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Path of Exile 3.3 Marauder Berserker Builds

The Berserker is geared towards getting inside the heat of combat, with many of their skills requiring killing or getting hit lately. These bonuses include things like harm, life leech, and warcry enhancements. Additionally they have access to Rage. The more Rage built up, the much more harm and speed bonuses they get, but additionally the additional damage as time passes the take. This class aims for attack-oriented character builds.

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[PoeE 3.3 Builds] 15c BF BoR Champion/Zerker- Shaper/Guardians/Red Elder & Guardians/Uber Lab/Atziri

The build is fine on Berserker. I was waiting for the patch notes to let you all know if its dead or not as it relies mostly on Bloodseeker still having insta-leech and less on anything else. Given that it’s still alive, everyone can proceed to give it a shot. I do imagine shaped items will be much a lot more expensive now since everybody knows how powerful they are. I would go with Relentless Fury as a stat-stick for clearing and Death’s Hand when you can afford it (should be like 1c within a couple of days of the league).

Upgrade to a shaper stat-stick when you can and if you can’t sustain both Blood Rage and Crave the Slaughter, get rid of blood rage. You don’t really need frenzy charges for clearing and for bosses you have frenzy anyways. Ascendancy points remain the same.

Offensively we acquire just under 100k DPS with the exact same setup.
– We have 100% chance to hit and the build becomes cheaper as you don’t need to worry about accuracy on gear at all.
– Enemies are permanently intimidated by 10% more harm
– Enemies are permanently taunted for another 20% a lot more damage.
– We always have adrenaline up because as you are all well aware, we hit low life pretty darn often. That’s another 100% increased damage and 25% increased attack speed.

Defensively
– We always have fortify up already from whirling blades, so we get from that an extra 1000 evasion and armor as well as stun immunity so we can go for the reduced reflected harm Pantheon instead. (also adds some harm)
– Adrenaline gives us 10% additional physical damage reduction
– Regenerate 2% life per second since we permanently taunt
– 6% reduced global damage taken since we permanently taunt.

We still leech 31k life/second and I tried testing if that’s enough by removing ascendancy nodes entirely from my far more expensive setup which brought me to a lower overall dps than the champion build and lower life leech. I tested Shaper like that and I killed him deathless while testing stuff like face-tanking his beam so I do think our life leech is extra than enough without berserker. This is the only reason I’m not making the full recommendation to switch over though since I won’t know for sure if it’s enough until I play through with the full ascendancy. But I think it’ll be fine and I’ll update when I know for sure.

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Different Foods for Different Races in ESO – Official Cookbook

I’m wrapping up work on the official ES/Skyrim cookbook, and am trying to tie up a few loose ends here and there. Most importantly, I’m trying to make sure that there’s at least one recipe for each race so that everyone has a little representation. Obviously there’s plenty to go around for the Nords and Imperials, and I have a Breton dish or two, some ash yams and saltrice for the the Dunmer, as well as some recipes for the Khajiit.

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Notably, though, I’m missing dishes for some of the Elves (Wood/Bos and High/Alt), Orcs, Redguard, and Argonians. Here’s what my brainstorming has come up with, but I’d welcome any other ideas!

1. Bosmer – mostly they eat raw or cooked meat, as I understand it. Some feel the Green Pact does not extend to them using dead plant products harvested by others, though, so it’s not completely out of the question for them to burn wood, at least outside Valenwood. There’s also a loading screen that says ”Thanks to the Green Pact, the more industrious Wood Orcs of Valenwood have prospered by mining coal and kindlepitch and selling it to the Bosmer, who won’t cut down trees for wood to burn, but still need to fire their forges.”

2. Altmer – In Skywatch there’s a festival called the Defiance Festival going on, where various celebrants talk about the food available: smoked meat, peacock confit, honey beer, candied nectar bread, and Isquelian Brandy. For the provisioning craft there’s Firsthold Fruit and Cheese Plate For drinks there’s Cloudrest Golden Ale, Cloudrest Clarified Coffee, Lillandril Tonic Tea, Shimmerene Tonic, Crystal Tower Whiskey, also on Summerset there are a bunch of vineyards.

3. Orsimer – I get the impression that these guys have heavy, hearty foods, usually with meat. Of note there’s some quests relating to Orcish cuisine in ESO: first there’s the New Life Festival quest, where you collect meat and honeycomb for Honeyed Wolf Pie, and there’s also Bitter Goat Cheese, with Betnikh Spiked Ale or Betnikh Twice-Spiked Ale on the side. There is also a series of quests for an orc named Orzorga where you collect ingredients for the feast she’s making for the king, based on traditional Orcish recipes.

