The Carnival - A Guide to Pets

So, with all the forum changes and stuff, I decided to roll all my builds into a single thread + include guide of sorts and make it a pdf for easier viewing.

First, the links to the guide itself:

>> Online Link <<

>> Download Link <<

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(Note: If you are getting any error with the links, try using a VPN)
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List of all my Pet Builds:

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Single Mastery builds :

Occultist: Birds of Bysmiel - Pet Occultist

Necromancer: Ghololol.. - Pet Necromancer

Shaman: Gaia - Pet Shaman

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My Top 5 :

Conjurer: The Fluffy Squishy - Pet Conjurer

Conjurer: The Weeping Queen - Pet Conjurer

Cabalist: Will O Wisp - Pet Cabalist

Ritualist: Ishtar - Pet Ritualist

Conjurer: Sanguine Lupus - Pet Conjurer

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Support Pet Build - Nevermore - Dark_One Pet Conjurer

The SilverCore Series - Mirari - SilverCore Pets

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The rest of my builds :

Conjurer: BirbBringer - Pet Conjurer

Cabalist: The Rawr God - Pet Cabalist

Deceiver: Scheherazade - Pet Deceiver

Conjurer: Korba's Animalery - Pet Conjurer

Cabalist: ScareCrow - Pet Cabalist

Ritualist: The Witch Doctor - Pet Ritualist

Death Knight: Ghouls & Ghosts - Pet Death Knight

Oppressor: The Rawr Fiend - Pet Oppressor

Pyromancer: Fire Birb - Pet Pyromancer

Apostate: Fat & Fwuffy - Pet Apostate

Witchblade: Birbs of War - Pet Witchblade

Defiler: Divine Defiled - Pet Defiler

Apostate: Friede - Pet Apostate

Warlock: The Fat Birb - Pet Warlock

Reaper: Booette - Pet Reaper

Cabalist: Skulls & Bones - Pet Cabalist

Cabalist: Samhain - Pet Cabalist

Cabalist: The Lazy Hour - Pet Cabalist

Cabalist: Woof - Pet Cabalist

Conjurer: OwO - Pet Conjurer

Conjurer: Nocturne - Pet Conjurer

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Meme Pet Conjurer (set-less) - Celes - Pet Conjurer

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A Pic on how I do Crate of Entertainment:

https://i.imgur.com/C6gXDyF.jpg

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Where to Farm:

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Shattered Realms –

Ever wondered what do to after hitting level 100 with the budget builds?
The usual response would be to do Skeleton Key Dungeons on Ultimate and maybe Crucible once you can.

But personally, I would advise against all that. Instead, what I find easiest and at the same time efficient is to do Shattered Realms Shards 65-66 on Normal. You do need to grind your way to there first before you can Craft Celestial Waystones and start on Shard 65, but that is a one time thing and we are talking about doing it on Normal difficulty. So that shouldn’t be a problem.

If you are worried about dying, then don’t be. Unless you are playing on Hardcore where death is permanent ofcourse. Because on Normal, even in Shattered Realms, enemies do not heal their health upon your death. It makes the entire thing much easier compared to Skeleton Key Dungeons and the Crucible.

If you are wondering about what the reward looks like, here it is with my Budget Occultist: https://i.imgur.com/5EbA1oG.jpg

If you are wondering what the reward looks like if you cannot complete it in time: https://i.imgur.com/1cQAd0J.jpg

Now, you might be wondering, why 65-66. Why not say 75-76, maybe.
Well, the answer is simple. It is just easier and there isn’t much of a difference interms of reward.

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Monster Totems –

I just advised to use the Shattered Realm for Farming.
But what if your build isn’t strong enough yet? Or what if you find it boring or taking too long or are simply not interested in it?

Fret not, for we have Monster Totems as an alternative. Monster Totems are a feature designed to make the Corrupted Shrine mechanic a repeatable experience.

Similar to Corrupted Shrines, Totems can be activated by the player to spawn a wave of enemies. When all monsters have been defeated, the Totem will collapse and explode with loot, and grant Experience points.

Unlike Corrupted Shrines, however, the Totems will not grant Devotion Points. Totems can spawn in most areas of Grim Dawn, with locations partially randomized - they will typically spawn in one of three possible places within an area.

