Beastcrafting in the Menagerie

If your Tier 1 stat was the only affix on the item, use a Regal Orb Regal Orb to make it Rare. If the added affix isn’t a beneficial Tier 3, 2, or 1 affix (set your own standards for what level of weapon you are aiming for) then you should use an Orb of Annulment Orb of Annulment immediately to attempt to remove the other affix. If you fail, restore your item using the imprint and repeat until you succeed.

If your Tier 1 stat has another affix on the item that isn’t desirable before using the Regal Orb Regal Orb, you will have to successfully annul the item twice. Make an imprint of the first item with the Tier 1 stat and attempt to annul the other. If you fail, restore the item and repeat. If you succeed, make an imprint of the new Magic item that has only your Tier 1 affix, then repeat the step above (Regal and Annul).

Ideally, you will go into the multi-modding stage with a Rare Weapon that has two prefixes: either Tier 1 or Tier 2 versions of % Increased Physical Damage and Adds # to # Physical Damage, whether you have crafted it yourself or purchased a ready made base. It is perfectly fine to use a base that only has one of those mods, but you will have to sacrifice one of your crafted mods to supplement the missing affix. This is significantly cheaper and easier but obviously results in a much cheaper weapon to craft, and one that is still better than Starforge Starforge for bossing.

Head to the bench and craft multi-mod onto the weapon (Can Have up to 3 Crafted Modifiers).

Make sure you are using the best possible crafts or you will have wasted currency and time crafting this item. If you do not have all the recipes, use a master crafting service, ask a friend, or seek out the recipes yourself. We recommend crafting these stats:

Important: If your Exquisite Blade Exquisite Blade does not have both % Increased Physical Damage and Adds # to # Physical Damage, replace the % Chance to Deal Double Damage crafted with whichever one you are missing. For % Increased Physical Damage you can also opt to use the % Increased Physical Damage / % Chance to Impale craft if you are not using Impale Support Impale Support and your chance to impale is less than 85%.

  1. Can Have up to 3 Crafted Modifiers
  2. Hits Can’t Be Evaded
  3. 13-16% Increased Attack Speed / 13-18% Increased Quality
  4. 8-10% Chance to Deal Double Damage

Congratulations, you now have a weapon that is significantly better than a Starforge Starforge for bossing.

The only downside of this weapon versus Starforge Starforge is that it has slightly less area of effect and the loss of the life roll. Generally this makes Starforge Starforge an overall better weapon for grinding to 100 due to the area of effect and additional Life, but the Rare weapon is far better for bossing and maximum damage output as well as general softcore play.

There may be some Conquerors affixes that allow for an even better end-game weapon yet, but due to the lack of availability and implementation into Path of Building nothing is set in stone.

Accessories

Amulet

Daresso's Salute Daresso's Salute is a great amulet for Cyclone Cyclone and is obtainable for relatively cheap prices. Once you have Glorious Vanity Glorious Vanity, this amulet is not as desirable, however, as it reduces Maximum Energy Shield by 50%, though even then it is still quite strong. The movement speed is delicious and a great boost to clear speed, as is the area of effect and damage on full life. This should be a relatively early pickup as it is so strong.

A Rare Amulet, preferably an Agate Amulet Agate Amulet to help with attribute limitations, is the best choice for flat out damage, especially once you are using Glorious Vanity Glorious Vanity and Soul Tether Soul Tether. Prioritize stats as follows:

  1. [Uncapped] Elemental Resistances
  2. +# to Maximum Life
  3. +# to Intelligence (if needed for Infused Channelling Support Infused Channelling Support levels)
  4. # to Accuracy (+only if using Starforge Starforge)
  5. % Increased Global Critical Strike Multiplier
  6. Adds # to # Physical Damage to Attacks
  7. % Increased Attack Speed
  8. % Increased Global Critical Strike Chance
  9. % of Physical Attack Damage Leeched as Life

Rings

Rare Rings are best for this build. Diamond Ring Diamond Rings and Steel Ring Steel Rings offer the best damage as you might expect, but Resistance rings are helpful for capping your Elemental Resistances, particularly once you are using Atziri's Acuity Atziri's Acuity.

If you do not have Mana Leech on your Gloves you may need to craft the % of Damage Taken Gained as Mana Over 4 Seconds When Hit enchant on to one of your rings to help you sustain Cyclone Cyclone without any issues. This should only be done on a single ring.