4. Redguard – I don’t know as much about their food, but the recipes available in ESO are Gilane Garlicky Greens, Port Hunding Cheese Fries (though at least my guildmates and I think cheese fries is an odd thing that doesn’t seem to fit in), Rihad Beef and Garlic Salad, Elinhir Roast Antelope, Redguard Venison Pie, Stros M’Kai Grilled Seagull, Dragonstar Radish Kebabs, Taneth Chili Cheese Corn. Drinks: Elinhir Qishr, Rihad Qishr, Old Hegathe Lemon Kaveh, Bergama Warming Fire (Special page). Some of the Redguard-style furnishings feature kebabs.

5. Argonians – They definitely eat fish, it’s one of their main foods. I assume they probably do cook them, since in the New Life Festival quest when you catch fish and bring them to the Argonian that will prepare them she’s standing next to a cooking fire. The recipes in the game are Argonian Pumpkin Stew, Stormhold Baked Bananas, Blackwood Stuffed Banana Leaves, Argonian Saddle-Cured Rabbit, Lilmoth Garlic Hagfish. Drinks: Argonian Mud-Nectar, Xanmeer Brandy. Also in the novels The Infernal City and Lord of Souls, one of the main characters was Argonian and he ate just about anything, including some sort of soup his Breton friend made that included melon rind and an egg. Pretty sure it mentioned him fishing a couple times too.

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Effective 9 Tips On How To Come Up With PoE Builds

In Path of Exile, for some players, they may have no idea how people come up with builds. Do you just pick a skill, and then sit there with poebuilder and pick random paths until the numbers look good? Remember the following steps, I hope that will help you.

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1. Pick a skill, pick a delivery method then pick a class and Ascendancy.

2. Dual Wield Sword Crit Static Strike as Duelist Guardian.

3. Path to as many life nodes as you can. (don’t go CI until you have practice making builds)

4. Once you can get 200% increased life, then try to find paths to get you defenses as well. Note the nodes that give you a lot of what you need and priorize those (like the nodes that give you life and defense). Take nodes along the way that give you the damage that you need (in my case, sword, dual wield, and crit nodes)

5. Try to shoot for only as many points spent as you can get at level 85 or so. If your build sucks, you’ll burn out trying to xp past this point, or perhaps earlier. Keeping an eye on poe orbs buy can also make things easier.

6. Now load in your skills into Path of Building, choose reasonable pieces of gear you know you can attain – uniques are good for starters – and then configure everything fairly. (that is, don’t turn on enemy is shocked unless you can guarantee shock uptime)

7. With your tree filled in, skills chosen, and items slotted, path of building will show you what to expect from it. At this point, if things suck, its probably best to move on. If the damage is reasonable, but not great, then try to fix the tree to path through more efficient areas, and more efficient nodes.

8. Tweak your gear a bit, tweak your tree, and never be satisfied with what you have. Throw poebuilder in the trash. Path of Building is what you want.

If you are new to the game and don’t want to mess up your first build, follow some build guide from our website. Another option is to just mess around yourself and see how things work.

Why It’s An Entirely Different Build From Aila’s Occultist RF – PoE

Playing Aila’s RF build helped me understand why he’s so fast now, though I think the leveling is really weak and could be improved heavily. Unfortuantely I have my doubts that the build will be viable in 3.3 due to Vaal Discipline changes and possible EE changes that they’ve hinted towards wanting to do. If it is possible, Ignite changes might bring some better leveling methods. But I really do not recommend this build unless your goal is to push for 100 as fast as possible in a SSF setting.

Aila Occultist RF

The main things that I could improve on:
1. Early game could have been better.

2. I forgot to check Zana for maps immediately after Kitava and accidentally leveled her from a daily as well, resulting in 2 missed map restocks in the first 24 hours. This can result in a massive time loss unless you get super lucky with map drops. Buying maps off Zana is essential for jumpstarting your atlas progression and getting high bonus fast.

3. I should have used all my ancient orbs hunting for Bisco’s Leash as soon as possible. This boosted my clearspeed more than anything else that was reasonable to get.

4. I should have given up on the 6 link way earlier. I used over 3445 fuses without getting a 6 link, which is 287 chaos worth of fuses in SSF. This meant I had to chaos my maps which made it really hard to run t14+ as I couldn’t afford zana mods, and also resulted in xp loss. I wanted the 6 link because I needed all the damage I can get for when elder void portals show up. Also should be noted Vorici is not an option as it requires Vorici 7 which takes way too much time due to map backtracking, shitty missions, etc.

