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Haven't been playing a ton, but I did put some time in today feeding bloodshards to my Necro, and have most of the pieces in place. biggest gaps atm are INT based endless walk set, as I've got her equipped with the dex set I use for my Shadow DH setup, and a Krysbin's Sentence ring.
Not much in the way of Ancients at this point though, and her sheet damage is still very low.
Sitting right at the P700 mark, and need around 730ish (i think) to hit the 1k mark in NS.
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GR93 cleared with Bloodlancer at P820 with 2 augments.
Still trying to get used to Bloodlancer playstyle at that level. There's a lot of nuances that i have to pick up and I need to commit it to muscle memory since I still use Rathma for the prior GRs. Rathma is definitely a more relaxing and consistent playstyle up to GR87 at this point for me.
The thing that sucks about trag Bloodlancer is it's the same experience no matter if it's a "good rift" or "s*** rift", GR80 or GR100. Paragon 500 or paragon 2000. Regardless if you find it boring or fun it's just a broken setup.
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@Hi_C Actually, i dont think its true. Have you tried TO Bloodlancer at high GRs? I mean the build has decent mitigation and makes lower GR nothing special. In fact, I would say it is less efficient to run lower GRs with Bloodlancer compared to something like lazystorm.
Up to a certain point, I would say mid 80s to early 90s, you need to stack all the defensive/mobility options together to survive. Unlike what the general sentiments are, you can't rolfstomp through high GRs because even trash can 1-3shots you. I have played other builds which depend on periodic bursts like S2M2 Dh and to a lesser extent Firebirds, all which involves elite hunting. But TO Bloodlancer has the highest learning curve of them all for me.
I will admit I am not a good player simply because my reflexes sucks. I genuinely have a l2p issue with Bloodlancer, which I am trying to git gud at. It is indeed one of the most fish-heavy builds out there, but if the gamer is good with his skills and reflexes, there can be less dependency on fishing.
Completed the transition to Shadow DH. Already knocked out two conquest and will do boss mode later today or tomorrow. Season effectively complete and looking forward to retiring back to BotW until 2.6.1 :P
Paragon 608. Only ancient for Shadow set is the weapon and it's far from perfect.