And with Pet builds, farming them is easy on any difficulty. While the loot you get from farming these Totems tend to be less than what you get from Shattered Realms, given how easy Totems are, you don’t need to wait till you have a good build to start farming.

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Mini-Guide with the most important info Ripped from the full Guide:

Budget Builds:

Starting out, you won’t have all the fancy sets and items to make the builds given in the previous page. And that is where the budget setups come in. These are by no means intended to be endgame builds, but mere stepping stones that will hopefully help you farm the items you need to become a powerhouse later on.

o) Dodo – Pet Conjurer: https://www.grimtools.com/calc/4ZDvk8Y2
o) Rawr – Pet Cabalist: https://www.grimtools.com/calc/M2g7rbv2
o) Doctor – Pet Ritualist: https://www.grimtools.com/calc/nZobREQV

o) Birb – Pet Occultist: https://www.grimtools.com/calc/aZq4e4mV
o) Boo – Pet Necromancer: https://www.grimtools.com/calc/w266B6A2


How to level

In the guide, you will find build diaries chronicling my journey through the world of Grim Dawn, but I will be writing down a basic Skill & Devotion path here, for you to follow just in case. No information regarding items will be given here though, since that will take too much space.

However do note that it is intended to be used when you have both Ashes of Malmouth and Forgotten Gods expansion or at the very least, Ashes of Malmouth. In other words, it is not for those who only have base game.

Another thing to note is that this section will only contain information on Single Mastery Occultist and Necromancer. That way, I can cover pretty much all Viable Pet mastery combinations.

Shaman based ones without Necromancer/Occultist as support mastery are still viable, but I don’t like them and hence haven’t actually leveled any. So I won’t be talking about those here.

Now without further delay, let us move onto the stuff you are reading this for, unless you are here for my personal stash of Ice Cream. If that is the case, know that I will defend it with everything I have!

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Occultist:

We will be focusing on Hellhound, Familiar and Elemental Damage. If you are going for a Conjurer, it is recommended that you put enough points in Shaman early on, to get a 16/16 Briarthorn before going back to focus on the Occultist Side.

If you are going for a Cabalist, it is recommended that you put enough points in Necromancer early on, to get a 16/16 Blight Fiend before going back to focus on the Occultist Side. However, do note that it is optional and not necessary for success.

Devotions:–

Purple Crossroads > Shepherd’s Call > Remove Purple
Green Crossroads > Raven > Rhowan’s Crown > Remove Green
Blue Crossroads > Eel > 4 points in Amatok (for Blizzard)
Yellow Crossroads > Tortoise > Remove Yellow
Sailor’s Guide > Crane > Panther > Solemn Watcher
Ishtak + 4 points in Tree of Life (for Healing Rain)

Skills:–

Lvl 10 – 16/16 Familiar, 1/16 Mend Flesh.
Lvl 20 – 16/16 Hellhound, 1/10 Curse of Frailty, 7/10 Vulnerability, 1/16 Blood of Dreeg, 1/12 Storm Spirit.
Lvl 30 – 5/10 Curse of Frailty, 10/10 Vulnerability, 1/12 Ember Claw, 16/16 Blood of Dreeg.
Lvl 40 – 12/12 Lightning Strike, 1/12 Aspect of the Guardian, 7/12 Bonds of Bysmiel.
Lvl 50 – 12/12 Manipulation, 1/12 Infernal Breath.
Lvl 60 – 12/12 Bonds of Bysmiel, 12/12 Possession.
Lvl 70 – 12/12 Storm Spirit, 12/12 Aspect of the Guardian.
Lvl 80 – 12/12 Ember Claw, 12/12 Infernal Breath.
Lvl 90 – 10/10 Curse of Frailty, 16/16 Mend Flesh.
Lvl 94 – Respec as needed, according to the build you are going for.

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Necromancer:

We will be focusing on Skeletons first before respec’ing halfway through, into Blight Fiends & Reap Spirit and then going back to invest points in Skeletons later on. The reason for this is that Skeletons struggle Mid-game and hence the shifting of focus for a bit helps make things a bit easier.

If you are going for a Ritualist, it is recommended that you put enough points in Shaman early on, to get a 16/16 Briarthorn before going back to focus on the Necromancer Side. However, do note that it is optional and not necessary for success. For a Cabalist, starting Occultist first is recommended.