Prioritize stats as follows:

  1. [Uncapped] Elemental Resistances
  2. 6% of Damage Taken Gained as Mana Over 4 Seconds When Hit / +# to Maximum Mana
  3. +# to Maximum Life
  4. # to Accuracy (+only if using Starforge Starforge)
  5. Curse Enemies with Level # Assassin's Mark Assassin's Mark on Hit (only needed on one ring, Shaper)
  6. Shock Nearby Enemies for 4 Seconds When You Focus (Crafted — multi-modded ring necessary)
  7. Adds # to # Physical Damage to Attacks
  8. % Increased Damage

Belt

Soul Tether Soul Tether is the best possible option once Glorious Vanity Glorious Vanity has been implemented, as it allows you to benefit from the effects of Overleech without having to invest 4 Ascendancy Points towards Brutal Fervour.

A Rare Stygian Vise Stygian Vise socketed with a Murderous Eye Jewel Murderous Eye Jewel is best option if you are not using Soul Tether Soul Tether. Prioritize stats as follows:

  1. [Uncapped] Elemental Resistances
  2. +# to Maximum Life
  3. +# to Strength
  4. +# to Armour
  5. % Increased Effect of Flasks on You

Jewels

Glorious Vanity Glorious Vanity

The new Historic Jewels offer some radically different keystones that we are only just scratching the surface on how to exploit. One of the Vaal Keystones, Corrupted Soul, fits perfectly into this build.

The effect of socketing a Glorious Vanity Glorious Vanity Jewel (that has the Doryani tag in the tooltip) within the radius of a keystone on the passive skill tree is that the keystone is transformed to Corrupted Soul:

  • 50% of Non-Chaos Damage taken bypasses Energy Shield
  • Gain 20% of Maximum Life as Extra Maximum Energy Shield

So how exactly is this useful?

By combining this Jewel with the Soul Tether Soul Tether belt, we can gain a large amount of Energy Shield and get the overleech passive without taking Brutal Fervour in the Ascendancy path. This allows us to instead take the two far more powerful keystones (from a damage perspective), Headsman and Bane of Legends.

To facilitate this, we take Point Blank on the tree and the nearby Jewel socket.

Doryani

The seed for the Jewel is not particularly important, as long as it is in the name of Doryani. Later down in the build, however, you can start trying out different seeds to see if any of the nearby notable wheels are transformed into more useful stats. There can be some very overpowered combinations!

Watcher's Eye Watcher's Eye

The Watcher's Eye Watcher's Eye is the literal “crown Jewel” and one of the last and most luxurious upgrades any build can make. Unfortunately, they can be extraordinarily expensive and an entirely unrealistic acquisition for the majority of players. For that reason, we left Watcher's Eye Watcher's Eye out of all our DPS calculations, but if you have deep moneybags, you could push the build to new limits.

The Pride Pride mods are all pretty amazing, but you would prioritize them as follows:

  1. (8-12)% chance to deal Double Damage while using Pride
  2. Impales you inflict last 2 additional Hits while using Pride
  3. (40-60)% increased Attack Physical Damage while using Pride
  4. Your Hits Intimidate Enemies for 4 seconds while you are using Pride
  5. 25% chance to Impale Enemies on Hit with Attacks while using Pride
Be aware that these mods can shift in value depending on your level of gear; the double damage mod, for example, has significantly lower value in low levels of gear and Attack Speed. Check in Path of Building before making any significant purchases.

Standard Jewels

This build uses Standard Jewels (Crimson Jewel Crimson Jewel and Viridian Jewel Viridian Jewel primarily) over Abyss Jewels, as they are simply better in every respect. Prioritize stats as follows:

  1. % Increased Maximum Life
  2. % to Critical Strike Multiplier with Two-Handed Melee Weapons
  3. % to Melee Critical Strike Multiplier
  4. % Increased Damage with Swords
  5. % Increased Global Critical Strike Multiplier
  6. % Increased Attack Speed with Swords
  7. % Increased Attack Speed
  8. % Increased Damage

Resistances, or any other helpful damage mods, are perfectly fine to work in as well!

Flasks

This is our recommended Flask setup. Feel free to swap out Flasks or Prefixes/Suffixes to suit your preferred style of play, as there are no real “mandatory” flasks for this build.

Flasks

  1. Seething Divine Life Flask Divine Life Flask of Staunching (note: if you are not yet using Glorious Vanity Glorious Vanity you do not need bleed immunity due to Endless Hunger)
  2. Experimenter’s Diamond Flask Diamond Flask of Warding
  3. Lion's Roar Lion's Roar
  4. Cinderswallow Urn Cinderswallow Urn or Chemist’s Silver Flask Silver Flask of Adrenaline
  5. Experimenter’s Quicksilver Flask Quicksilver Flask of Heat

If you can get your hands on a Cinderswallow Urn Cinderswallow Urn with a Critical Strike veiled mod, you can drop the Diamond Flask Diamond Flask in favor of a Sulphur Flask Sulphur Flask or Basalt Flask Basalt Flask.