5. Not going along with the top left map meta meant that I had to check the zones for mods myself. Poecraft always had the top left maps listed because that’s what people are running. Good example of what I mean here, about 5 minutes after a zone mod reset: http://puu.sh/Am3As/5bf230bffb.png

6. Filter. Aila’s filters are super fine tuned for what he does, and that helps a lot. And honestly, I actually think him having less stash tabs is really useful for him due to being forced to stay organized. I was surviving on like 6-7 stash tabs but even then, I was keeping a lot of stuff that I simply didn’t need. Towards the end I just started dumping things in a quad tab and gained the discipline to not loot things that I wouldn’t eventually need, but you’ll see a lot of the stuff I got because of potential to reroll + sparrog finished first 100 so I slowed down.

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A Preview Of The New 3D Art For PoE Existing Unique Items

In Path of Exile official website, GGG shared a preview of the new 3D art for the Mark of the Red Covenant and the long-awaited Anticipation and Surrender. In addition to a new league, new skills, skill revamps, new items and more, they’ll also be adding 3D art for a selection of existing unique items.

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What are the player’s thoughts of this a preview of the new 3D art?

“My personal favourite is the council mask. It’s a great skin. Doesn’t work with every setup though, so there is that. Eber’s unification is a really simple and decent one. Skullhead can be good.”

“Bone helmet(The base) is one of the best default base skins in my opinion. Kitava’s thirst could be a decent choice. All of these rely on a setup that matches though. Finally, heretic’s veil is a really good one.”

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“Part of me feels like they’re reluctant to make more 3D art for existing armor uniques, since it could possibly detract from armor MTX sales (which are the most expensive). It’s basically a low reward avenue for them to go down.”

“I’m so psyched for those anticipation/surrender models, was super disappointed when I saw they didn’t have unique models.”

“Maybe they thought to keep it all red is better? Also, since it’s wider, it looks more like a shield that blocks. The effect looks super awesome and more important to me than everything else.”

I believe that GGG will of course keep working to improve every aspect of the league they can. And don’t forget that U4gm.com Sale Cheap POE Currency, POE Orbs, POE Items.

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The Road To LvL100 in SSFHC – Data and Reflections in PoE

Hello fellow exiles! I finished the grind to 100 in SSFHC on an ED Trickster the other day and recorded some data along the way. I thought I would throw it out on here to see how it compares to other people’s experience, and maybe start a discussion about a few topics too. If you need poe items in game, you can choose u4gm.com sale cheap poe currency.

Data and Reflections

Here is the data I recorded. Note: this is not intended to be a scientific statistical analysis or anything. It’s just what I found, and what a typical player might encounter if they play to level 100 solo in hardcore.

Currency
I found 15 exalted orbs, 13 divine orbs, and 8 orbs of annulment on my trip to 100. I also picked up silver coins until the end and I have 710. Finally, I collected fusings until the end too. After converting jewelers, I found around 800 fusings going from level 97 to 98, 1400 going from 98 to 99, and about 1900 going from 99 to 100. Worth noting is that 5 of the exalts dropped going from 99 to 100. I also finished a set of Saint’s Treasure for 2 more exalted.

Gear
I found every non-restricted unique in the game other than two: Koam’s Heart and Skyforth. Everything else dropped, including all flasks, build-enablers like Shavs, Tukohamas, Lycoside, etc etc, usually in multiple copies. I say this to embolden players who want to try SSF but are afraid they will be too limited on builds; you might not find the one item you want, but you’ll probably find something good! On the other hand, I didn’t see any un-corrupted 6-link drops.

PoE is an awesome game, and GGG is an awesome company. The grind from 97 to 100 was terrible and I really wanted to give up, because I had so much loot accumulated and I desperately wanted to reroll and try a new playstyle. I improved a lot from Harbinger to now, and I have some ideas for how I want to improve next league too. I love that PoE has such a long learning curve.

Bestiary beasts – these guys were great. The yellows were better after the buff, but the reds really shined, because they didn’t just fall over, and they actually did damage to you when they were alive, making you move around the field. These and Abyss rares are great for the game I think, and I hope GGG adds even more high-health/damage resistant mobs in the next league. I had some epic fights where an abyss would path into a red beast, and I’d like to see more of that kind of stuff.