Devotions:–

Purple Crossroads > Shepherd’s Call > Remove Purple
Green Crossroads > Raven > Blue Crossroads > Eel
Red Crossroads > Viper > Murmur > Remove Red
Scholar’s Light > Remove Raven > Remove Green
4 points in Manticore (for Acid Spray) > Sailor’s Guide
Yellow Crossroads > Crane > Panther > Stag
Ishtak + 4 points in Tree of Life (for Healing Rain)

Skills:–

Lvl 10 – 16/16 Raise Skeletons, 1/12 Undead Legion.
Lvl 20 – 14/16 Summon Blight Fiend, 12/12 Undead Legion, 1/16 Ravenous Earth (RE).
Lvl 30 – 16/16 Summon blight Fiend, 12/12 Rotting Fumes, 6/12 Will of the Crypt.
Lvl 40 – Remove points from RE, Raise Skeletons and its nodes, 12/12 Blight Burst, 1/1 Unstable Anomaly, 16/16 Reap Spirit, 11/12 Master of Death.
Lvl 50 – 1/12 Spectral Binding, 1/10 Spectral Wrath, 16/16 Raise Skeletons, 1/12 Undead Legion.
Lvl 60 – 12/12 Master of Death, 12/12 Will of the Crypt, 8/10 Spectral Wrath.
Lvl 70 – 10/10 Spectral Wrath, 12/12 Spectral Binding, 8/10 Call of the Grave.
Lvl 80 – 10/10 Call of the Grave, 10/10 Mark of Torment, 1/16 Bone Harvest, 1/12 Dread, 6/12 Soul Harvest.
Lvl 90 – 12/12 Soul Harvest, 1/16 RE, 12/12 Decay.
Lvl 94 – Respec as needed, according to the build you are going for.

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If you only have the base game:

The Sammich Demon: https://www.grimtools.com/calc/q2MrnXbV

Note: The above build is untested, except for the devotion setup, which should be solid.
Note II: The above build is also a budget build aimed at providing you with an idea of what to go for when starting out.
Note III: For Relic, you can go with the best one you find. But the Blueprint for the Relic “Savage” can be bought from the merchant Agarrad in Port Valbury. The Blueprints for “Rampage” & “Inferno”, the relics required to make “Savage”, can be bought from Marris Kas, the merchant in Steps of Torment or from the merchant Karros Adal at Bastion of Chaos.

If you are wondering how to level it up, unfortunately, I cannot be of much use here with base game only since the expansions have added too much content. But hopefully I can be of some help in atleast pointing you in the right direction.

Abilities -

Lvl 10 – 16/16 Familiar, 1/16 Mend Flesh.
Lvl 20 – 16/16 Hellhound, 1/10 Curse of Frailty, 7/10 Vulnerability, 1/16 Blood of Dreeg, 1/12 Storm Spirit.
Lvl 30 – 5/10 Curse of Frailty, 10/10 Vulnerability, 1/12 Ember Claw, 16/16 Blood of Dreeg.
Lvl 40 – 12/12 Lightning Strike, 1/12 Aspect of the Guardian, 7/12 Bonds of Bysmiel.
Lvl 50 – 12/12 Manipulation, 1/12 Infernal Breath.
Lvl 60 – 12/12 Bonds of Bysmiel, 12/12 Possession.
Lvl 70 – 12/12 Storm Spirit, 12/12 Aspect of the Guardian.
Lvl 80 – 12/12 Ember Claw, 12/12 Infernal Breath.

You can put enough points in Shaman after getting Familiar, to get a 16/16 Briarthorn before going back to focus on the Occultist Side. In that case, you use the points that would otherwise go to Ember Claw & Infernal Breath. Also, if going for Briarthorn, get Curse of Frailty to 10/10.

After level 80, you can change points to whatever your final build is going to be :yum:

Devotions -

Purple > Shepherd’s Crook
Green > Raven > Rhowan’s Crown > Remove Green
Yellow > Assassin’s Blade > Remove Yellow
Blue > Sailor’s Guide > Amatok the spirit of winter (4 points to get Blizzard)
Empty Throne > Scholar’s Light > Hawk
Mogdrogen the Wolf > Leviathan

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If you have Ashes of Malmouth Expansion, but not Forgotten Gods:

(Note that the leveling process is more or less the same as for the full game even without Forgotten Gods expansion)

Flying Dodo – Pet Conjurer: https://www.grimtools.com/calc/O2GOGAq2
Budget Version: https://www.grimtools.com/calc/M2g7kW62

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Items :

What items you may find on your journey through the world of Grim Dawn is something neither of us can predict. The future is uncertain and so we shall simply manipulate it to our advantage rather than waste time trying to prophesize it.

