GT: https://www.grimtools.com/calc/M2g4yOYV --> Swapped out seal of the night for coldstone because x1x1x1x2 is smarter than me.
Shoutout to the legends out there, with notable thanks to korsar and veretragna.
With this guide, I conclude my unofficial series of WIP specs I’ve been meaning to post. And I’ve saved my personal favorite for last - the cold blademaster.
And as my favorite, I must admit that I GDstashed some godly greens just to see what this guy can do.
I’ll list out some very competitive, and much cheaper options below.
I did the math here, and I could be wrong, but IIRC with beronath shard and with WPS, the average WD per autoattack comes out to around 243%.
While not phenomenal, I think it’s not too shabby for a component granted main attack.
You also have a pretty nice amount of RR going on here: -111% to be precise.
Look at the GT link, but it’s pretty damn substantial with healthy armor, phys res, dodge, fumble, ghoul, and mobility.
Playstyle in the crucy
Again, I’m no fluff in the crucy, but I’d recommend using SS to reposition yourself at the edge of mobs. Going back and forth the extremes of packs allows you to avoid a lot of on-floor AoE, while giving you a second or two to isolate a priority target.
I do think that at least one of these greens is a must (not with the specific affixes, however) to ensure you can fix your resists, but feel free to mix and match them with:
Shoes: Greaves of ill omen
Pants: Nidalla’s legwrap, really great pants, chausses of barbaros
Amulet: Mage slayer’s protector, m. executioner’s judgement, m. night’s embrace
Questions? Comments? Suggestions?
EDIT: I believe timing could be more than a minute shorter if it weren’t for an issue with the button on the side of my mouse - I couldn’t reliably proc LA.