Jarek’s AC Righteous PVE MOD 10/MOD 10B Guide

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PLEASE NOTE!, UPDATED NOV. 10TH, 2016

Updates have been made to the guide like Weapons (Pics added), Weapon Enchantments (Updated again on 11/20/2016), Reinforcement Kits, Rings, Companions, Gear on the companions, adjustments to the ‘stats to prioritize for AC righteous support section (Wordings on power, defense etc)’, Enchantments section, A note about the High Prophet set in the Armor section, Insignias to get after the ‘Mounts section’ & Updated Pictures of my stats/power point distribution. Also added more shoutouts to the guide at the end as it hasn’t been updated since I released the guide Mod 9. Not big changes so nothing overwhelming, it’s more to make this guide a bit indepth in terms of choices so try to read some of these areas more carefully as there are more explanations in & around the guide period.


Intro

Good day everyone, my name is Jarek. I’m a long time member of The Holy Crusaders guild & the Relentless Alliance. I present today, my current DC build for pve content, which will be AC righteous. This will basically be a guide that not only displays my current build/feats in use, also some of the simpler things that will be common knowledge for cleric enthusiasts and will answer questions for those who aren’t so familiar with the cleric class, like my opinions on the gear to get, mount abilities, race to use, and so on. It’s my first time doing this so feel free to give constructive criticism. (I want to note as well every single inch isn’t calculated besides the fundamentals most other clerics will already know.)

The understanding of this particular pve build

With this build, I just want to simply summarize that your goals is to make your party dps beasts(Buff/Debuff build with good/great base power) with passable heals & boasting fair/excellent recovery/ap gain to have low CD’s & spam dailies. As a DC, you can give your party such excellent buffs to help them defensively and most importantly help them offensively to destroy anything that’s in their way. With being a DC and along with choosing righteous, you give your party a huge increase in terms of their damage. (Feats like bear your sins and condemning gaze combined are suppposed make targets you tagged with your damage over time abilities take 25% more damage & multiple power share abilities like Weapons of Light (10% of your power), Blessing of Battle (15% with Virt Feat) & Anointed Army (50%). This build will make you the life of the party and well appreciated by your hard hitting comrades.

Why Choose AC Righteous & not DO Righteous?

I actually, for my support builds, used to be strict DO righteous. One day, while discussing with a fellow guild member who’s into clerics as much as I am, she was suggesting to me to use AC instead of DO since I was clearly more support oriented than actual DPS oriented which I believe DO does give more flexibility when it comes to personal DPS which has never really been a goal of mine. So we went to the test server together and we spent a lot of time testing everything in terms of AC righteous and she showed me it will better be suited for my taste to which I agreed, tried and never looked back since. As mentioned here, if you know you want to be the best support possible, I do believe that AC has better options for that, especially with the whole ‘Anointed Army vs the dailies DO specifically has’ debate. I also understand the DO’s point of view with foresight saying with that feat and the benefit of foresight feat from the faithful paragon, you give your party 13% less incoming damage that lasts for only 10 seconds. (When you heal others, this activates. Basically it’s 8% from rank 4 foresight itself and an additional 5% from benefit of foresight).

In my opinion, I believe if you’re striving for righteous support and point out DO for that reasoning, it’s not a good choice for what you want to achieve because hypothetically speaking if you heal a Control Wizard, it activates and in that 10 seconds on let’s say, on Orcus in Castle Never, he/she randomly gets a supposed 204k hit while the foresight buff is up, that person will still die. 13% of 204000 is 26520 so it’s 204000 – 26520 = 177480 and I know no Control Wizard has that sort of health. If you’re AC and activate Anointed Army, that person will survive since that daily makes any player ‘take very little damage’ for the duration it’s activated.(Basically saying that with AA up, it can save you from those possible one shots which foresight won’t). Another instance can be as well if a Guardian Fighter is struggling on a boss fight like yet again, Orcus in CN, and needs a bit of a survivability boost, the same Anointed Army daily will better serve him/her than anything Divine Oracle has to offer. Divine Oracle still rocks if you’re looking for personal glory/damage giver and it can certainly be a choice to support, but if you want to support much more efficiently, thanks to the options like Anointed Army and Blessing of Battle & the feat it possesses in the Virtuous Tree if you’re AC, I just believe Anointed Champion is better suited.

Races

The dragonborn race is to me the best available option for righteous regardless if you’re more support oriented with your buffs or dps oriented. In looks, it’s absolutely ugly. Not even beer goggles can save it but what it brings to the table is great. It gives you +2 Stats to any two stats you want (Basically either +2 WIS & STR or +2 WIS & CHA), +5% incoming healing and it increases power and critical rating by 3%, you can’t go wrong with that at all. Other choices include Half Elf which gives +2 CON, a choice of +2 CHA or WIS, ‘Knack for success’ which includes +1% crit severity and ‘Dilettante’ which is a +1 ability score to a non class ability. Sun Elf is also valid in choices because of the Action Point Gain it brings along with the choice of +CHA if you’re into recovery. Human is an alright choice but not worth it in my opinion with the whole ‘three extra heroic feat points’ debate when us clerics don’t have spectacular options in this regard. (I just want to point out, I brought up the stuff each race brings to the table, but talking strictly looks, if you know you care about your looks, then dragonborn is not for you. I personally went for Sun Elf strictly for the looks).

Ability Rolls

Before I explain what to roll, I just want to say there’s really no wrong choice between WIS (Bonus Healing/Damage), STR (Critical Chance Increase by 1% per point) & CHA (Adds to recharge speed and Action Point Gain by 1% per point). With that being said, it’s really a choice between going all in on WIS/STR or WIS/CHA and in my opinion, I’ll go for the WIS/STR side of this because I believe you’re better off placing all silveries into your gear’s offensive slots since 200 recovery = 1% recharge speed (1 CHA = 1% recharge speed) and for the STR, it’s 400 crit stat = 1% crit chance so you should indeed go for the WIS/STR all in since you get better bang for your buck and can cover the recharge speed through enchantments and other means like your artifacts, rings, etc. I learned from Kaelac’s old stat guide back in the days that there’s great balancing rolling between 16 WIS, 16 STR & 12 CHA or 16 WIS, 15 STR & 13 CHA so really aim for one of these two. I’ll just add for my ideals of this build, you will want to go for the 16 WIS, 16 STR, 12 CHA. After this, when you’re finally leveling or even using a respecc, as mentioned, you’re going all in to WIS/STR. See pic below to get the idea:

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Power Points Allocation and Feats

Basically you are witnessing a layout of how I allocated the 109 points I got available on my DC. What I’ll list now are moves you’ll 100% for sure, want to get to rank 4 as quickly as possible and in the order I believe you should strive for:

Hallowed Ground
Anointed Army
Break the Spirit
Divine Glow
Blessing of Battle
Astral Shield
Bastion of Health
Chains of Blazing Light
Holy Fervor
Divine Fortune
Healer’s Lore
Astral Seal
Hastening Light
Forgemaster’s Flame

Heroic Feats & Paragon Tree

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Basically this is how my feats/build look currently, both heroic and paragon (31 righteous, 10 virt).

Heroic Feats

I want to explain here for those who really don’t know this, but god, the cleric heroic feats are so awful. These are my options/choices for them, but read my explanations carefully for the ones I took & the ones I passed on.

Healing Word
– 3/5, You basically gain 1/2/3/4/5% more action point gain when using a healing ability. To sum up, this is so useless in my opinion but because of the other horrible feats, had no choice here.

Greater Fortune – 3/3. ‘Your wisdom now grants 3% more healing’. Take this

Toughness – 3/3. ‘Increases your max HP by 3/6/9%’. A free HP boost so take.

Holy Resolve – 0/3. ‘Gain 5/10/15% of your max hp as hit points when you’re below 30% max hp. Has a 5 minute cooldown’. I don’t like this either, don’t see the use. However, if you’re not feeling the healing action, you can indeed take this if you want ‘extra insurance’ in a near death situation.

Domain Synergy – 0/5. ‘You gain 1/2/3/4/5% more recovery’. This isn’t worth it at all. Best way to explain, if you got 7000 recovery and max this out, you gain 5% of 7000 = 350 so 7000 + 350 = 7350. Yea, not worth it.

Weapon Mastery
– 3/3. ‘Increases your critical chance by 1/2/3%’. Take it, embrace it as it adds to your crit chance. Something that’s actually useful for us.

Initiate of The Faith – 0/5. ‘Your crit stat is increased by .2/.4/.6/.8/1% of your power stat’. This is so bad. Don’t bother with this.

Repurpose Soul
– 3/3. ‘When one of your spells has a critical effect, the target of that spell disperse a small area of effect heal, healing yourself and your allies for 5/10/15% of the spell’s effect.’ Basically here, it’s free heals so you definitely want to take this.

Battlewise – 0/3. ‘You create 2/4/6% less threat’. Don’t even bother with this.

Cleanse – 1/3. ‘When you heal an ally, you have a 10/20/30% chance to remove a damage over time effect from them. You may not re-cleanse for a target for 8 seconds’. You just need one point here, it actually procs alot, no need to have any more than one point & in my opinion, it’s very useful compared to the other choices.

Templar’s Domain – 0/5. ‘When dealing damage, you have a 5/10/15/20/25% chance to gain 30% more armor penetration for 5 seconds.’ Not the goal of this build and besides, this feat is useless. So many other ways to get your armor penetration to the 60% Resistance Ignored goal anyways if it’s important to you. I also learned there’s a 5 minute cooldown & if this is accurate, 100% not worth it.

Bountiful Fortune – 4/5. ‘Gain 3/6/9/12/15% more divine power.’ Not much more to say here, take this. Helps with your divine power.

Righteous

Furious Intervention 5/5: You generate 10% more ap with your damaging moves. This gives you great AP gain and since this build is not ‘dps’, you must take this instead of astral fury.

Ancient Warding 5/5: When Anointed Army is over, it heals for 3% max hp and gives allies 5% of their own AP. A must have.

Weapons of Light 5/5
:- Not much to say here, you give allies 10% of your power so get this. Note as well, this is 10% of your base power, not BUFFED power. (Thanks @silverkelt)

Bear your Sins 5/5
: Enemies that are affected by your DMG over time effects takes 10% more dmg from all sources. This along with what I’m going to explain next is the whole point of being righteous so make sure to take this and the following (Condemning Gaze).

Condemning Gaze 5/5: Your damaging encounter powers applies a stack of ‘Condemned’ for 30 secs. When the foe reaches to 5 stacks of this, it takes 15% more damage from all sources for 15 secs. Again, the whole point of being righteous, so take this.

Fire of the Gods 5/5
: This is important to have being AC righteous because it will help proc bear your sins. Also, if you have a plague fire or dread enchantment, this helps as well to proc this.

Avatar of the Divine 1/1
: The Capstone. ‘When you enter combat you gain Avatar. Avatar increases your damage by 40% and increases your cooldown speed by 40% for 25 seconds. After you have activated Avatar you cannot benefit from it again for 60 seconds. Avatar will reactivate automatically when it is ready. Leaving combat cancels Avatar and resets its cooldown’. Not much more to say about it except take it.

Virtuous


Lasting Wishes 5/5
: You heal for 10% more. Basically, you’re a DC regardless if you’re righteous. Depending on your party set up, you’ll have to have some sort of heal. This will help your heals to be better.

Batter Fervor 5/5: When you have Blessing of Battle slotted and tagged it on a mob or boss, you give your party 15% of your power. This along with weapons of light is great to have, gives your party that extra 25% of your power (BASE power, not buffed).

Variations of this Build with Fire of the Gods.

The following are just variations of this build that you can also try/see what you like if the original isn’t to your liking or if you’re curious to try something else:

1) 1/5 Fire of the Gods & 4/5 Gift of Haste – This variation of my build, from studies of those who follow this guide in some way is actually by far my most popular variation & some actually prefer it more than my original build (I used to be Haste hater but my mind has changed about it). Please check here.

2) 1/5 Fire of the Gods & 4/5 Have Faith – Basically for us, as the Guardian Fighter’s ITF was fixed where our moves like Astral Shield, Have Faith won’t be a booster to it anymore however it isn’t ‘completely useless’ as at least you can still have this move to give your party an added Dmg resistance. Please check here

3) 1/5 Fire of the Gods & 4/5 Desperate Restoration – This variation is for those who might have that ‘healer’s feel’ despite speccing to righteous. Since Lasting Wishes has been constant in my build, adding Desperate Restoration will be viable if you want to cover heals even more since righteous is weak in that category. Please check here.

Understanding & building Divinity, Divine Mode and Empowered

This part will be for those people who never quite understood the ‘tab’ mechanics on the DC. I’ll do my best to explain these things for a better understanding:

Divinity – Divinity is simply, when you attack the mobs/bosses with your at-wills, you should notice there’s a bar to the left of your screen that fills up. For each time it’s full, a cross(pip) will light up. It will mean that you have one pip of divinity. Do your best to actively attack so you can fill up all three pips. Being AC you get Blessing of Battle and it’s the best builder of divinity available to a cleric. The cast time of it is slow and it may seem a bit weird using it, but it’s as mentioned, the best builder of your divinity with Astral Seal second placed out of the four at-wills you have available. (I want to make clear, you only build divinity through you at-wills).

Divine Mode – When you have divinity available from the bar, you can press the ‘TAB’ button and you’ll enter divine mode. In this mode, it allows you to cast encounter powers regardless of cooldowns and also, it changes your encounter powers in the sense that it will have a different effect. For each encounter used, it takes a pip from your divinity bar, so if full, you can use up to 3 encounters in a row without any CD. A side note to this is you need to read your powers. The descriptions will tell you the different effects it has in divine mode, normal, empowered, etc. (At-wills) are also replaced in divinity mode but as I mention, read your powers to understand.