And so, we will focus on what you are guaranteed to find and ignore chance. For example, Fettan Mask is an Epic level Head Armor that provides +1 to all skills. It can be found inside an Urn Cluster near the Maw of Apesh, in a secret area of the Korvan Sands, west of the Riftgate. But when it does come to chance, there are certain guidelines you can follow.

o. Resistances are important. That of the summoner and that of the minions.

o. Anything that improves the Pets in any way or form is good.

o. Anything that provides extra Pets is also good.

o. Anything that provides “+# to Skills” is also good.

o. Anything that Converts Pet damage into the intended type is great.

o. Since the summoner will not be fighting alongside their minions, anything that only improves offensive capabilities for the summoner is bad and should be avoided.


Early Monster Infrequents (MIs) to look out for:

Korvaak’s Burning-Blade (Weapon) [Elemental Pet builds]

Salazar’s Sovereign Blade (Weapon) [General Use]

Warden’s Judgment (Weapon) [General Use / Skeleton Pet builds]

Scorpius Pummeler (Weapon) [Poison Pet builds]

Bargoll’s Core (Weapon) [Cabalists]

Bloodsworn Codex (Off-Hand) [Briarthorn]

Bound Wraith (Off-Hand) [General Use / Primal Spirit]

Bloodsworn Signet (Jewelry - Ring) [General Use]

Wendigo Gaze (Jewelry – Medal) [General Use / Briarthorn]

Bysmiel-Sect Legguards (Pants) [General Use]

Chosen Visage (Helmet) [Occultist]

Spectral Crown (Helmet) [Necromancer / Skeleton Pet builds]

Ascendant Cowl (Helmet) [Briarthorn]

Zaria’s Pendant (Amulet) [Briarthorn / Hellhound / General Use]

Halion’s Crest (Medal) [General Use / Hellhound / Primal Spirit]


Some low level components to look out for:

Wardstone, Aether Soul & Black Tallow - Amulets & Medals

Soul Shard - Rings, Amulets & Medals

Imbued Silver & Purified Salt - Weapons & Off-Hands

Silk Swatch - Shoulder, Chest & Leg Armor

Runestone - Head Armor

Antivenom Salve, Dense Fur, Rigid Shell & Molten Skin - Armor


What stats to look for in Items:

One of the frequently asked questions I come across is about which stats to prioritize when it comes to deciding between 2 items and choosing which to keep and which to discard. Unfortunately, there is no simple answer to that. It depends upon what you have, what you don’t have & what you need. And yes, I know that for someone just starting out, that is not exactly helpful either.

So instead, I will answer the question like this;

  • Prioritize the Summoner’s Defenses first and foremost. The reason is that if your pets die, they can be resummoned. If they are not doing much damage, it only results in taking longer to kill stuff. But no amount of pet survivability or damage will matter if their Master has a hard time Surviving. Also, since pets will be doing all the damage, Offensive Stats for the Summoner is not needed.

  • So, going by above, you should be looking for Resistances, Defensive Ability, Health & Armor (with decent Armor Absorption too).

  • Once the Summoner has enough to Survive without trouble, you should look towards your pets. Here too, your priority should be Defenses first. But for pets, that comes from Resistances. So the rest of the defensive stats can be ignored without consequence.

  • Then comes Pet Damage, Speed, Offensive Ability & Critical Damage.

Now while all that should prove to be a decent enough guideline to follow, there are still a few issues with that answer.

For example, you almost always want extra Pets over everything else as one of the strengths of Pet builds lie in their numbers.

But things are seldom that easy. See, Quantity without Quality is worthless. So numbers alone aren’t enough. You need those Pets to be Individually Strong too. And that means you need +X to Skills, for no realistic amount of stats from items will compare to maxing out the Pet and its respective Skills.

Also, Pet builds tend to be Skill Point heavy. So you need every single extra point you can get so that you don’t need to make compromises and cut corners. But still, if all those pets have zero resistances then they are going to get shredded like paper.