Check out the main page of the guide or use the menu on the right side of this page to navigate to the other sections of the guide.

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    Hi, trying this one now. Fee questions
    - What’s the purpose of phase run? Isn’t leap slam enough to use as movement skill?
    - there is wat banner in links, suppose it should be Sand and Blood?

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    On 15/08/2019 at 7:57 AM, satispunk said

    Hi, trying this one now. Fee questions
    - What’s the purpose of phase run? Isn’t leap slam enough to use as movement skill?
    - there is wat banner in links, suppose it should be Sand and Blood?

    • Phasing is just lifesaving in a lot of situations and Leap Slam Leap Slam isn’t always the most effective movement skill in certain tilesets. Phase Run Phase Run isn’t required but it’s a solid utility choice for a filler gem.
    • Good catch actually! I’ll edit the guide when I’m back from vacation. You can actually run both, although my gear setup wasn’t yet 100% immaculate when I was plotting some of the links. I dropped Endurance Charge on Melee Stun Support Endurance Charge on Melee Stun Support in favor of the extra aura, since I have chance on kill anyways.
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    Hi, slightly confused, I have both the glorious vanity jewel and the soul tether belt and yet upon changing my ascendancy passives to headsman and bane of legends, i don’t retain any life leach, and can’t regen my shield. why is this happening? more importantly i don’t understand why i should retain overleach after changing from Brutal Fervour. PLease, a reply would be appreciated!

    Edited by Wthomas334 on August 20th, 2019

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    On 17/08/2019 at 9:21 PM, Wthomas334 said

    Hi, slightly confused, I have both the glorious vanity jewel and the soul tether belt and yet upon changing my ascendancy passives to headsman and bane of legends, i don’t retain any life leach, and can’t regen my shield. why is this happening? more importantly i don’t understand why i should retain overleach after changing from Brutal Fervour. PLease, a reply would be appreciated!

    Sorry, I’ve been on vacation (and I’m still traveling) so I haven’t had a chance to keep on top of comments as I usually am. Soul Tether Soul Tether grants Life Leech effects are not removed at full life (overleech), however, you leech Energy Shield instead of Life when on Full Life. Corrupted Soul (from Doryani’s Glorious Vanity Glorious Vanity) causes 50% of Non-Chaos Damage to bypass Energy Shield, which helps us ensure that we can fully take advantage of the Life Leech as often as possible, and also provides a decent heap of Energy Shield on its own.

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    On 17/08/2019 at 9:21 PM, Wthomas334 said

    Hi, slightly confused, I have both the glorious vanity jewel and the soul tether belt and yet upon changing my ascendancy passives to headsman and bane of legends, i don’t retain any life leach, and can’t regen my shield. why is this happening? more importantly i don’t understand why i should retain overleach after changing from Brutal Fervour. PLease, a reply would be appreciated!

    Bloodrage to trigger life leech.

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    On 23/08/2019 at 1:56 AM, QuantifySiN said

    Bloodrage to trigger life leech.

    Exactly, and you can further spec into it should you desire, or itemize for it on a piece or two of your gear.

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    On 23/08/2019 at 2:54 AM, Furty said

    On 23/08/2019 at 1:56 AM, QuantifySiN said

    Bloodrage to trigger life leech.

    Exactly, and you can further spec into it should you desire, or itemize for it on a piece or two of your gear.

    Ah, thank you very much, I don’t think I have blood rage equipped

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    On 23/08/2019 at 2:54 AM, Furty said

    On 23/08/2019 at 1:56 AM, QuantifySiN said

    Bloodrage to trigger life leech.

    Exactly, and you can further spec into it should you desire, or itemize for it on a piece or two of your gear.

    Ah, thank you very much, I don’t think I have blood rage equipped

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    How is the aoe change going to effect your build. I’m having issues gaining energy shield, I have the belt and the jewel, any advice?

    Edited by Falco_ on August 30th, 2019

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    hi everyone; i start playing again a week ago, haven’t played for two years, now i was doing a cyclone build, but read abount he nerf, it will still be a good build even after the nerf or better do somthing else?
    thanks for your answers.

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    On 27/08/2019 at 2:22 PM, Falco_ said

    How is the aoe change going to effect your build. I’m having issues gaining energy shield, I have the belt and the jewel, any advice?

    Do you mean gaining Energy Shield from leech? Make sure you have Blood Rage Blood Rage active. Additionally, the Corrupted Soul keystone provided by Glorious Vanity Glorious Vanity means a lot of damage is bypassing the Energy Shield, so you might simply be leeching Life instead.

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    On 30/08/2019 at 9:20 AM, Costa9090 said

    hi everyone; i start playing again a week ago, haven’t played for two years, now i was doing a cyclone build, but read abount he nerf, it will still be a good build even after the nerf or better do somthing else?
    thanks for your answers.

    It should still be very strong, yes.

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    furty, do you have passive trees for 80 and 90? im currently 76 and trying to decide what to choose first

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    On 02/09/2019 at 3:26 AM, Falco_ said

    furty, do you have passive trees for 80 and 90? im currently 76 and trying to decide what to choose first

    I don’t right now, but I’m considering working in Passive Skill order for the next patch as it’s been heavily requested from readers. If you link me your character sheet I can advise. Alternately, if you plan on playing this build in Blight, you can wait for the 3.8 update to the guide where I’ll include a few milestones — Early Mapping, Uber Lab, and End-Game trees.

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    On 02/09/2019 at 1:23 PM, Furty said

    On 02/09/2019 at 3:26 AM, Falco_ said

    furty, do you have passive trees for 80 and 90? im currently 76 and trying to decide what to choose first

    I don’t right now, but I’m considering working in Passive Skill order for the next patch as it’s been heavily requested from readers. If you link me your character sheet I can advise. Alternately, if you plan on playing this build in Blight, you can wait for the 3.8 update to the guide where I’ll include a few milestones — Early Mapping, Uber Lab, and End-Game trees.

    Here you go, I was following a different build prior to yours, it was pretty close so I havent refunded too many passives, i’m currently 80 and want to know where i should be at passive wise, and what to go for between 80-90. https://www.pathofexile.com/account/view-profile/filco_/characters

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    Hello,

    I saw you’re going to update this guide for 3.8. Are the baseline enough to make a league starter despite the cyclone nerf ?

    Edited by ReNacK on September 5th, 2019

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    On 05/09/2019 at 4:44 PM, ReNacK said

    Hello,

    I saw you’re going to update this guide for 3.8. Are the baseline enough to make a league starter despite the cyclone nerf ?

    Definitely still fine. Cyclone Cyclone was in a pretty good place before 3.7 and it remains totally playable and even (dare I say) very strong in 3.8. The only thing that really changed is the spotlight — GGG themselves like to shift it around, but the balance of the skill isn’t skewered.

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    On 03/09/2019 at 7:13 PM, Falco_ said

    On 02/09/2019 at 1:23 PM, Furty said

    On 02/09/2019 at 3:26 AM, Falco_ said

    furty, do you have passive trees for 80 and 90? im currently 76 and trying to decide what to choose first

    I don’t right now, but I’m considering working in Passive Skill order for the next patch as it’s been heavily requested from readers. If you link me your character sheet I can advise. Alternately, if you plan on playing this build in Blight, you can wait for the 3.8 update to the guide where I’ll include a few milestones — Early Mapping, Uber Lab, and End-Game trees.

    Here you go, I was following a different build prior to yours, it was pretty close so I havent refunded too many passives, i’m currently 80 and want to know where i should be at passive wise, and what to go for between 80-90. https://www.pathofexile.com/account/view-profile/filco_/characters

    I’ll take another look and get back to you once I’ve finished the updates to this build!

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    Hello, i’m not english so sorry if i make mistakes.
    So Blight going to be my second league, it is a good idea to start with this build knowing that I am a beginner ?
    It is possible to get this build on Path of Building ? If yes, how ?
    Do you think that Cyclone will be played by as many players as last League ?
    Ty for your work, your guide for the beginners and for the leveling just saved me !

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    On 06/09/2019 at 4:57 PM, XCVIIII said

    Hello, i’m not english so sorry if i make mistakes.
    So Blight going to be my second league, it is a good idea to start with this build knowing that I am a beginner ?
    It is possible to get this build on Path of Building ? If yes, how ?
    Do you think that Cyclone will be played by as many players as last League ?
    Ty for your work, your guide for the beginners and for the leveling just saved me !

    Cyclone Cyclone will definitely not be as popular this league as it was in Patch 3.7 — not only was melee making a renaissance due to the rework, but it was in a much stronger state than in 3.8 Blight.

    It should still be a great build in this league, and a fine choice for league starting.

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