Empowered encounters/skills
– When you’re in divine mode, every time you used an encounter/spell, you gain a blue orb that will float around you. That’s the empowered stack. You can gain up to three of those orbs. The moment you switch from divinity to use any encounter, that encounter you use will consume the number of orbs you had and it will make your encounter stronger so basically, the more orbs, the better for your next encounter outside of divine mode.

What you should have slotted in your dungeon runs

Clerics are all about getting a feel of the situation and understanding what to do in those situations. The following will be a list of moves you will be switching in between the most depending on what situation you are up against.

At wills

Blessing of Battle – As mentioned, despite its slow cast time, it’s still legit to use because it’s the best divinity builder we clerics have. Also, for the build itself, as you have your points into battle fervor, you’re giving your party that power buff.

Astral Seal
– This is your sidekick to BoB. It can help with divinity since it’s the second best divinity builder based on research & also it can help a little with your heals. (Try to not use this during activities like Dragon flight, heralds & tiamat as it apparently still causes bad lag in these instances when so many people are around.)

Encounters


Divine Glow
– Cleric-ing at its finest. This move in almost all situations, you’ll have it(Heals as well). This is perfect especially for the trash mobs you’ll encounter in dungeons since you can tag them all and with critical hits, you’ll have your buffs active on more than one target. (Note that DG doesn’t proc your weapon enchantments, still….)

Break the Spirit
– This is the best, the butter to your bread . In empowered, this give your party 10% dmg per stacks of empowered consumed, so basically, full empowered = 30%. This is love, this is life & the fact it’s CD is so short, it has basically a 100% up time. Just use, sit back and watch your allies melt and destroy. (Single Target so great on boss fights especially)

Bastion of Health – Slotted in case your party needs the heals. It’s the strongest heal we have.

Astral Shield – Astral Shield won’t be boosting a GF’s ITF anymore for this Mod 10 update however it will be still useful if the party is squishy and will need the protection.

Chains of Blazing Light – This is another option for your AoE along with Divine Glow. If your party seems to not really need heals, you can switch out DG for Chains & you can also use it along with DG since Chains helps alot with ap gain. Chains, unlike Divine Glow, will procc your weapon enchantment.

Forgemaster’s Flame
– I use this in either a situation where the party needs no sort of heals and I use this along with Divine Glow & Break the Spirit, Or, if there’s another DC in the party, one DC should use Break the Spirit, the other should use Forgemaster’s Flame.

Dailies

Hallowed Ground – It enhances damage and damage resistance for your allies by 35%. This daily is still pretty rocking but the following has it beat (Note HG may be better for a dps party of no bondings/augment users)

Anointed Army – The best. This to me is the ideal option to use basically with trash mobs battles since Hallowed Ground might be a waste in those 3-5 second trash mob battles and AA is also ideal in particular boss fights. To explain this daily in particular, it’s a huge power booster which is 50%. That’s 50% your allies gain of your base power & with BoB + Weapons of Light, power galore! Having great recovery & ways for ap gain (You’ll see along the guide) will make you be an AA spammer which will be great for your party as you’re constantly maintaining the power share of this. Along with cc immunity and making you take less incoming damage for at least 10 seconds, this is truly a great daily along with HG. (Note that, as was explained to me, AA + BoB together will not build upon your buffed power, using instead your base total from equipment, enchantments etc. However, while this means using AA after bonding procs will not benefit you, using it before will. This is as AA will apply to your pet as well as nearby allies and thus create a stronger bonding proc. Thanks @lerapiso818 for this explanation.)

Class Feats


Divine Fortune
– Builds 5% extra divine power for every point into it, so getting this at rank 3 or 4(I currently use this at rank 4 with the heroic feat bountiful fortune at rank 4/5 since I went 1/3 in cleanse). The combo of this & bountiful fortune builds/recharges your divinity in no time.

Healer’s Lore – Basically, if you feel your party needs the heals in anyway, slot this so it can help you heal even more since at rank 4, increases the potency of your heals by 20%

Holy Fervor – Your attacks generate 5% extra action point gain. Having this maxed out is a beauty. I have this slotted most of the time and helps a lot with my AP gain. With the way I play and want to spam out my dailies, this is actually perfect for me personally and if you fit this mold, slot it.

Hastening Light – This will basically, when maxed, reduce your allies’ recharge time by 4 seconds. With the new mod 10 dungeon, I found this to be on my bar in all those runs. This ability has grown more on me. I still hate how the offhand feat doesn’t work from what I was told but regardless, the 4 sec CD reduction speed when maxed is great.

Anointed Armor – This should only be used when you feel you’re having personal problems surviving.

Light of Divinity – This applies a heal that’s divided every 3 secs to allies within 50′ feet (Doesn’t count as a heal over time). This actually isn’t half bad in my opinion, can be useful if FBI if you’re needing even more heals (I was told this was a fixed number it divides but I haven’t used ACT to check)

Gear

Armor set

Top Tier – Because of this new mod & its dungeon, the gear from farming that Fangbreaker Island dungeon (Head, Chest, Braces) & the Heroic Encounters in those new areas (Bryn Shander in particular, just the boots from the HE’s) is currently the ‘best option’. It’s called the Lighttender’s Set and in my opinion, the best balance will be two Restoration pieces (Chest, Bracers) & two Raid pieces (Head, Boots). These pieces of gear, in general ,has good stats for us so in your own view, you can go for what you like here/need. Raid = Power/Crit/Defense, Restoration = Power/Recovery/Defense so your call. If you’re not going for this gear, stick to the Dragonflight/Elemental Dragonflight gear. The best combo to rock in my opinion for this dragonflight gear will remain the same as I had before which is 3/4 Dragonflight Restoration (The helm, chest piece and bracers) and 1/4 Dragonflight Raid (The boots).

Alternatives – If the dragonflight gear isn’t immediately in your reach, then settle for the Alliance Restoration set (The T1 set from the PE vendor) and from that, move on to the Elven set (3/4 Restoration Set which will be the bracers, helm and boots and 1/4 Assault which will be the chest piece for the power and crit) or the Dusk set (3/4 Restoration which will be the helm, chest & braces and 1/4 Raid which will be the boots)

The other alternatives if possible – For the PC players, as Mod 10 B is out, the High Prophet set will be useless because they’re taking away all the old lvl 60 sets’ bonuses. For the Xbox & PS4 players, you guys are safe for now to use this set but when Mod 10 B comes about, say goodbye to the High Prophet set. Also, another alternative if you have the Dragonflight gear is mixing this gear with the Dusk Restoration. A nice balance will be 2 of the Dragonflight (Restoration helm & Raid Boots) & 2 Dusk (Restoration Chest & Restoration Braces. This also with 2 pieces, when in a party, gives 5000 hp, 1000 power & defense. Pretty nifty option.)

Shirt and Pants

Best to have – This is a toss up. Either you can go for the Prelate Gemmed Exquisite Elemental Chainmail & Chausses because of the stats or the Drowcraft Shirt & Pants because with that set, when you land a critical strike, you heal allies for 1% of their max hp up to 1000 and it occurs once every three seconds. Whatever floats your boat here. (The drowcraft is quite easy to obtain if you’re budgeting AD)
Weapon and Offhand

Best to have – Gotta say, I love the burning set but god damn, the stats on the new set is great. It’s called the ‘Lighttender’s set’ similar to the name of your cleric’s armor but the stats on it, is fantastic (The power). I took pics of what it is like on green ranked & legendary ranked, so whatever current mainhand you have, just check the link here for the green version & here for the legendary version and compare your current main hand to the new one and be amazed. This set will however take a while to get most likely as you need a combined total of 50000 Voninblod, 5 Livewood Sap, 8 Permafrost Shell, 60 Reclaimed Rune, 2 Evermelt Spring Water, 2 Mana Plaster & 40 Dragon Turtle Moult for both your main and offhand to ‘restore’, hence making you be able to use it. All of these things you’ll just see on your own how you exactly get these components and the main and offhand themselves, you get from following the main quest line to my understanding in the new area ‘Sea of Moving Ice’, you’ll get them unrestored and will have to restore them with the list of things I spoke about earlier in this paragraph. Just for viewing sake, you can see the items here & here for both main & offhand needed to restore.

Alternatives
– Burning set is obviously the alternative choice now to this so if you can’t eventually get that Lighttender’s set, burning will still be a great choice. Another set can be the twisted set. You get this from farming epic demogorgon. You get a nice defense and power boost from it, so it’s a great, valid option. Also, if you can’t get these items immediately, you will most likely have to start off with Ensorcelled Arsenal items.

Main Hand Equip & Offhand Artifact Stat bonus & class feat – Just gonna add this here because a lot of mails I got wondered what do I use here. The answer to this is for the main hand, my equip will either be Blessing of Battle’s Equip Bonus or Astral Seal’s Equip Bonus, varies while for my offhand’s artifact stat bonus, it’s having action point gain which I have 399 stat on that (Max is 400). The class feat for it, I use Holy Fervor’s Bonus as I have that class feat slotted most of the time.

Belt

Best to have – Greater Belt of Wisdom, Tiamat Sash, Greater Imperial Waistband of Honor.

Jewelry/Rings

Best to have
– If you can get a hold of the +5’s legendary rings like Ring of Brutality +5, Ring of Sudden Precision +5, Ring of Rising Power +5, Ring of Rising Precision +5, Ring of Rising Recovery +5 or now the Ostorian Ring of Hellig +5, two out of these six and you should be golden. If you can’t, settle for the +4’s of these same exact rings.

Alternatives – x2 of either the Personalized Adamant Ring of Recovery or x2 Rosegold Raid/Restoration Rings. If these rings aren’t obtainable, your other bets include the Dragonflight/Elven Restoration Rings, Dragonflight/Elven Raid Rings, Drowcraft Raid/Restoration Rings

Reinforcement Kits

Best to have (On your Armor pieces) – I’ll like to say now you got a choice here between the Major Critical Strike Armor Kits for that extra crit chance or you can actually go for the Major Power Armor Kits as well for more power. To advise here, which ever one you choose, make sure to go all in. So for your armor pieces, you want power, go all 4 kits of power. You want crit, go all four pieces into crit. DO NOT MIX!.

Alternative – If you can’t get Majors, settle for Greater Critical Strike/Power Armor Kit. In my opinion however, it’s not that hard to get the Major kits. You either work up your professions to rank 25 (Leatherworking makes these crit kits, Mailsmithing makes these power kits) or you save the AD up and buy it. (The kits varies in the 180k-190k marks.)

Best to have (Neck, Rings, Belt) – For this, no doubt about it, the Major Action Point Gain Jewels.

Alternative – If you can’t get Majors, you simply get Greaters.

Neck

Best to have – Greater Imperial Dragon Cloak – Basically any cloak that has great stats for us like Power/Crit/Recovery and along with that, has ‘Increase Action Point Gain by _% every 3 seconds while in combat’ effect.

Weapon and Armor enchantment


Weapon Enchantment
 – This is what I currently understand as to what is good to use for us clerics. So everything else I mentioned is correct in my early updates so the choices for stronger heals like Dread & Vorpal will remain & the debuff enchantments, it’s accurate about the Transcendent Bronzewood & the Pure & Transcendent Frost. Transcendent Bronzewood gives a 5% increase in dmg to your allies while Pure Frost & Transcendent Frost gives a 7% increase. My only knock on these enchantments are the bad uptimes. Trans Bronzewood is basically a 50% uptime while Pure & Frost, if the tooltip is correct(it isn’t), it only lasts 4 secs and occurs once every 20 seconds. To add now, the Transcendent Plague that I used to have here when I originally started the guide but changed because it got nerfed to the ground apparently, still seems to actually give a reasonable number in terms of debuff. *Updated* So along with the various people who discussed in the neverwinter pc forums, the debuff/enchantment sheets that are around & myself finally getting a direct explanation from @michela123, it seems that the transcendent plague actually has a hidden 2% debuff & on the whole from the explanations, I understand that this enchantment, has a base defense debuff 3% per stack, 9% when you can get the 3 stacks up + the 2% from this hidden DR debuff but the total debuff varies on the specific types of mobs/monsters & their levels since they each have different DR & the key wording explained from @michela123 yet again was PF is ADDITIVE with specific debuffs & MULTIPLICATIVE with other debuffs, making it a pretty valid choice of selection along with pure/trans frost & trans bronzewood. Update!, as most should know already, the transcendent frost enchantment has been acting up, again. It’s broken & thanks to explanations from @thefabricant & @michala123 it scales with power so you can probably gain insane debuff numbers with ideal party set ups. I myself have a frost but I am using the dread I have until there is word that this is fix or if in 1-2 months time, it’s not fix, I may end up at that point either succumb to using it or selling it altogether. I just wanted to say my share about this because I know there are people who already know it’s not working as intended exactly & will still use it regardless. I can’t stop everyone from wanting to use it obviously but if you have a choice, try to not abuse it at this time.

For Armor – Soulforged or if you’re confident enough to not need soulforged, then use Negation.

Artifacts

The artifacts that I find to be great for this build will be:

Sigil of the Devoted – Power/Defense/Incoming Heal Bonus

Symbol of Fire – Power/Recovery/Defense

Sigil of the Hunter – Power/Recovery/Stamina/Guard Gain

Sigil of the Controller – Power/Critical Strike/Control Resist

I like these four together. A great power boost, good addition to recovery and that extra critical strike. I’ll say later on about the stats that will be important to this build. Honorable mentions of artifacts/artifacts to think about if you can’t get the ones I mainly stated are:

Thayan Book of the Dead – Critical Strike/Armor Penetration/Action Point Gain.