So the trick is to find the Balance between everything. Fortunately, Grim Dawn can be rather forgiving when it comes to making mistakes and Respec’ing is rather cheap and easy provided you do not overdo it like crazy.

So in the end, do not be afraid to experiment. After all, that is half the fun and fiddling about until you find a build that feels perfect for you can be quite rewarding.

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Faction choices:

Ally yourself with The Outcast (Anasteria) and with Barrowholm. The Rest don’t matter as Kymon’s vs Vigil is irrelevant and you can go with any of the Witch God Cults as choosing one does not lock you out of the other two.

Pet Stance:

Most pets have three stances; Normal, Defensive & Aggressive. To toggle it, right click on the pet health bar, on the top left, after summoning it. The default stance is Normal. If you want to use a different stance, you have to set it manually for every pet you have and re-set it each game session. I prefer to put everything on Aggressive since the “Leash” range on pets is otherwise too short. You can experiment with it to see which works best for you. Note that for pets that do not display a portrait with health bar, you cannot manually set their stances.

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Recommended Stats for Endgame –

  • For Pets, this is what I personally like:

150%+ HP
1000%+ Total dmg
90%+ attack speed
50%+ cast speed
100%+ Crit dmg
40%+ OA

  • As for the player:

2600+ DA, Capped primary resistances, 40%+ Phys res.
You can get by without overcapping Aether/Chaos and without focusing on armor.

But ofcourse, builds vary a lot and the required amount of stats and how much you can actually get depends on your build and what your goals are. The above should still be a decent amount to aim for, however.

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If you want Pet builds without going for a Pet Class:

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Note that these are meme builds and hence do not expect much from them in terms of performance or power.

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Battlemage: Bottle Fwuffy - Pet Battlemage

Purifier: Crazy Fwuffy - Pet Purifier

Dervish: Fwuffy's Harbinger - Pet Dervish

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I find google drive useful for that, just create “shared link” to the file and if someone clicks on that link they will be able to download it. Like my fire paladin guide : https://drive.google.com/open?id=1t8fUaO9hGxlGEg4lbhrUtqXw5OTOjw8i

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Need a google account for that. I have taken a vow never to make one ever since they added the phone verification requirement. I had an older account but ended up losing it somehow.

But yeah, war with google acounts :stuck_out_tongue:

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Dropbox is nice too but it costs money.
I think https://wetransfer.com/ looks nice too.

EDIT: I saw you added more links now, great!

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You forgot about swarmy bois :worried:

Very impressive work though, I admit I didn’t know a few things before.

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Dropbox is just as ‘free’.



Dropbox Help Article

To prevent abuse, Dropbox accounts have the following limits:

  • Basic (free) accounts: 20 GB of bandwidth and 100,000 downloads per day
  • Plus, Professional, and Business accounts: 200 GB and unlimited downloads per day

If it’s bandwidth you’re concerned about I think a GD pet .pdf isn’t
in any danger of exceeding 20GB’s of bandwidth in a day.

As far as ‘storage size’ is concerned, I suspect Dropbox is in the
same ballpark (2GB’s?) as your WeTransfer. One isn’t anymore
‘free’ than the other from what I can see.


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I didn’t exactly forget :stuck_out_tongue:, I didn’t include it for the same reason I didn’t include things like Webweavers. That you need to attack to summon them. Not really hard when You have things like Curse of Frailty, but I would then have to add in the rest of item based pets.

Hence the thing about “without requiring any special conditions”. Exceptions only made for Eldritch Hound and Reap Sprit because Devotion pet and Mastery one.

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Updated some stuff. Skills section done. Build Dairy in the works. :cow:

Also, if you have something particular in mind that you’d like to see in the guide, let me know.

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That is of course true, the basic dropbox is free. Thanks for pointing that out!

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I can’t seem to pass the human verification on DropBox apparently…

Will get someone else to do it for me :joy:

EDIT: Nvm, it asks me to install it first before I can use it. No Dropbox links then :rage:

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Impressive writing !

I find Mediafire.com reliable host, I’ve used it for > 10 years, all links are stil alive after that

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Ty ty :heart:

As for mediafire, that captcha thing though…

(I have a hard time with those, I am starting to think I am not human)

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That’s kinda funny 'cuz I have -

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An accurate portrayal of me when I am met with those image Captcha things :space_invader:

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Linked every single one of my FG Pet builds to the OP :yum: