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Saturday, September 15th 2018, 8:28pm

I need a opinion about this build..!

I came up with this build, and I want to know If It would be viable for PvE, and If so, how well It would perform. :o

I did alot reading and I'm aware that builds that focus on either healing/support or dps tend to be more "effective" but I didn't really like any of the builds I found, , so I tried to make build that could do both decently, even If It doesn't "exceed" at doing It.
And before anyone asks.. No, I don't plan using this on PvP, so this build is strictly for PvE. :b
Anyways, any thoughts are appreciated, and If theres anything you think I should change on this build to improve It, please tell me. :3


Wednesday, October 17th 2018, 10:37am

First of all, you have to take Aspect of Assault instead of Aspect of Support.
Warden suppot build is supposed to be used in pvp.

With your talent/ruby, can make$uj0co77g6j…m1s080g::13ydj3

1st build will make more dps than 2nd build even though it's incomplete. But you have to be in melee range and need way more rubies to make perfect build. (with perpect melee dps build and if you can keep stay in melee range, warden is the 1st~2nd single target dps class atm)
2nd build is the actually old warden build. You can stay in ranged. but dps will be just normal.

I removed Leap fall. Warden aoe is bad anyway and having Leaf fall won't change something. It's waste of ruby and talent point.

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