Heart of the Blue Dragon
– Critical Strike/Recovery/Combat Advantage Bonus.

Heart of the Black Dragon
– Recovery/Armor Penetration/Action Point Gain.

Symbol of Air – Power/Recovery/Movement

Tiamat’s Orb of Majesty – Power/Crit/Recovery/Armor Penetration/Action Point Gain.

Sigil of the Oathbound Paladin – Max HP/Power/Aoe Resist

Enchantments

Offense slot: I’m assuming most guilds have the barracks in their SH’s so if you do, you are going to activate the power boon, giving you the liberty to slot silveries for recovery in your offense. If you don’t possess a power boon, you’ll have to slot radiants in your offense (Mix to suit). At least you want to strive for rank 8’s +. (Note as well, if you feel you need a balance, cruel enchantments, which are power & recovery together, will be the answer for you, however, you must go all in for this enchantment to get the full benefit meaning slotted in every offense slot & I also believe for starters, you must have this at least rank 9 & up, maybe even 10 for starters.)

Defense slot
: Radiants for HP. You want to at least get to rank 8’s and work your way up if possible, however, if you are into that mount bonus called ‘Assassin’s Covenant, you should put azures in your defense slots as when you have this bonus, it takes away some of your defense, deflection & lifesteal & in return to gain power (If you are really into this mount bonus & in a guild, you should also activate your guild’s defense boon if they possess that). Same as radiants, you want to have this on rank 8 for starters and work your way up. If you’re really feeling this mount bonus, you can also try for Cruels in your defense slots as Cruel’s give both Defense and Deflection. (Just know, if you go for Cruels, you got to at least start it off at rank 10 +).

Utility Slot: Dark enchantments rank 7’s, Dragon Hoard’s, Fey Blessings, Quartermaster’s Enchantment, whatever you can get there that’s rank 7+

Overload Slot: Greater Black Dragon Glyph/Greater White Dragon Glyph/Greater Corrupt Black Ice Enchantment/Greater Corrupt Lethal Enchantment

The stats to prioritize for AC pve righteous support

Power – Power is the love of DC’s, it’s the life. Basically the more power for us, the better. You want to realistically get to at least 18k power and work your way up to as much as you possibly can (The ideal promise land in my view is at least 28k-30k, you can obviously get even higher, just saying that’s a great number to finally obtain)

Recovery – For this build, ideally you’ll want to get a reasonable number of at least 6k recovery+ and work it up to as much as you can. (Currently on 12.4k and an example is it gives me a 6.8 sec CD on my BTS while at 6k, it’s roughly around 8.4 secs which is pretty good so I found 6k to be an obtainable goal to start but as stressing here, do your best to build it up as much as you can after that 6k point).

Critical Strike – You want a good critical chance number. With the gear that’s recommended along with going all WIS/STR in your ability points, you should be around 27-30% for starters and just find ways to work upwards from there if possible. (30%-35% is a solid number for this build. Since we’re not dpsing here, we truthfully don’t need that much after this point.)

Action Point Gain (Stat Number) – Add to this number anyway you can (Via ap kits/if you have the tiamat’s orb/your offhand artifact stat). This basically to the percentage of AP gain which is important for us clerics to get the dailies up faster.

Action Point Gain (Percentage) – I personally feel like 50-60% range is a good range to reach at for starters (without bondings procc) From that point, maybe get it to at least the 70’s as you can most likely have other ways to have a huge boost via bondings, mount bonuses like the artificer’s persuasion/influence, etc.

Hit Points – This is more like the common stuff for any DC to have. Build this to whatever you can. At least get it over 110k for starters and work your way up.

Defense & Dmg Resistance – If you’re using assassin’s covenant, you’ll want to stack on defense so you can in return gain power. If not roll with whatever number you got. If you have problems, Anointed Armor & just be alert & dodge (If you rock a companion & bondings, the defense slots in your companion’s gear can be used with azures and when proccing, will give you good defense along with if you use negation for those who wants the ‘Better safe than sorry’ feel).

Lifesteal – This can be a great help for you if you take those one or two surprise hits. Our self heals are pretty weak & regen is a bit useless in my opinion so lifesteal will benefit you. The number you’ll want to aim for is roughly 5-10% for this build. (You’ll see later on through boons & your companion, you’ll get this easily)

Boons

UPDATED! – Went to the test server to experiment with some boons & changed it a little bit. The following are the boons you’ll take from each campaign. (Note well, I only completed 6/7 in the ToD campaign, if you have that maxed, you can go 3/3 into Dragon’s Fury or 1/3 Dragon’s Fury & 2/3 Dragon’s Thirst.):

Sharandar

Dread Ring

Icewind Dale

Underdark

 

Tyranny

Maze Engine

Elemental Evil

Storm King’s Thunder

Stronghold Boons(Varies based on what your guild has available, which for my guild, I’m using, power/hp/mount speed bonus. I however switch to the revive sickness utility boon while in a dungeon like Fangbreaker Island and I also use the defense boon for anything not Fangbreaker Island)



Companions

Nothing really changed here. Your goals are to still get a companion that can procc your bondings well enough (especially if you’re using protector’s friendship & camaraderie) and you want to at least work your bondings up to perfect for starters, then work on it further. The following are options for the main companion that, thanks to suggestions, raised my curiosity because of particular abilities they possess:

Sellsword (Active = 300 power on epic)

Pros:
  • Three offense slots.
  • It possesses a great debuff called ‘Consumed by Battle’ which when unlocked at level 30, shreds the target’s defense by 10% when the third strike of wicked strike hits. (This is an AoE as well so perfect for mobs along with being good in single target)
  • This debuff can stay up easily thanks to wicked strike’s CD of 2 seconds
  • If you use protector’s camaraderie/friendship, this will get all four stacks in no time.
Cons:
  • It’s a melee companion so greater chance for it to die easily
  • Due to the heightened chance of perishing in battle, the sellsword may occasionally have trouble getting the third hit required to proc the debuff.
  • Furthermore, upon its death, any debuff applied by the sellsword will disappear.
  • It has random times where it stands around, doing nothing. (To fix this, just move a bit, so it can follow you, thus making it active again)
  • If the buff is up & your companion happens to miss a window to keep it up, the buff will last only 3 secs until your companion will easily proc it again.

Overall: This turned out to be a great option & I believe it’s worth the investment as a main companion (Overall, I view this as your second best option & you’ll see why later on). We must remember as DC’s, we don’t even have that many options in the first place to choose from so companions like this are welcomed. As a righteous AC Cleric, you can give this companion more survivability thanks to your Anointed Army daily & Astral Shield if a GF is in the party. To properly test, myself & my guildie @bonnine took off our weapon enchantments & practiced on the dummies by hitting it with at-wills to get a better understanding of how good this debuff is & studies showed its effectiveness was 110% meaning it was a 10% increase in damage it gives & we found out it stacks with plague & bear your sins so that’s a huge plus. (Weapons of Light appears on the companions bar but actually adds nothing to it)

Ambush Drake (Active = 165 Armor Penetration & Recovery)

 

Pros:
  • Two offense slots & one defense slots. (This is passable)
  • Has a debuff called ‘Deadly Infection’ which unlocks at level 30 that makes its attack ‘Septic Bite’ apply a 20% defence debuff.
  • Septic bite is a 1.5 second CD thus getting protector’s camaraderie/friendship up pretty quickly & keeping up the debuff easily.
  • Single target so excellent on boss fights.

Cons:

  • It won’t be great on mobs, since the debuff is single target. (Don’t sweat this too much though, as mobs die quickly now-a-days anyway.)
  • The active is useless.
  • Another close ranged companion so susceptible to dying more. (The stealth does help its survival to an extent.)
  • Death = The debuff will disappear immediately.

Overall: I believe this is the ‘BIS’ option to have as a main companion. It’s worth the investment & the same principles as the sellsword where this debuff is a 20% increase in dmg whereas the sellsword is 10% & it also stacks with the plague fire & bear your sins, however, this is super rare to get thanks to the fact that it can only be obtained from a Mysterious Drake Summoning Scroll that was only available in early December 2014 & has not returned since. So in a nutshell, if you have the option between the two, the drake will be better since it’s debuff is stronger. If you don’t have a choice with these two, you must go with the sellsword.

Dancing Shield (Active = 2% Deflect Chance on epic)

Pros:
  • Possess a debuff called ‘Shield Slam’ that when it connects on a target, it reduces its defenses by 20%, hence a 20% increase in dmg on that target.
  • The debuff stays up basically 95% of the time (Others claim it’s 100%, others say it never stays up. My personal experience is it stays up most of the time, in dungeons other than FBI, at least)
  • High Survivability
  • Single target debuff, making it excellent on the boss fights
Cons:
  • It can mess up a tank’s aggro (At least those who don’t know how to manage aggro)
  • As the debuff is single target, it won’t be great on mobs (Not something to cry over however)
  • Dancing Shields don’t stack with one another therefore if there’s two in the party, one is not going to work.
  • It has random times where it stands around, doing nothing, just like the sellsword. (To fix this, just move a bit, so it can follow you, thus making it active again)
  • It’s slow keeping up the whole protector’s camaraderie/friendship combo.
  • The active is garbage

Overall: I used it & despite that it has a 20% debuff, I won’t be switching to it. I’ve seen alot of tanks using this and as mentioned, it’s not going to stack if there’s two or more shields in the party. This companion in my view, should be used by tanks while the rest of possible debuffers like DC’s, MoF CW’s for instance, may be better off using the sellswords because at least the shield and sellsword can work in harmony & as well, sellswords stack.

I currently don’t possess a Harper Bard so no way to test for me, so I can’t truly say off of personal use if it’s valid or not (I only have words from friends that it’s a great choice but I would rather test it myself). If you have any companions you believe are valid to try that have a noteworthy buff/debuff, feel free to comment/contact me in-game so I myself can actually see if I can obtain that companion & test myself. This next list here are just companions to have along with your main that have decent enough active bonuses :-

Erinyes of Belial – Critical Severity. Won’t hurt to have this. 5% on rare, 10% on epic.

Dancing Blade – Critical Severity. 3% on rare, 5% on epic

Lillend – Upon using a daily power, heals your allies for 2% of their max hp once every 30 seconds.

Owlbear Cub – On encounter use, if you fail to critically hit, do an additional hit for damage equal to 50% of your power.

Deva Champion – 4% Incoming Heal Bonus & 4% Outgoing Heal Bonus on epic.

Young Yeti – 10% chance for you or your companion becoming bloodthirsty, increasing damage dealt by 10% (Epic)

Laughing Skull – On the start of combat, 500 power and 500 recovery for 25 seconds.

Cambion Magus – Critical Severity – 5% on rare, 10% on epic.

Polar Bear Cub – 5% outgoing heal bonus

Sprite – 2% Action Point Gain

Book Imp – 2% Recharge Speed

For those who can’t actually go down this bonding route, simply go for the augments if you can. Cheap alternatives like the Goat & Ioun stone of allure should do you well as a stat booster.

The following is an up to date picture of companions I currently use:- (Sellsword, Deva Champion, Polar Bear Cub, Erinyes of Belial & Dancing Blade)

 

What to use on the companion/bonding combo?

Really varies, the typical choice is usually loyal avenger gear. You can also go with loyal commander gear (Power, recovery stats), adorable bites gear (Ring/talisman gives power & crit, double offense slots) or Adorable licks gear (Neck/icon/girdle gives power & recovery, usual offense, defense slots). Whatever floats your boat, go with whatever you feel like you need/can afford. For the actual enchantments in the companion gear, for your offense, you can go with what you like here. Radiants to get even more power, silveries for more recharge speed/ap gain or azures for more crit chance. Really depends what you will personally want/lack & for the defense slots, you should invest in either azures for defense or darks for lifesteal since our self heals are weak. For both of these, you want to at least have rank 9’s +.

Mounts

As we all know now, they added a mount system to the game which is pretty cool and useful. There’s a lot of valid options for us righteous DC’s in this department and I’ll be listing the ones that I found useful:

Artificer’s Persuasion – This basically when you activate your artifact, your recovery, movement, action point gain, and stamina gain are increased by 10% of your Power for 15 seconds. A very nice choice to work on. You can either go for one of this, or x2 to get that number from 10% to 12.5%

Artificer’s Influence – This is the ‘poor man’s’ artificer’s persuasion but it’s still valid to use. You can actually use artificer persuasion & artificer’s influence together when you use activate your artifact so it’s 10% + 5% if you have them at least once each.

Gladiator’s Guile – This one is golden, it’s so useful to have on whatever class really. When your stamina is above 75%, you move 15% faster. When your stamina is below 25%, gain 15% of your power as stamina gain. Enough said, get this.

Protector’s Camaraderie – Whenever your summoned companion attacks, you gain 3% of your power and defense for 10 seconds. This effect can stack up to 4 times. So 12% of your power and defense, not bad at all, very good option to have. (Protector’s Friendship is the cheap option, it’s 1% instead of 3% so overall, it’s 4% of your power & defense & as well to note, these abilities don’t count into power sharing.)

Barbarian’s Revelry – Whenever you perform a critical strike, you are healed for 1.5% of your maximum Hit Points. It’s alright, gives you a little bit of self healing in case you get a couple of minor to medium surprise hits from mobs.

Oppressor’s Reprieve – Whenever you are stunned, knocked, or immobilized, you are healed for 4% of your max HP over 4 seconds. Another option if you feel you need some self heals.

Champion’s Return – Whenever you are reduced to 50% Hit Points, you instantly recover 20% of your stamina and are healed for 20% of your max HP over 10 seconds. This effect can only occur once every 60 seconds. This can be a savior in an ‘Oh crap!!’ situation.

