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    Telaran
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    Default Leveling as Sabetour?

    I'm gonna say it, Sabetours are freaking fun as hell, I don't care if they are OP in PvP, they are fun.

    I have seen their potential to blow mobs up while solo questing incredibly quick, would this be an efficent way to level? I would assume a secondary soul would be ranger. Any thoughts?

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    Soloing as a Sab/NB is quite fast. Usually your first combo will do 75-100% of the mobs hp. This can let you kill them before they even agro on you. The problem with this build is that it's hard to do more than one mob at a time and you can't kill some elites(major rift mobs). Sab isn't the fastest leveler though. I'm not sure about the melee souls but I'm pretty sure ranger beats out sab if you spec dps.

    Sorry I wasn't clear. I wouldn't personally go ranger secondary on Sab. It lowers your dps in return for a tank pet. Plus at 30 you'll have to invest 24 points into ranger so your pet is still able to tank.
    Last edited by `xell; 02-23-2011 at 06:27 PM.

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    I'm not supposed to talk about Sabo damage. Just go with it.

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    Lol yeah Keven, keep it on the Down Low.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinBacon12 View Post
    I'm not supposed to talk about Sabo damage. Just go with it.
    So what souls would you pick to complement this damage for PvE leveling

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    just go ranger when soloing, and full sab when you need to mow **** down for groups.

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