I used Ghoul cause without it build can die and isn’t much faster anyway.
The new speccs are for SR only. You would hate it in Crucible: Less RR and Terrifying of War Cry.
Warlord is a mean Crit Machine.
@Rhylthar, have you seen any updates to the build/gearing since 1.1.5 actually launched? I’m assuming not, but would prefer to ask since I’m just about to dig in to the witchblade version.
PS: thanks for doing the whole suite of bleed builds. I’m very interested to try one, and that is the best match I found for what I wanted.
No, sadly no new gear. I made a post about the new ring because it feels too…generic and isn´t really an upgrade to any of the builds.
Devotion-wise we got 2 % ADctH for free on Fox and I got a little fed up with the Ghoul/Revenant-Meta especially about Ghoul because a lot of the builds don´t have enough Pierce/Physical Damage to make Ghoul a real impact for my taste.
So I tried to implent Dryad where I can, sometimes with losing a little bit of RR and therefore damage but the results are quite good.
Witchblade is kind of nice, next to Trickster (my true love ) and Warlord my favourite.
I was more interested in the build after I read your comment to that effect. Thanks for confirming my belief that it didn’t really change from the pre-release version. <3
Can I ask what is almost certainly a stupid question? Why do we have Viper in the Constellation here?
A) Blue and Red Points.
B) Energy Management.
Okay lol. I was wondering if everything I knew about the word “elemental” in Grim Dawn had been wrong this whole time.
Slightly different setup: GRIMTOOLS with Scales of Ulcama
Boots could be changed to Windshear Greaves for a little more Damage and DA (some points in Spirit are needed), slightly loss of Resistance Overcap.
This one escaped my notice. Very cool use of hybrid phys and non traditional bleed playstyle with that much lifesteal.