Cavalry’s Warning – Whenever you activate a mount combat power, you gain an increase of 10% to your power, recovery, armor penetration, critical strike, defense, deflection, regeneration, and life steal. Mount powers are only on legendary mounts so basically, if you got one, it will be a decent option.

Shepard’s Devotion – Shepard’s Devotion finally works as intended. It finally gives what the tooltip says which is ‘Whenever you use a daily power, your teammates’ defense, deflection, and movement are increased by 5% of your power for 15 seconds.’ It’s still valid to use despite the change of it to work properly.

Slayer’s Redemption – Whenever you kill a target, you are healed for 10% of your maximum Hit Points over 5 seconds. One of the abilities added for Mod 10. Not bad really, can be pretty useful to have if you can’t get the other things on this list.

Assassin’s Covenant – You lose 10% of your Defense, Deflection, and Life Steal, and gain the combination of lost stats as Power. Again, another one that was added for Mod 10. I can see people making use of this so it’s a valid, great choice & I def recommend this. (I currently use this along with combos mention earlier in the guide (Enchantments section). It’s a great, easy way to build on power)

Berserker’s Rage – While you have full Action Points, you gain 10% of your Armor Penetration as Power. I saw this one and was instantly torn. It might be an alright choice but I won’t press that much for this ability because as a DC when you have full AP, the second that happens, you’re gonna pop off a daily so I can’t see this being super, super useful.

The following is a picture of what I currently have set up in my stable (Currently updated as of 11/08/2016):

 

Equip Power I currently useUsing a daily power grants 25% of your total action points over 10 seconds. This is via the Flail Snail mount. Basically, if you can’t afford this, other alternatives will be either mounts that provide power as a stat or recovery as a stat (Depending on what you lack of course. The Gorgon/Embellished Apparatus mounts are viable since they grant 15% of your total ap over 10 seconds). Check this link out via neverwinter gamepedia to see the mounts that provide power or recovery.

For more information on other bonuses and the mounts needed to achieve these bonuses, you can check it out at this helpful link most already know of (Credit to the creators of this chart, I do not own it).

Insignias

If you are wondering what types of insignia to use, you want either power ones or recovery ones (The names are Dominance for power, Mastery for recovery). You want to at least basically have the blue versions (100 power/recovery) or the epic versions (200 power/recovery). Thanks bluntsides@hotmail.com for this reminder.

My current stats line

My current stat line (with no companion & bondings active) goes like this:



 

Finished!

That will be it for me! Hope you enjoyed reading this build & my thoughts along the way. As mentioned at the start of my guide, I’m open for constructive feedback. It will be greatly appreciated. I just want to shout out a few people. My guild The Holy Crusaders for being great, my fellow officers in the guild for encouraging me to do this, my guild leader and one of my best friends Lia Knowles @rinat114 for helping me out as well on how to lay this out, format it and giving me the encouragement as well to do this in the first place & I’ll like to thank one of my guild mates specifically, @bonnine for actually helping me to lean towards the direction of AC righteous in the first place and giving me her thoughts as well throughout the way. I want to thank those who since the guide came out, helped me along the way in some manner with key info for parts of my guide whether they directly told me, had the info available throughout multiple outlets like spreadsheets or outright had it in the arc forums. @rapo973, @putzboy78, @thefabricant, @lerapiso818, @michela123, @silverkelt & so many others (word limit). The Cleric Community has been absolutely great.

If there’s any questions you need answered, you can contact me in-game (Czar Jarek@jeffslider) or ask them in the comments and I’ll do my best to answer as quickly as I can.

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  • Shadowblade
    July 24, 2016 at 2:39 am

    I also find that Righteous DO (Dwarf) with 3 Faithful feats for Gift of the Gods (Divinity) has been better for solo and PvP play, while the Righteous AC (Tiefling) with INT/WIS 21, CHA 26 and 3 Virtuous Feats for Gift of Haste to buff party APG has been better as a party buffer.

    My Righteous/Virtuous AC build stacks Recovery and APG with Cruel and Silvery enchants so she can spam Encounters and Anointed Army like At Wills (with a Trans Feytouched weapon enchant), with a cooldown that is shorter than the spell duration. She regenerates Divinity and Action Points before the spells wear off, with Holy Fervour and Anointed Action for solo play and Holy Fervour and Hastening Light for party play, with Hastening Light on the Burning Icon. The Burning Set also has a chance to cast a daily for effectively 75% of Action Points instead of 100%, and a blue Sunburst, a Divine Glow, 3 blue Break the Spirit or Daunting light followed by an empowered fills her Action Points back up while two or three hits of Blessings of Battle fills her Divinity.

    The key is:
    Blessings of Battle as the only At Will with the Battle Fervour Virtuous feat for defence buff and 15% of my Power stat;
    Weapons of Light Righteous feat for another 10% of my Power stat;
    Bear Your Sins proccing off DoT Encounters for 10% party dps buff;
    Condemning Gaze proccing off Encounters for 15% perty dps buff;
    100% up-time for Anointed Action for about 40% of my Power stat and massive party power, and therefore dps, buffs, as well as immunity to 4 hits;
    Ancient Warding for 3% Max hp heal and 5% Action Points when AA wears off, which is immediately refreshed.

    Gift of Haste from Virtuous is still good for buffing APG for myself and the party, despite the nerf, although I might respec out of that and into another Righteous Feat, like Fire of the Gods for solo dps if I can get a bit more Crit.

    Her recharge and APG are both over 100%, so she never needs the Sigil and uses Tiamat’s Orb to immobilise every 60 sec, and also has the mount insignia bonus for using an Artifact.

    At 16k Recovery and 24k base power, self-buffed to 36k, my cool downs are HALF those of my Dwarf DO (which is based on Crit and Power, and everything he does procs off Crits and DoTs)

    The down-side of Righteous AC is that we have no DoT At Will. So those Righteous Feats have to be procced by Encounters that lay a DoT down. divinity Sunburst (not entirely sure about this, as it lays a HoT as well), Break the Spirit, Chains of Blazing Light etc.

    For this reason, as well as having much lower Recovery, much higher Crit and the same Power, the Dwarf DO does about double the AC’s damage. But is just not as Tanky, despite having CON 17 instead of 13, and his Cool Downs are double that of the AC.

    The Tiefling AC, due to high INT/CHA and WIS only 21, does not hit or heal as hard as the Dwarf DO, but does it twice as fast. That’s why I gave him the Trans Vorpal and her the Trans Feytouched.

    Combine all this with a Companion with 3 OFF Rune slots, fast AoE attacks, 3 R12 Bondings and buffs to the Companion proccing and buffing the AC, and we have the Power Loop which in Uber-BIS parties gives some ACs with base 36k Power 240k Power for a time, and a lot of that goes to the party, along with ITF and other broken buffs.

    This is why Weapons of Light is being nerfed in Mod 10 for a flat bonus. Rather than proccing off current, buffed Power, it will proc off base Power. So people will just stack more Power. I have seen ACs with 50k base Power, with no sign of any self-buff being active.

    Personally, I use an Ioun Stone anyway, as I don’t have three R12 Bondings. And Ioun stones do not have any functions that will proc a Bonding.

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      August 5, 2016 at 12:34 am

      One thing to answer here, I’m not a ‘full dps dc’. You commented about ‘Dwarf DO does about double the AC’s Damage which is not a goal on mines. I’m not here to do the super world of dmg. I can do reasonable dmg and let my party shine in their dps glory.

      Secondly, I know AC DC’s who are actually specced for DPS and they rock anything so DC’s on the whole, you can go with whatever floats your boat but you should probably go a dps race against a pure AC DC dpser and see how you hold up.

      • Profile photo of Contractions of Fate
        November 15, 2016 at 2:48 pm

        That was exactly the point I was making: AC Righteous/Virtuous is a much better party buffer/debuffer and much more tanky than DO Righteous/Virtuous, despite my using a Tielfing and gimping her stats for solo play.

        But DO Righteous/Virtuous or Righteous/Faithful is better for solo play because his Encounters hit half as often but more than twice as hard. But he’s a bit of a glass cannon as he’s just not as tanky as he has AA up not at all whereas my Tielfing AC has it up 100% without even trying.

        He also has Drowned set, Lostmauth set and Trans Vorpal and Trans Negation, 70% Crit chance, heals off damaging Crits and procs Fire of the Gods all the time and DoTs everything with Brand of the Sun but has quite low Recovery. And he is STILL not as good a party buffer as he was in Mod 2 and 3. But his Benefit of Foresight procs when people are standing in Astral Shield inside Hallowed Ground, so no one would rely just on Benefit of Foresight in CN. But AA on the AC is much easier to have up 100% as she fills Action Points half way through my 1 blue Sunburst, one Blue Divine Glow, 1 blue Break the Spirit, 1 Empowered Break the Spirit, one Divine Glow and 1 Sunburst rotation.

        My AC has Trans Feytouched and Trans Soulforged and can solo everything, she just takes twice as long, which becomes boring after playing my HB SW, SM GF and DO DC.

        By the way, Anointed Action does not proc from Guardian of Faith or Anointed Army and Ancient Warding seems to have Zero effect on the party, as well as the Daily not proccing the Class feature at all. One way round this is with a Mythic Devoted Sigil and Burning Weapon set to cast Hallowed Ground, hit the Artfact and cast AA before HG expires. if only ONE of those lock boxes had dropped the Coastal Flail Snail! :((

        And Healing Action only procs off Healing Word and Bastion of Health last I looked.

        I also have a Dwarf AC DC (my 2nd character from early Mod 2) who has maxed WIS and STR and Legendary Imperial set with epic Artifact, so is probably closer to your build, minus the huge Recovery and Fire of the Gods instead of Condemning Gaze. I recently started playing him again for the first time since Mod 3 or 4 with no boons and borrowed gear. He cannot have AA up 100%, but he kills things SO much faster as his stats are 23, 13, 13, 13, 30, 16 whereas the Tiefling’s stats are 17, 13,13, 21, 21, 26. She has +27% Recharge just from her stats.

        I also have a Halfling Virtuous/Faithful who I’d like to respec to Virtuous/Righteous, up as far as Weapons of Light. I thought I saw a build here but can’t find it now :(((

        Cheers!

        • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
          November 15, 2016 at 8:01 pm

          I understand man, and well you have the drowned set as well. I think that maybe still bugged where when the heals procc, it actually if you have gift of haste feat, it procs it. I think a few clerics sneakily use the drowned set because of them realizing with GoH, the drowned set can procc it lol.

          but everything overall, seems you got some interesting builds on your DC’s lol. Quite a lover of DC’s I see :). To afd on here, I actually do the same thing in my parties, at the very start if my ap is full & I’m ready to pop the sigil, I lay hallowed ground first, then with the mythic sigil, the snail, burning set, everything fills up again in no time and you can pop AA with the HG. After that point however, when HG is gone, I just stick to spamming AA for the remainder. As for the Anointed Action you mention, when I used to pvp hardcore as AC faithful with some virt, I had Anointed Action slotted and realized that it doesn’t procc from Anointed Army so I actually along with anointed army slotted, I slotted Divine Armor as Divine Armor proccs Anointed Action when it’s slotted (It might be subject to a change as I haven’t pvp in ages).

          As for the final build you mentioned about trying, I think there’s someone that recently uploaded that here, I think it’s this one http://mmominds.com/2016/10/26/devoted-cleric-anointed-champion-healbuffdebuff-build-mod-10/

          so check it out as I believe this is the one you’re talking about to try on your Halfling DC.

  • Rude Aura
    July 24, 2016 at 8:14 am

    Wow!! Hoping to build mine up like this, may take a awhile I know but out of all my toons my DC is the most fun. Thankyou for this

  • Keith
    August 2, 2016 at 3:16 pm

    Tried out this build and I’m loving it. I have a solo PVE setup that works for me in all content. Than in group content swap a few abilities around and I can keep everyone health up, do debuffing and buffing and a tiny bit of damage. Even if I go in as a DPS I am doing buffing and debuffing. Over all this has been my favorite DC build. Well thought out by the Jarek.

    Thank you for this guide it has helped me out as I played my DC from level 1 to IL 2300+.

  • babwvb
    August 2, 2016 at 6:43 pm

    Why strength? It looks like all it does is DOT resist and stam regen?

  • UmbrielEE
    August 3, 2016 at 8:51 pm

    So since blessing of battle doesnt exist anymore should we go with sacred flame instead?

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      August 5, 2016 at 12:15 am

      I don’t understand what you’re saying. Blessing of Battle is in the Anointed Champion path of the Cleric. If you ‘don’t see it, it’s probably because you’re Divine Oracle.

  • Julio césar
    August 4, 2016 at 7:39 am

    Hi, can you help me whit the skills rotation for epic dungeons?

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      August 5, 2016 at 12:30 am

      In epic dungeons, T1/T2/Castle Never, I use the following:

      If there’s a GF (with at least passable dmg resistance), I use the Divine Glow, Break the spirit and Astral Shield encounters (Depending on if there’s alot of trash, you can at least switch out Break if you want and use Chains to proc your weapon enchantment if you have a debuff one since Divine doesn’t procc your weapon enchanments but make sure to remember to have break the spirit slotted at least in the boss battles)

      Without a GF (or one that doesn’t have remotely good dmg resistance), I use, Divine Glow, Break the spirit, Chains of Blazing Light for those instances (If there happens to be another DC in your party, discuss with him or her to see what each other will use and well easily, one can have break the spirit, other can have forgemaster’s flame)

      It really depends as mentioned if there’s a Guardian Fighter with you since DC’s & Guardian fighters for now (Said ‘for now’ because the GF buff, Into the Fray got nerfed but it’s not a bad nerf) have a good synergy where the DC can overly boost a proper GF’s dmg resistance thus a stronger buff from Into the Fray.

