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    Default leveling build

    looking for a leveling build for a new warrior

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    Option 1 Paragon


    Very good target swich, bursty, highly mobile. (Berzerker style)
    Like a shaolin with proper weapons.
    Spoiler!




    Alternate: Riftblade

    Very Flexible dps, Riftblade is the 70 top dps spec. (Shaman/ element style)
    Your weapon is charged with Planar energy, ready to unleash.
    Spoiler!


    For both Versions: When the Soultree restricts you from putting points into Paragon/ Riftblade you spend it into Warlord.

    If you have DLC souls purchased let me know.
    Paragon can be simplified into absurdity with Macros.

    If you want a very special experience on level 66-70 let me know.
    Last edited by Shas; 02-02-2020 at 03:26 PM.


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    i have all the soul packs

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    Tempest used to scale wrong and op.

    Combine it with at least 4 Warlord and go to town.
    Unless any ability changes effected the low level performance it should be very quick.

    The effective level spec is valued upon ttk, downtime, mobility with a bonus on aoe performance and evasion.
    Tempest has very flexible & direct range damage which happens to makes mobs melt quite efficient

    Tempest used to be a beast ever since SL until ca. lvl 63
    Then you can continue with one of the other two.

    If you want to stick to 1-70, pick Para / Rb which i mentioned first.


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    Until lvl 35/40 , pretty much any spec levels reasonable quick, even Paladin, Warchanter etc. But all the specs in the game scale different throughout the levelranges.
    For example Mage raging Storm is oneshoting until 'true level'17 (also when sidekicked) and then suddenly drops.
    Pyro and Beastmaster are a head of the curve in 28-38.
    Paragon stays good and rises more and more. Riftblade- aswell as Tempest exploit the lack of resist most mobs have and unless mana classes, the nonphysical damage only really needs a strong Weapon.

    -> Rift has no penalty for dual wielding from level 1 up.
    -> When dual wielding, only your mainhand contributes it's weapon dps range x1.3 ontop of your total attackpower ,the offhand only contributes it's raw stats and has it's dps ignored.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shas View Post
    Wellcome

    Option 1 Paragon


    Very good target swich, bursty, highly mobile. (Berzerker style)
    Like a shaolin with proper weapons.
    Spoiler!




    Alternate: Riftblade

    Very Flexible dps, Riftblade is the 70 top dps spec. (Shaman/ element style)
    Your weapon is charged with Planar energy, ready to unleash.
    Spoiler!


    For both Versions: When the Soultree restricts you from putting points into Paragon/ Riftblade you spend it into Warlord.

    If you have DLC souls purchased let me know.
    Paragon can be simplified into absurdity with Macros.

    If you want a very special experience on level 66-70 let me know.
    hey u can send a marco for the builds please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sproker View Post
    hey u can send a marco for the builds please?

    Not a whole lot to macro in Riftblade.
    In Paragon, you can slap most of your builders together.

    I recommend testing around with macros yourself. Not only is posting 'one big macro' impossible for somethign that is ment to change and unlock over time- but you basically can't do anything wrong on Paragon macros while getting a hang on it.

    Just know that each macro press uses the highest available ability in the list and fires one ability for one button press. USe this as a basis and test around.

    #show Rising Waterfall
    suppressmacrofailures
    cast Rising Waterfall
    cast Swift Strike

    You will see how it uses Swift Strike as long as the requirements for Rising Waterfall are not met.

    (while in the macro menu, you can click abilities in your Spellbook to add them with a cast command)


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    Leveling as reaver riftblade and WC is great easy to wreck mobs and not die.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forrsaken View Post
    Leveling as reaver riftblade and WC is great easy to wreck mobs and not die.

    Not expecting people to have the Warchanter Dlc when they look for help during leveling.
    Their guild will explain Chanter etc at one point anyway, when they decide to keep playing and dlc's become an option.

    Vampiric Essence on lvl 50+ already takes care of most of the healing.

    But yes, ofc
    Last edited by Shas; 09-11-2020 at 03:09 PM.


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