Maybe you have a character YOU whant to build... In that cse we could start together. <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" /> I wonder how to build my char btw... A bowazon... One skill I've GOT to have is (geeze, can't remember the skillnames!) Guided arrow. That's 22 skills And I'm either gonna have strafe or multishot (I LOVE starfe, but I've heard you'll die on hell <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/disagree.gif" alt="" />), so that's either 42 or 41 skillpoints. (Hehe, found the perfect buildsite <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/biggrin.gif" alt="" />. http://www.d2items.com/skills.php )
So, I have:
Strafe 20
Guided arrow 20
Magic arrow 1
Multishot 1
cold arrow 1

Let's go to passive:

Since I'm gonna keep my range, the dodgeskills are pretty useless. BUT! I think I'm going for Valkyrie, so I need one in each, which gives a small dodgechance...

Inner sight lvl 20= defence:-815 % <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/evilgrin1.gif" alt="" />...

New skills are:

Valkyrie 20 (allmost added 230, and yes, it would be nice with a lvl 230 valkyrie <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />)
Dodge/Avoid/evade 1
Inner sight 1
Slow missile 1
decoy 1
Crit strike 11 (starts increasing with only one point at lvl 12...)
Penetrate 1
Pierce 1 (maybe I'll just screw this skill... 23% isn't much, and it's NOT worth it when guided arrow won't pierce...)

So:
Strafe 20
Guided arrow 20
Valkyrie 20
Crittical strike 11
dodge 1
evade 1
avoid 1
inner sight 1
slow missile 1
decoy 1
penetrate 1
Magic arrow 1
Multishot 1
Cold arrow 1
Total 82 skillpoints (around lvl 70 this one's finnished).

Then I'll see what to go for. Maybe some improved dodge (good for both ME and my valkyrie <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/winkwink.gif" alt="" />) or some other valkyrie booster. Decoy increases her life, penetrate her hitting (and my hitting, let's see what I need up there).

As you can see this is FAR from a complete planning, but it will work for a while. Tips?

‹bereil


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