  • Profile photo of Khita
    August 4, 2016 at 10:35 am

    Hi and thanks for your guide. I heave a question. Is Armor Penetration important for your build?

    Thanks

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      August 5, 2016 at 12:18 am

      Not really, as I’m not a pure dps DC, strictly a pure buffer/debuffer but if I have to carry a party, I can. When my bondings proc, I do however reach 61% Resistance ignored but really, not my focus. I’m here to buff my dps in the party, not to ‘outshine’ them. Their job to dps stuff, not me.

  • Awsrin
    August 5, 2016 at 8:40 pm

    Hi, I’m following your guide to the best of my abilities as i just hit 70 a few days ago and my IL is about 2050 and I’ve been having problems with running epics. Any basic advice that you can give at face value? Just started out on PS4 and all of my teams have been extremely squishy and I feel like I’m usually the problem. The biggest problem I could specially point out is the fact I rely heavily on Bastion of Health, yet I’ve read in the majority of places that Divine Glow should be our staple. Am I not getting out as much power to make DG as reliable as others think it is or am I lack something else? Thanks for the reply in advance! Really digging your guide as well.

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      August 10, 2016 at 12:41 am

      What is your current power at? Well if that’s the case, you can for starters have Divine Glow, Break The Spirit & Bastion of Health if that wasn’t the moves slotted. But need to learn more here (Currently on vacation because of the zika virus, recovering so will take longer than usual to respond.)

      • Austin
        August 18, 2016 at 3:32 am

        Well some good amount of time has passed since I last commented and I’ve been slotting those powers you mentioned and done better. My Item level is around 2.6k now so many of my problems have been solved. Your build has been helping me but I can’t do much when my tanks take less hits than I do. Also I really hope you enjoyed your vacation my friends and I enjoy following your build and your friends builds like Lia’s GWF build. Keep doing awesome stuff!

  • Aeus
    August 10, 2016 at 5:03 pm

    Great guide man!

    Just sondering, can this be used as leveling build?
    I’m having a hard time finding a good build to follow, currently lvl 52.

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      August 19, 2016 at 12:40 pm

      Hey man, well of course you can, you just need to use particular encounters like Divine Glow, Break the Spirit and Chains. Or you can try to use Daunting light instead of Chains. I will say as well if you feel you can’t use this to level up which just a minor few feels like that, I’ve actually told them to specc into DO righteous first then when you’re lvl 70 and good to go, then respecc into this build. But overall on a large scale, I’ve had people use the build to level up and it was fine. The content isn’t hard so there really shouldn’t be any problems using this build to level up.

  • Erick
    August 10, 2016 at 5:59 pm

    Hey Jarek,

    I just want to say; this build is amazing. I am level 68 and close to 69 and I’m in love with this build. My item level is a bit over 1500 and i’m trying to push out more as much as I can. Should I focus on power a lot more than anything else or recovery? I also have points left in my feats but I noticed no other points were spent in this build; is there a reason those points are left unspent? Will spending them mess with anything? If I do spend those points, what other feats should I level up? The left side feats not paragon.

    Again, thank you for this. It’s amazing.

  • Profile photo of Erick
    August 10, 2016 at 11:18 pm

    Hey Jarek, this build is completely amazing! I’m almost level 69 and this build is just fantastic. I want to ask you a few questions; I notice in this build there are still FEAT points left over (Not paragon on the right) is there a reason for that or can I go ahead and use the leftovers? If I can, what should I put them on? I am almost item level 1575 and just wanted to make sure I’m following this build to the T.

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      August 19, 2016 at 12:45 pm

      Hey Erick, well I read your both comments and if you still need answers, well leveling up, you should have more power in my opinion. And also, you have points unspent? That sounds like to me you maybe a human race. When you’re human, you actually get 3 extra Heroic points to spend. That’s why when you put your comments and said I have feats left over, you probably are a human devoted cleric. I’ll need to know this first but to say, if you’re actually human and you got 3 points left over, you can probably put either 3/5 into domain synergy or 2 more points into Healing Word & the remaining point into Bountiful Fortune.

  • Shazza
    August 11, 2016 at 3:25 pm

    Thank you sharing for your excellent guide. Best wishes for a speedy recovery.

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      August 19, 2016 at 12:28 pm

      Thanks alot, I appreciate it. I’m currently doing much better, just my lower half of my body, mainly legs are a bit weak but I should hopefully be even better within a week.

  • Hidalgo
    August 12, 2016 at 8:18 am

    What encounter powers do you usually use? The at wills and the dailies are pretty strait forward but the encounter powers seem pretty open ended.

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      August 19, 2016 at 12:35 pm

      Depends on the situation, that’s why I put all those encounters, it’s very dependent on the situation. In a usual party set up now a days because of the Guardian Fighter changes, Mod 10 (If you’re a PC player), I use Divine Glow, Break the Spirit, Chains of Blazing Light. If I notice my party is a bit soft and needs more healing, I’ll move out chains to use bastion or even, if my tank is a bit squishy, I’ll use Astral Shield instead. If you’re not a PC player and you haven’t got affected by the GF changes, you should probably use Divine Glow, Break the Spirit, Astral Shield as Astral Shield will be buffing your GF’s Into the Fray (Note again, the buffing of ITF doesn’t work anymore on PC so if you’re a PC player, you should know this)

  • gui
    August 16, 2016 at 8:35 pm

    This build works as a full support build? (focus on heals and buffs)?

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      August 19, 2016 at 12:26 pm

      Yea, it does work great on buffs and decent enough on heals. If you’re geared enough, you can just use Divine glow as your sole heal, however, I must say, if you feel like your party is a bit squishy and clearly can’t survive without heals, then I recommend you slot bastion of health along with the divine glow. Also, the class feat call ‘Healer’s Lore’ does wonders with those heals, it really increases the heals nicely.

  • Octavio
    August 17, 2016 at 2:39 pm

    Hey man ! Can you help me, I’m not a geared player so… with the weapon enchants I only have (in this moment) a normal plague, normal terror and a normal bronsewood, can you advice me. Shall I use the normal brozewood? I noticed that you wrote the changes, for now. I’ll try to get a greater bronze but thats my part haha

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      August 19, 2016 at 12:24 pm

      At this time, you should probably use the normal plague then. You can’t use the normal bronzewood. That’s why I wrote specifically for bronzewood ‘Transcendent Bronzewood.’ If you’re a PC player and is already experiencing Mod 10, they did changes to the weapon enchantments, mainly the debuff ones. Transcendent Bronzewood is the only rank of Bronzewood that gives your party that 5% increase in dmg so any other rank of Bronzewood, isn’t good. Plague and Terror isn’t good as well but they’ll do you better at other ranks than Bronzewood (Although not by much). So again, if you’re a PC player, this applies to you, what I just said.

  • gui
    August 19, 2016 at 6:21 pm

    hey Jarek 🙂

    you said it’s best str over cha

    it is also true if you go on full healing support?

    Ty

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      August 19, 2016 at 7:47 pm

      Hey there, well even as a pure healer, I do believe you should want STR over CHA for a better Crit chance and mainly, I feel like you get better bang for your buck with picking STR over CHA. CHA, for every +1 in it you gain 1% recharge speed & actually, with just 200 recovery, you gain the same 1% recharge speed. I feel like you can make that up with artifacts, your gear and enchantments. STR is for every +1, you gain 1% Crit Chance and it’s 400 crit strike = 1% Crit chance so to me as that’s more, you should invest the points into STR as even for a pure healer, you want to at least have a reasonable crit chance for your heals.

  • Skye
    August 21, 2016 at 10:43 am

    Hi thank you for that Guide 🙂
    But one Question. I play Full Heal the whole Time but everebody say a Debuff DC is better in the actual Mode. So..
    Have that Build enough Heal for Dungeons?

    Sry for my grammar, >.>
    i´m from Germany

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      August 21, 2016 at 2:51 pm

      Hey Skye, well I understood what you asked so it’s alright. With heals, you have to remember, as righteous, the main goal isn’t healing, it’s buffs/debuffs to make your party stronger. However, with at least 20k power + & perfect bondings + I have seen clerics heal adequate enough in dungeons as righteous. If you have an augment, I still believe you can heal alright but maybe not as strong as bondings that at least perfect and upwards. With righteous, with divine glow slotted and well time, you can heal. If you feel you need backup with it depending on how your party is (really squishy), you should have the class feat called ‘healer’s lore’ with the encounter ‘bastion of health’ to help with heals. I always say for clerics, it’s situational so you got to pay attention and judge your party and see if they really need alot of heals or not.

  • Jay
    September 4, 2016 at 12:50 pm

    can i still use this for module 10? im starting to consider this sort of build rather than being a full healer.

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      September 14, 2016 at 4:55 pm

      Yea, you can use it. If you are planning to run FBI (Fangbreaker Island), I’ll recommend slotting bastion along with divine glow and break the spirit. Class feats can be healer’s lore & Hastening Light

  • SirDebow
    September 5, 2016 at 6:41 pm

    My question is what Artifact Stat are you using in your off hand artifact (Burning Icon) and what stat did you go with on your main hand (Burning Holy Symbol)

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      September 14, 2016 at 4:57 pm

      Hey there, my artifact stat I use is Action Point Gain and I rolled a 399 out of 400 on it and as for the main hand, I switch between Astral Seal & Blessing of Power

  • toflux
    September 6, 2016 at 12:35 pm

    Hi Jarek! Hope you are well!
    Thanks for your amazing build 🙂

    I’ve 2 question:
    1) How do you think about drawcraft armor? My intention is to take alliance restoration and then drawcraft before start to farm for elven.
    2) Any advice for powers for solo build?

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      September 14, 2016 at 5:04 pm

      Hey man, thanks alot.

      1) You can def use it before your farming for elven, no probs

      2)Well if you mean what encounters to use while soloing, you can use divine glow, break the spirt, chains/daunting light

  • Josh Olson
    September 7, 2016 at 3:50 pm

    Thanks for the guide! I had been playing as Protection Paladin for a while and our guild needed some more clerics and I’m surprised I’m having as much fun as I am leveling up. I did notice you had said to get Action Point gain up as much as possible and wanted to point out Jewelcrafting profession has +100 Action Point gain jewels available at rank 25. I know you had pointed out professions, but maybe had forgotten this one for your build. Either way, great build and I look forward to playing a cleric and a paladin for a long time.

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      September 14, 2016 at 5:25 pm

      Hey man,

      Well you’re right about that. I just assumed for that most people knew this offhand since Jewelcrafting is something I know everyone has to level up for the rings etc so I really didn’t forget about it, I just didn’t add it. I added other things because I know people might find no reason to upgrade leatherworking but mentioned that profession gives the crit kits. Trying to say along the way, you usually find out to level up Jewelcrafting thanks to research

  • Tom
    September 10, 2016 at 11:39 am

    I leveled up DO. Love this build but could you walk me through what it is like to solo, just doing random quests? The rotation confuses me cause I am not used to it

    Thanks for the great guide

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      September 15, 2016 at 2:34 am

      Well as a solo player/doing those quests, you simply go with our more offensive moves

      Basically if you’re DO, you can try Divine glow, Break the spirit, Daunting light/Chains of Blazing Light.

      The Dailies you can try as well will be Flame Strike & Hammer of Fate

      At wills – Brand of the Sun, Lance of Faith

  • Dean
    September 13, 2016 at 12:11 pm

    You put a lot into that, impressive!
    Do you have a dps build with the same effort you put into this build ?
    Would greatly appreciate it if you could help

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      September 15, 2016 at 2:37 am

      Hey Dean,

      I’m not completely sure what you’re asking. Are you asking for a dps version of this build or in general, any sort of dps build for any class?. If it’s a dps build for any class, then no. I do play a Hunter Ranger Stormwarden Trapper but I’m more focused on my Cleric.

      • Dean
        October 27, 2016 at 12:43 pm

        I love this build mate, I was wondering if you had such a detailed dps build not a cleric, but I’m so happy that I’m sticking with your creation. On a personal note did you grind it out or did you put hard cash into ? I can make half a mil ad a week but the problem is coalecent wards being over a mil on ps4😢

        • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
          October 27, 2016 at 3:40 pm

          Thanks alot man, much appreciated 🙂 and ahh I see, no, I don’t have any other builds besides the cleric class. And as for that question, hardcore grind. There were times in the past when I’ll log on, I’ll spend hours upon hours running dungeons like Castle Never and whatever drops I got, sold it & whatever salvage I got, I’ll share it amount my at time time 12 other alts and salvage those drops into rough AD so my whole account always had. The transcendent dread I have that at the time cost 6 mil on the PC, I spent exactly a little over 2 weeks and some days farming hard to get up to a little over 6 mil AD, then buying it. So I can indeed farm my butt off lol. As for other ways of AD, you can try to build your leadership profession to rank 25 on multiple toons so you can end up selling stuff like resonance stones, thaum stones, opening the enchanted coffers on a x2 enchantments/runes etc. That’s basically how I make AD really, farming hard & doing leadership professions (I also make kits from other professions as well like leatherworking, jewel crafting etc). The coal wards, my advice is to continue whatever you’re doing and save/spend wisely. Coal wards are like over 500k on the PC at this time so if I need those, I either farm AD for it or I hope it drops from those celestial coffers you can get when you invoke.

        • Danky
          October 29, 2016 at 4:51 pm

          First off, Jarek, love the build. I switched my DC to it about 2 months ago and have never looked back. Thanks for taking the time to write this up.

          @Dean. Coalescent Wards are 350-380k on PS4. Also, this build IS a DPS build. It might not be the highest DPS that can be tweaked on the class, but if you do your rotation right you will do great. You don’t want to maximize your dps and neglect your teammates by denying them massive damage boosts as well.

          That being said, I’m a 3k GS now and when I speed run dungeons I slot break the spirit, divine glow, and daunting light. My rotation is normal DG, Divinity DG, Divinity DL x2, full empowered BTS, then normal DL. I keep annointed army up almost constantly, and try to pop it just a second before combat so my companion procs companions gift with annointed army on him.

          I can do #1 in DPS running in a group of 2.5-2.9k GS. Especially dungeons with lots of adds.

          For solo I slot DL, DG, and Chains. Rotation is Chains, DG, Div DLx3, full emp DG.

          For PVP I slot BTS, DG, Astral shield. Usually dropping full empowered astral shields. Using the BTS as a stun (divinity), dmg debuff(non divinity), and sometimes fully empowered as dmg booster if the team is surviving well.

          • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
            October 29, 2016 at 6:23 pm

            Man no probs at all, I appreciate the great words and it’s even greater to hear how exactly this build works for you. I’m the type of guy where I love to hear great results from this layout I have here, and even if a person makes their own changes, I’m just as pleased. Clerics are a class that you can really mold into your own unique idea/playstyle. So great to even here you pvp with this build as I made it more for pve.

            I know my build is righteous but I won’t go our there and say it’s ‘dps’. As you mentioned, you can indeed tweak things or depending on the dungeon, if there’s alot of adds, you can do great but dpsing is a secondary goal to me after buffs/debuffs and even having some sort of healing ability (although righteous isn’t designed to put out world class heals you can still heal well with the right companions, power, etc)

            On a side note as well, I will be adding more suggestions to this build but when Mod 10b comes out for the PC, which is November 8th so stay tuned.

        • Dean
          November 1, 2016 at 7:10 am

          Hi mate, sorry got one more question where the hell is the greater belt of wisdom? Got the cloak yesterday from a drop lucky me ,

          • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
            November 1, 2016 at 12:46 pm

            You’re a ps4 player right?. Well, I’ll like to assume you can get the greater belt of wisdom the same way like we can get it on PC. Basically, it can drop from the Epic Lair of Lostmauth Dungeon for starters, like either from the dragon directly, or in one of the two chests. A very low chance tho. Outside of that, I can’t recall it dropping from artifact packs from particular lockboxes so I really can’t remember where else you can get it besides the Lostmauth Dungeon & if you farm the heralds event in Well of Dragons called ‘Draconic Heralds’, I do believe those dragons possess a small chance to drop belts like Greater Belt of Wisdom etc. Usually, it’s very cheap in the Auction House on the PC, like maybe 2k-10k AD cheap, but seems it might be more for y’all on the ps4?.

          • Dean
            November 1, 2016 at 2:13 pm

            Thanks a lot , very kind of you👍

  • Judicata
    September 19, 2016 at 4:46 pm

    What do you think about the rust monster companion?

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      September 20, 2016 at 2:20 pm

      The rust monster companion, it really depends. If you’re in a very squishy group, I can see this working well. I tested with my guild leader on how it exactly works and came to the conclusion that indeed, this can work pretty decently in a squishy/soft group or if your tank is pretty bad.

  • babwvb
    September 21, 2016 at 7:48 pm

    Hey what artifact class feature and at will do you use on the weapons?

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      September 21, 2016 at 8:30 pm

      Hey man,

      Well for the artifact class feature, since I mostly now a days slot the holy fervor & hastening light class feats, I actually use Holy Fervor’s own which is when you crit, you increase your dmg by 5% for 5 secs. I don’t use Hastening Light’s own because that offhand feat doesn’t work at all which is that it gives your allies 10% of their action points. I would have used that but as mentioned, it’s not working.

      The at-will own, well I basically switch between Astral Seal’s own & Blessing of Battle’s own

  • Danny
    September 22, 2016 at 10:25 pm

    How do you build up your power stats I’m currently at 11k and it just can’t boost it up 🙁 new to game

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      September 23, 2016 at 3:36 am

      Hey man, well there is a ton of ways to build up your power. You can;

      Use enchantments of course (Radiants)

      Be in a guild that has the Barracks Structure so you can activate the power boon (When maxed out, you get 8k power)

      Your boons of course that has power stats

      Your gear (Remember when you get better gear, the power will obviously increase)

      There are mounts that have equip bonuses that are specifically power

      When you use insignia’s for your mount bonuses, you can put in ones that has power stats on them (Green Dominance Insignia’s = 50 stat points, Blue ones = 100, Epic/purple = 200)

      Reinforcement kits for your armor set (Power ones vary from 50 to 200 extra power)

      When you level up your artifact gear like your main/offhand, belt, neck etc

      There are tons of ways to increase power but based on you saying you’re on 11k power, are you even level 70 as yet?

  • Danny
    September 23, 2016 at 10:44 am

    Yeah I’m level 70 mate, haven’t unlocked all campaigns yet and was in a guild till someone decided to kick everyone 🙁

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      September 23, 2016 at 12:56 pm

      Well that’s a start, trying to progress thru the campaigns to get more power, And wow, well at least now it gives you a chance to actively search for a guild that has the barracks structure for even more power.

      You can follow what I said up there in that list of ways to get power and see how it goes. I’m sure you’ll even find other ways along the way to gain even more power. Also, your artifacts as well. Try to get the artifacts I listed there to get power and rank them up to legendary and advance on to mythic

  • Danny
    September 23, 2016 at 1:19 pm

    Still need to farm for motes at fiery pit😩 And currently have alliance gear on and duck head, just takes ages 🙁 only got bear mount and tiger and have 3 Aritafacts, currently have artifact belt and some cloak that gives all stats but thanks for the help appreciate it m8

  • Jhovany
    September 26, 2016 at 10:29 am

    What enchants do u have slotted on ur utility slots for hands head and boots are the fey blessings? And the white ones are they all silveries im following the exact same i see on ur character screen shot im on ps4 i have everything rank 10 followed ur artifact recomendation aswell sigils with symbol of air and everything else and this build helps melt everything within seconds thank you so much for ur help

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      September 26, 2016 at 2:24 pm

      Hey there, well I don’t use anything of importance there currently. I have azure rank 9’s in those slots that give xp bonus. I can also switch to use dark rank 9’s for the extra movement. I just recommend slotting there what you think you need the most. Also I think you’re talking about my overload slots. If that’s the case, I currently got greater white and great black dragon glyphs there. The whites ones give, when procced, some extra power & healing while the black ones give extra crit strike. And that’s good to hear man, no probs really for the help/guidelines. The guide is here for people to follow and they are free to make their own little adjustments if needed.

  • Taylor
    October 2, 2016 at 4:48 pm

    Good build !!!
    But for debuff weapon Enchantment the best solution is plague -15% defence and -5% power for foes its rly perfect…frost and bronzewood its rly sucks, especially frost…i have t.holy and i think its ok but i need more debuff or buff

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      October 2, 2016 at 9:48 pm

      Are you a specifically a PC player and have you used ACT?. If you aren’t a PC player & you never used ACT to test things, then to explain to you, that info on the plague, though it’s the tool tip, it’s wrong. In actualilty the debuff it gives, multiple people has indeed tested it and it’s actually a 0.8% increase in dps to your party members hence, making the Frost & Bronzewood better. Trans & pure frost = 7%, Trans bronzewood = 5%.

      You maybe a Xbox or Ps4 player so these changes come to you guys soon

      • Taylor
        October 2, 2016 at 11:59 pm

        Im PC player.
        i asked in my guild and all say to me to use plague or dread(depends what build i play) no1 tell me about frost and especially for bronzewood…
        it seems to me very ridiculous plague say -15 defence and -5 power to foes and you tell me gives another buff…yes i know the neverwinter its full of bugs but this is rly ridiculous 😛

        • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
          October 3, 2016 at 4:59 am

          You can still keep it as an option but it’s not as much as you think it is.

          I was explained too that it can even still give as much at 4.7% debuff. You can check out the explanations of the plague on my guide’s comments on the neverwinter arc forums, last page of it. There’s at least 4-6 comments going back and forth trying to explain exactly how the plague is now a days

  • Raksika
    October 3, 2016 at 2:29 pm

    Hi Czar Jarek,

    I’ve just discovered this amazing build and I will read nicely – need to translate some in my langage 😀

    I wanted to recently up my re-roll DC and this will very helpfull even if i could do 1/3

    thanks so much!

    PS : Lazalia is also model for ou GWF 😀

  • Cindy Nchantra
    October 4, 2016 at 8:03 pm

    Great build Karel, I just Respec my Account DC from just a healer, got tired of hearing everyone whine about no buffs, healing isn’t what other players want anymore, so I rolled with the changes after finding your build. Of course, I still have a long way to go, but the difference very noticeable.I haven’t tried roll yet with this build( that’s where everyone complained the most), but the internet quests I couldn’t get through by myself before hand, I easily made it through without going below 50_% health, Awesome. My next test….elol.
    I Thank You for sharing this build with us, please keep us updated if you make any changes.
    Thanks again
    Queenie

  • Cindy Nchantra
    October 4, 2016 at 8:06 pm

    Oooohhh forgive my typos Karel! That’s what I get for not proof reading beforehand. I looked for an edit option, didn’t find one, so I instantly set out to apologize for my blunder. Lesson learned
    Queenie

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      October 10, 2016 at 6:51 pm

      Lmao no probs xD. And to comment here about my guide. I will be updating in properly on the day mod 10b comes out on PC which should be November 8th. I changed some minor things etc. So stay tuned ^_^

  • Lausi
    October 7, 2016 at 6:10 pm

    Hey man, first I want to thank you for that insane guide.
    I don´t know it I should use my rank10 radiants or should I trade them for silverys rank 10?
    I am using the High Prophet Set.
    Without any offense Enchantments I am at 21.5k Power and 9k Recovery, 6.5k Crit. (WIS+CHA)
    + I´m using the twisted weapons
    My defense Slots are full radiant rank 10.

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      October 10, 2016 at 6:55 pm

      Before I answer this, are you a pc player?

      Because I have something to mention with your high prophet

      • Lukas Albrecht
        October 19, 2016 at 11:43 am

        yes I am playing on pc

        • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
          October 19, 2016 at 3:48 pm

          Ah ok, well to let you know for starters, I think when the new mod comes out on November 8th, mod 10b, those old sets like the high prophet won’t be useful anymore, they’ll be removing their armor bonuses.

          In terms of your actual question, you have a nice number of recovery already in my opinion. You can indeed get more through putting silveries in your companion’s offense gear slots so when bondings proc (assuming you have bondings), you can get even more recovery so for your offense slots, in that instance, I’ll go for more radiants then for more power. The defense slots are fine with radiants for hp. If you however, decide to use that mount bonus ability called ‘assassin’s convenant’, you will however need to remember to switch to azures for your defense as that assassin’s convenant ability makes you lose defense, deflection and lifesteal and in return, gives you more power. I don’t think it’s much but if you’re one of those who may want to get as much power as they can, that’s a way to go (Only if you ever look into assassin’s convenant)

  • Honor
    October 10, 2016 at 6:46 pm

    In the dread ring campaign, why did you not go with Burning Guidance or Rampaging Madness for the final boom?
    Also, do you think the Moon Elf is a viable race option for the 1% gain to AP and Stamina regen?

    P.S. I am LOVING this build thus far. I have a lot of work to do, but I hold my own well so far.

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      October 10, 2016 at 7:05 pm

      Hey man, with rampaging madness, I don’t believe it’s worth it . I hate the timer on it. Basically it’s building 50 stacks for 50 secs just to have 4000 power, lifesteal etc for 10 secs. That is yuck to me in my opinion. As for Burning Guidance, a good dmg dealer. It’s a good option especially for Healadins

      • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
        October 10, 2016 at 7:16 pm

        As for Moon Elf, some things on it are pretty decent but I won’t recommend it for a DC. There’s better options for sure. The stats as well for it, +2 int and a choice between +2 Dex or +2 Cha, not ideal really for a DC (CHA is for a DC, of course, but not Dex or Int)

  • Monster Energy
    October 12, 2016 at 1:34 pm

    Why u dont get any set Bonuses like Tiamat? I dont get it. Why Belt of Wisdom and Dragon Cloak?

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      October 12, 2016 at 3:58 pm

      Among my options, the tiamat set, each part is within my suggestions for cloaks, belts and artifacts, however I don’t use the set mainly because for me personally, the artifact in particular is not a first choice of artifacts for me and the artifacts I mainly wanted, I got easily & as well, I really don’t need from the belt +2 CHA as that +2 CHA is basically +2% recharge speed that you can get easily from other things and as for the cloak, it does have the ap gain in combat but as I possess the wisdom belt that gives power/recovery/defense, I didn’t want to have a cloak as well that gives power/recovery/defense. Yes, I’m support but I’m still righteous and whatever you goal is as a righteous DC, you still need some sort of crit hence why I went with power/crit/recovery cloak. Overall, it depends on your choice. The Tiamat set is a valid option for righteous DC but in my eyes, it’s especially valid for lower geared righteous DC’s who feel like they need some insurance for healing for whatever reasoning (Power isn’t as high as they want etc)

      When you’re higher end and you know what you’re doing, you really don’t need that set. I’ve been solo heals in runs like Fangbreaker Island where I’ve done heals with bastion of health for over 1 million. Multiple times as well. Since I have a lot of power when bondings procc and I can slot good feats, if needed like healer’s lore or even light of divinity, these things can happen. (Obviously the bastion was fully empowered and the target/targets health was really low). Clerics are a very ‘gear to how you envision yourself/want to play/gear to how you like type of class’ We’re not limited to a specific set of options like pve GWF’s where they have to get the orcus set to try to output the best damage available. As a cleric, you can gear however the hell you want. My guide is just as it says, a guide. I’ve had so much people use my guide as a template and made their own personal adjustments and basically if I talk to 10 clerics, at least 8 out of the 10 adjusted things to their own liking within that adjustments, they all have their own unique style of thinking and playing.

  • Profile photo of Taylor
    October 17, 2016 at 10:29 pm

    If use in abilities STR/CHA its not better?

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      October 18, 2016 at 6:17 pm

      I don’t understand exactly what you’re trying to say, but I think if you’re saying what I think it is, then to tell you, you must have wisdom as a DC since it’s a bonus to our damage and mainly, healing. As for the other two stats, 1 CHA is basically equal to 200 recovery so that’s why I said in this guide to go more WIS/STR because STR is better bang for your buck as 400 crit strike stat adds 1% to your crit chance. You can easily get the recovery from your gear, armor stats etc.

  • Mat
    October 18, 2016 at 10:38 am

    I have the Transcent Plague Fire I’m a DC on XBOX. I also have a Transcend Frost.
    Will this frost proc Fire of the gods what you describe?

    We get Mod 10 today so will it be better using Transcent Frost instead of Plague Fire? (my DC is 3.6 k righteous)

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      October 18, 2016 at 6:14 pm

      Yes, the weapon enchantments like frost will still indeed proc fire of gods. In terms of which is better, The frost is still better as the increase is 7% while specifically, transcendent plague fire gives for the most, I understand a range between 4.7% to 5.7%. Most people are not explaining it properly so I quite don’t understand but thanks to a post I saw, I understand it’s 5.7%. I’ll be updating this guide fully again on November 8th, when the new mod (mod 10b), comes out.

  • October 18, 2016 at 2:18 pm

    Hey Jarek! I´m playing in PS4 and using your build, It´s amazing man! I switched some things, like that:

    1. I´m using the complete Imperial Set(Imperial Cloak, Waisband of Honor, Rod of Imperial), the damage is more 25% aditional fire damage. The last Artifact is the symbol of fire(power, recovery,defense). Using the Cleric´s Artifact in the acting use, and the Paladin´s artifact too.

    2. Switched the companions, to “adequate’ my situation. The active companions is the mercenary with a bounding runestone, (3 spaces for rings, and add runestones od attack and critical strike, the ring of brutalitty+4 is working too, the damage is GREAT).The others I´m using are the Owl(-25 % Threat), Laughing skull(500 power 500 critical strike in encounters), Earth Archon(more damage with full health) , Fire Archon( More damage with enemies with less 50% health).

    3. The build WORKS GREAT to BUFF/DEBUFF cleric, but I´ve changed some things. I´m using the Armored Polar Bear to defense, and put all the status from the buffs to DEFENSE , ACTION POINT GAIN and RECOVERY. This will be great to survive enemies, and be the ´last stand`when all your group dies.

    4. I´m doing the Elemental Dragonfly set too, some armor you posted we don´t have in PS4 yet.

    5. One more time, congratulations for the build, is the best for the DC, in my opinion.

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      October 18, 2016 at 6:31 pm

      Which armor y’all don’t have precisely?. I have the dragonflight set recommended in my guide and I believed y’all are supposed to have that. As for the fangbreaker set, you guys will be getting that added today if I’m not mistaken since XBOX and PS4 are supposed to have an update for mod 10 on the 18th of October. As for everything else you said, I’m glad to hear you used my guide and also made adjustments to your own liking. Cleric is really a class you are going to learn by being thrown into the fire and then think of your own unique ways to do what you think it’s best to do.

      Thanks again for your words man.

      • October 18, 2016 at 6:52 pm

        It´s the Lightender´s set, we don´t have the Fangbreaker´s island Dungeon Yet(PS4). The rest is perfect.

        • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
          October 18, 2016 at 11:58 pm

          Really?. So you ps4 players didn’t get the fangbreaker set added today?. I thought y’all had mod 10 added exactly today?

          • October 19, 2016 at 12:02 pm

            Yes, It was added yesterday(18/10). So many changes in the game too. The Dungeon ” Fangbreaker Island” suggest a 3100 Gear Score, I think I´I´ll wait to up my gear hehehe.

          • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
            October 19, 2016 at 3:51 pm

            Well yea, if you’re under 3100 item level, you’ll need to build it up first before entering that new dungeon and also, there’s an ‘everfrost resistance’ you need to meet as well along with entering that dungeon if you didn’t notice as yet. You need 28% of this everfrost resistance as well to enter the dungeon. I warn you in advance, this dungeon, depending on your luck, you maybe farming this for a long ass time. The pieces are basically a low chance to drop and even if pieces drop for you, you may actually get a piece you may not want. So this dungeon, can be quite a pain to farm in many ways.

  • JulioCros
    November 7, 2016 at 2:23 am

    Hi jarek, in 2 days i can go to fbi in ps4. can you give me any tip about this dungeon? Rotation, advice, any thing that can help me. And sorry, but my english isnt very well.

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      November 9, 2016 at 7:58 pm

      Hey Julio, well if you want tips, it’s like this. Firstly, if you’re in a guild that has the revive sickness boon, it will be great to activate that boon, during that run. Also, if you got the hp boon as well, won’t hurt to use that also (If you’re comfy with your hp and feel like you don’t need extra, you can stick to the defense boon). In terms of the actual things to slot. Before I elaborate more, my first advice will be that make a good group for yourself if you’re righteous. Maybe a group with two DC’s (Healadin, buff DC will work as well), a tank and two dps or even, two tanks (1 GF, 1 paladin), yourself as the buff dc and two dps. You can set ways to make it effective for yourself, in terms of group play. If you get a your basic, three dps, 1 tank, yourself as only heals, no probs, just got to be very alert and active.

      Rotation, I use basically :- Divine Glow, Break the Spirit, Bastion of Health. If the group is super comfy and well organized and you realize you really don’t need to heal (Bastion), you can go with Divine Glow, Break the spirit/Chains, Astral Shield (Chains to procc your weapon enchantment if it’s a debuff one). It varies man, it depends on the situation as how good your group is and how well the party composition looks.

      So as it’s your first time, maybe you want to be safe with Divine glow, break the spirit/astral shield, bastion of health. (Astral Shield can be useful on the turtle boss but if the boss reaches like 7-9 stacks or more of slam which increases its dmg, then Astral shield from around that point, won’t save you that much)

  • November 8, 2016 at 10:49 am

    So, this percentage from plague you are saying is 5,6% more damage to party? if so you recommend Trans Plague instead of Trans Bronze?

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      November 8, 2016 at 2:27 pm

      Yes, it will be 5.6% increase in damage for your party for the targets that get effected by the trans plague’s debuff. In that instance, I’ll probably indeed put the trans plague infront of trans bronzewood if you have to have a choice between the two

  • Anonymous Cleric
    November 9, 2016 at 9:05 am

    This build is ok, but I feel it is wasting a lot of its potential. Firstly, have you considered the fact that bear your sins is bugged and only applies the debuff for a very brief period of time (although any dots applied during that period of time will retain the debuff.) After that brief period of time, bys instead grants 10% arp. Source: various posts on official forums as well as bug reports. Easy to test and replicate, apply bear your sins as sole debuff then deal damage with another attack 2 seconds later.

    Secondly, your guide gives no mention to the indirect manner in which you can stack power. You aren’t looking into things like the assassin’s covenant insignia bonus. By using black ice enchantments on defense+the insignia bonus, as well as SH defense boon, then taking every boon that has lifesteal, defense or deflect so long as the alternative isn’t power, you are gaining a net increase to power which boosts your buffing capabilities. Combined with power on insignias, you could have a lot more power.

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      November 9, 2016 at 3:03 pm

      Well for starters here, I actually do know this and saw this over 1 month ago by knowledgeable sources saying this on not only the forums, on reddit & nwo uncensored but truthfully, I don’t see how this changed anything for any righteous dc’s guide as you’ll still recommend bear you sins regardless so this is something to not really tamper with as for a larger audience, you don’t want to confuse them. I can of course mention it but I rather let this just be common knowledge on the forums, just to show how wrong this game’s tooltips can be. But I don’t get your opening statement mentioning this and the ‘buffs’ potential when every guide about righteous dc’s will have the same mention of taking bear your sins.

      Secondly, have you seen how much info is on the guide itself?. I can’t literally put every, single thing as for instance, on the arc forums, there’s a word limit per post so yesterday, it took me hours to even edit the arc forum’s guide properly. It’s a bit easier here as I have more wording freedom but, I clearly did look into assassin’s covenant bonus?. I’m pretty sure in my updated version I literally talked about assassin’s covenant and stacking it via defense and via stronghold defense boon. If you’re reading the guide, you’ll actually know that. If you scroll to the enchantments section and check out defense, you’ll see I mentioned assassin’s covenant like this…

      “Radiants for HP. You want to at least get to rank 8’s and work your way up if possible, however, if you are into that mount bonus called ‘Assassin’s Covenant, you should put azures in your defense slots as when you have this bonus, it takes away some of your defense, deflection & lifesteal & in return to gain power (If you are really into this mount bonus & in a guild, you should also activate your guild’s defense boon if they possess that). Same as radiants, you want to have this on rank 8 for starters and work your way up. If you’re really feeling this mount bonus, you can also try for Cruels in your defense slots as Cruel’s give both Defense and Deflection. (Just know, if you go for Cruels, you got to at least start it off at rank 10 +).”.

      I clearly mentioned you gain power. Everyone who’s reading the guide obviously will know how important is power so I don’t have to mention here everytime ‘to gain power, and you know how important power is’ If by now, via playing, your own adventures and so on, that you don’t know power is important for clerics regardless of what specc you are, then I have no clue what to say to those people (I also stressed how important power is as a cleric stat, later in the guide). You mentioned black ice enchantments, it’s a good suggestion but to me, you gotta have this outright rank 12. At rank 10, I don’t like it’s 260 defense, 130 lifesteal, 130 deflect so if this suggestion has to be made, I’m going to outright say rank 11-12 at least.

      Finally, insignias, that was just me forgetting to update that to say that you can stack power this way, but this is a whole extra fortune to even have the epic versions which give 200 power, 200 recovery etc. It can be added to stress an importance to it, but for most people who aren’t ‘loaded’ blue ranked insignias will be great. (You talked about power, you must remember you need a decent recovery number as well) So thanks for the info (Mainly, the reminder about insignias as I forgot to stress on that more, although there’s a mention of power & recovery already, just need to edit yet again today which I’ll do soon & credit you for the good reminder.) but you really should have read that enchantments part again as I waited till November 8th for mod 10 b and I did clearly mention that mount bonus & in the mounts section there is a more talked about assassin’s covenant bonus there as well as I updated the guide for 10B so I won’t say I downplayed this bonus in anyway (At the start of the both guides, I do have myself updating every single thing I added, just didn’t put a date on mmominds, but you can see on arc it was done on november 8th but I’ll add the timestamp here so people can see as well)

      • Anonymous Cleric
        November 10, 2016 at 8:12 am

        It doesn’t take much effort at all to hit the required recovery number. My DC has perma AA and most of it comes from R12 bondings+loyal commander gear. Combined with gorgon/snail and you good to go, you have perma AA. Power stacking is where most of your effectiveness will come from. Ideal gear pieces being 2 dusk (the ones with power on them) then the 2 pieces of gear with power on them from fbi. Why 2 dusk? Because of the party set bonus. Ring wise you should mention the powee/recovery rings from FBI, they are an excellent choice. With regards to pets, I think a good choice is 2 sprites and then the sellsword for active, the dragonborn raider and the dragonborn brawler. 2 of those for AP gain, the sellsword for debuff+power active bonus, the 2 dragonborn pets for more power. Power = buff potential. The heart of the red dragon also has power/defense on it (I think, going off memory) which = more power.

        Plaguefire or frost are BiS for weapon enchantment choices, because they are both unique debuffs. Most debuffs fall into the simple category, which has an effectiveness cap of 200%. If your party hits that cap (which is easy in a group with some supports) then additional debuffs of this type will literally do nothing.

        I think you are also overlooking exaltation as a buff, which, if you are running a 4 support 1 dps combo is an excellent choice. Finally, I don’t see why you are still running bear your sins unless you pug a lot. If your team has capped arp (which they should) then the feat is literally doing nothing for them with regards to insignias, whilst getting epics is expensive, it is inexpensive for players to invest into rares or just grind them out, with the intention of getting power insignias..

        • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
          November 10, 2016 at 2:17 pm

          Yea, this is true, all things I have on the guide about reaching high ap/recovery and also, I do have the dusk combo here as well as a great option to have, I just forgot to update my ‘Alternative’ option with it to have FBI + dusk (I still have DF + Dusk). I’m well aware that with the 2 FBI (The Raid Head piece, Restoration Chest, on t3 of course) & 2 dusk (Restoration Braces & boots), it will be exactly 474 power difference between the too so yes, it’s an alternative I need to update but as you can see plenty info on this guide, I can easily overlook my own corrections to be made (I calculated this at least 4 weeks ago). As I’m going to say with the second comment which proves my point about you not reading this guide fully. Just like me 100% having assassin’s covenant in multiple places in the guide and explaining about the power potential, you failed to see that I’ve also added the FBI ring, which btw the name is Ostorian ring of Hellig. I’m even using it as it’s in the first picture of the entire guide. I did add it to rings as the +5 version of it is top notch, but I have the +4 so got to settle with that.

          Pets now, I have the sprites in this guide but really let me lay it down here, starting with these same sprites. The epic version that you can get from the zen market and for sometimes 900k-1.2 mil on the PC version. In my view, there are way better options for companions you can get for your ad that just a sprite. Of course, I have them on the guide as a valid option but when you research carefully all the possible companions, 1.2 mil for a companion that gives you an added 2% AP gain? This was something as this game grew in Mod 6 in terms of numbers, they needed to up these stats. This needed to be at least 5% AP gain +. As for the other ones, Fire/ice. 1% on green, 1.5% on blue & 2% on epic, so paying 750k+ each (if you don’t have the tokens which I’m telling you, most won’t have) for that?. Again the sprites are among my options in companions but when you really check the whole list of what you can possibly get, there are things that are better valued in my eyes that using for the most, 3 mil AD on just gaining 6% AP gain. The game itself needed to up these companions stats, just like the dragonborn pets you’re bring up. Yes, I know as that power it has, adds to yours as it’s static (Hence why the FBI ring is the best choice as you can’t share buffed stats from the brutality/rising power). But I’m saying is this, because they really need to up the power on these things, regardless, it’s a valid choice. The Brawler anyway. As for weapon enchantments, agreed, as to why I have them in my debuff choices.

          Exaltation, I’m very well aware of this & I actually use this in those unique situations when there are so many support & just the 1 dps, but you need to know that not everyone will get the opportunity to do this. You need to realize that this guide itself is a general layout for every viewer possible so I made sure to not talk in a ‘BIS’ point of view only. You got to be realistic & know that not every single person will have the ability to be BIS so my guide, to my best abilities, has info and advice, along with the build/variations of the build & multiple gear choices as to suit a general population, not only ‘BIS’. Back to Exaltation, in a realistic stand point where you have a basic party comp, you’re not going to get to really use it. If you are however with a special set as we’re talking about, it’s def something to slot. This can be added to the guide but I’ll be 100% stressing that’s it is very situational (Like it ALWAYS has been).

          As for bear your sins, I’m pure support righteous cleric. You need to understand that for the specific build/builds and options I have, the remaining choices are not going to benefit me that much. The goal is isn’t dps at all. I know you can do a bit of dps with the build, but are the other feats really that great to take if I move 5 points away from bear your sins?. Living fire?, nope. Astral Fury = 10% more dmg?. With the build how it is now, adding that will only benefit if you also have righteous suffering but I won’t have 10 points to spare & finally, piercing light?, Adds on 10% arm pen to damaging powers?. If you’re using loyal avenger gear, you’ll actually be around the 60% RI goal that is understood to reach. Anything more will be a waste for pve. (62% already with bonding procs) As for insignias, I’ve recommended epics and rare with rare will obviously be known to be the cheaper of the two so thanks for that

          Overall, you got to remember there are more aspects to the cleric class. This build, along with power, I’ve tried to also remember you need a reasonable number of recovery, which is achievable pretty easily & as well, you’re a healer of some sorts still. I’m from a guild that’s among the top of all neverwinter on the pc version, but not everyone has that luxury hence why if they are playing with ‘lesser geared players’ or players who are still ‘on the rise’ they def need to know if they are the only cleric in a group and their righteous, they will still need to have well timed healing capabilities. Won’t hurt to have bastion slotted in FBI if you’re the only one & as well if you see the dungeons that your group is clearly squishy, def. AA spam plus + heal for backup won’t hurt. As righteous, I’ve done pretty smooth runs on FBI, including a three man in 47 mins and I still needed to have heals ready incase of any ‘shock’ situation. I’ve been in a run where we took two dpsers for their first time (Combat HR, Mof CW, so you can see the dps wasn’t ‘big’) but that run took 1 hr 10 mins +, no wipes anywhere & I still healed for 40 + million. So it’s all about balance as well, to have a character that can be do the main job & other jobs efficient enough. Power share is important of course, but to my view, you don’t really need to add along with the sellsword, companions that only really add 300 power each (Just the dragon ones so 600) My eyes, they need to at least up these stat companions more, then we’ll be in business but the brawler is at least an honorable mention. (PS, you do see in the build itself, having dc sigil, symbol of fire, will already cover that extra power as well & with all this power you’re talking, I hope you’re well over the 40k mark, in fact you should be close to 50k if you’re stressing power this much)

          • Anonymous Cleric
            November 10, 2016 at 4:04 pm

            By not taking bear your sins you cqn also drop fire of the gods. This gives you more points to put into feats that do something useful. Gift of haste is very good since it benefits from AP gain and isn’t just a flat 5%. If you put points into piercing light you wouldn’t put more than 1 since it is bugged and provides the full bonus at rank 1 anyhow.

            The last thing I really have to say is you should consider finding out which players discovered things like the bugs with bys, or how pf works (which you still have an inaccurate description of but anyhow), or that piercing light is bugged and give those players credits in your guide. Those discoveries were their work, not yours and you are benefitting from it, the least you can do is thank them for it. They are neither you or a member of your guild, or alliance for that matter, so there is no way you could have asked them if they were ok with it. It shows respect for the work of others to acknowledge what they have done, especially if you are including the findings of their tests in your guide.

          • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
            November 10, 2016 at 4:41 pm

            Yep you just confirmed that you not only read the guide, that you’re a troll as well. I have a variations part that I’ve told people to check out on my guide & explained that most popular selection is the gift of haste variation which you can clearly see that I not only have, I have pics of it in that section for people to have their own choices.

            I’m pretty certain that the transcendent plague enchantment works exactly how I’ve currently stated it via the forum discussion. There was a big forum thread explaining it thru multiple people and I did indeed give thanks to all the forum people who made me understand these things. Everywhere. For starters for the enchantment, right before I elaborated on the plague I said ‘So thanks to various talks/discussions in the neverwinter pc forums & the debuff/enchantment sheets that are around, it seems that the transcendent plague actually has a hidden 2% debuff & on the whole, the debuff it gives is actually as much as 5.6%. From the explanations…..” Then I elaborated on what I understood from their well done research. So try to not be a bitter liar here please. I appreciate constructive feedback, but you’re just being a ignorant troll now. I haven’t even remotely added piercing light in my guide? So yea, you need to work on either your eyesight or something buddy. Even in the arc forums, I have yet again in the comments, multiple times thanked the fellow clerics for explanations on stuff. My last comment there was me yet again, thanking them for their knowledge. When I originally made the guide, my guild was the one that encouraged me to do, my best friend and guild leader mainly pushed me to do it and a close friend of mines showed me the ropes as AC righteous since before I was DO. So originally, it’s natural to thank them, but in my guide’s comments on arc, 7 pages worth, I have at least shown my thanks multiple times to everyone in the community, including my very last comment….I realistically can’t put every single handle of all the people, hence why I thanked them so broadly. & Even in the guide, I thanked directly @lerapiso818 as when the guide first came out, he properly explained to me how is the exact wording of Anointed Army. As for everything else, I broadly thanked everyone who helped me along the way so you need to relax, your ignorance here is really ridiculous as you’re grasping at air now. So good day to you sir, that’s enough for your negativity. For the haters like you, I’ll make sure to clearly state, yet again I’ve thanked everyone but I’ll etch in the guide instead of multiple forum comments where all can see (But not like it’s going to make a difference for you anyway, as you clearly, don’t read before you make judgments)

          • Anonymous Cleric
            November 10, 2016 at 5:41 pm

            For some reason it isn’t letting me respond to your most recent comment, so I am responding here.

            1) The way pf works is as follows: At perfect, it has a 9% uniqie debuff only, at pure and trans it also has a hidden 2% debuff. The 9% debuff is mitigated twice by dr and only 1 layer can be mitigated. In level 73 content, the debuff is also further mitigated by a 0.75 multiplier. The simple and unique debuff multiply.

            So, for level 72 and below content the debuff is vs monsters with 60% DR, assuming your arp is capped:
            (1+0.09*0.4)*1.02-1 = 5.672% total debuff.

            Vs level 73 monsters:
            (1+0.09*0.4*0.75)*(1+0.02)-1 = 4.754% debuff.

            So, in FBI, dragon heralds, CN, edemo, etc, it is a 4.7% debuff.

            Secondly, vaguely saying, “thank you,” in the comments isn’t the same as actually acknowledging players in your guide. For example, debuff mitigation was originally discovered by Kaelac and mythlond2, you at no stage in your guide iself acknowledge this. Proof they discovered it: https://web.archive.org/web/20160114183446/http://laggygamerz.com/forum/index.php?/topic/382-kaelac%E2%80%99s-guide-to-damage-tenacity-reisistance-and-debuffs-in-neverwinter/

            Just scroll down to the debuff section. The section is not updated for mod 6+, but they still discovered it. You may want to note that kaelac actually thanked the person who discovered the mechanic in the guide itself, he didn’t just vaguely say, “thanks to all the contributors.”

            Call me a troll if you like, I have provided facts in each of my posts, if you don’t like those facts, that is not my issue.

          • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
            November 11, 2016 at 2:35 pm

            Did you read anything of your previous posts?. Not only did you ignore everything I said, you hostilely answered in the previous post. I’m not accepting any crap like that. There’s ways to talk and you were talking like a douche basically.

            Secondly, I have added the names, I know themselves tested this and many other things. I know which names I saw before you linked this so I’m going to thank those specific names, which I did because it’s they who said to the community the ‘constant’ changes of plague (Although it’s clearly people taking a while to finally properly find the debuff cuz alot said it was nerfed to the ground when the mod 10 first came out but that wasn’t true it seems) I didn’t see Kaelac’s name mentioned in the current forum posts as obviously, he doesn’t play anymore & yet again, you do know there are word limits right?. There is no way for me to put the names I exactly wanted to put so I had to settle with only the four names that I found to help me the most in some way with info, with answering questions on my guide while I was busy with real life stuff (Like a normal person should..) So that’s what I exactly did. If you had a guide, especially in ARC, you’ll know 10000000% there’s a word limit on each of the posts after your main post. And have you even watched my guide properly?. There’s a lot of type so of course, I’m going to be constantly in the word limit or the ‘red’ as the slang goes. And this is the first post that started to explain the plague btw in the forums in RECENT times, as you see to the bottom the post, there’s a comment explaining how it works and it didn’t properly mention anything as you want to claim here about lvl 72 vs lvl 73 monsters

            http://www.arcgames.com/en/forums/neverwinter#/discussion/1221093/transcent-frost-or-transcent-plague-fire/p1?sso=eyJuYW1lIjoiIiwicGhvdG91cmwiOiIiLCJjbGllbnRfaWQiOiIxNDQzOTY4OTgxIn0%3D+ec5135063119ef9b26f634827c80fe681c0c7546+1478874659+hmacsha1

            Warning you tho, if you comment disrespectful like or bitter again, I’m outright not going to even bother to respond to you in any way shape or form cuz from the third post you had here, you clearly have an attitude problem. This post was completely fine, but the one previously especially, just watch it.

            This is what was said exactly from the lot, especially this one that made me understand it more which I clearly said in my explanation ‘my understanding’ not ‘my research’:-
            ‘thefabricant said:

            Ill explain it in maths terms then.

            Perfect Plaguefire: Base defense debuff 3% per stack, 9% with 3 stacks.
            Perfect Terror: Base debuff 4%.
            Transcendent Plaguefire: Base defense debuff 3% per stack, 9% with 3 stacks. Hidden 2% DR debuff which is not listed on tooltip. Multiplies with defense debuff. Total magnitude 11.18%.

            Boss DR: 60%
            Your RI: 60%

            Terror and plaguefire are mitigated twice by monster DR, the 1 layer is penetrated by RI, the second layer is not.

            Result:

            Perfect Plaguefire: 0.09*(1-0.6+0.6)*(1-0.6) = 0.036 = 3.6% debuff.
            Perfect Terror: 0.04*(1-0.6+0.6)*(1-0.6) = 0.016 = 1.6% debuff
            Transcendent Plaguefire: (1+0.09*(1-0.6+0.6)*(1-0.6))*(1.02)-1 = 0.05672 = 5.672% debuff.’

            Exactly what was said about the plague enchantment via @thefabricant as he’s one of the games more well researched players. No mention of the specific leveled monsters here

          • Michela
            November 11, 2016 at 6:50 pm

            The Transcendent Plague Fire formula is actually by me, as well as the tests of debuffs effectiveness against enemies that have at least three levels more than the attacker and the classification of every in-game debuff based on Kaelac and mythlond2’s tests. Other tests made by me that you can find on the forum are Hastening Light formula and bugs, Condemning Gaze overstacking and the exact description of Bear your Sins.
            I also think (sorry if I’m wrong) that Anonymous Cleric talked with Sharpedge, since I recognize some advices I gave him while he was gearing his DC.

          • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
            November 12, 2016 at 5:29 am

            Hey Michela, I saw your post via Silverkelt of my guild a time about that Condemning Gaze overstacking and was really interesting to learn that. Well thanks for at least taking time to be here as I can directly ask you my own question to find out the exact debuff numbers for the trans plague so I can finally understand properly. Like since I can see the debuff varies on the level of the monsters so I’m trying to learn, how much is it on lvl 70 monsters compare to ones you see @ lvl 71, 72 & the highest, 73.

            And i’m not worrying bout that person really. He clearly has something against me for no good reason.

          • Michela
            November 12, 2016 at 10:58 am

            From mod 6 patch notes: “Fighting enemies more than 2 levels above you will result in a sharp increase in difficulty. (Down from 5 Levels).” http://www.arcgames.com/en/games/neverwinter/news/detail/9129023
            When you fight an enemy that has 3 levels more than you, you deal less damage and some debuffs are less effective (for example Plague Fire). This reduction is 25% if the enemy has 3 levels more than you, so basically what Anonymous said and his formula are correct (the hidden 2% debuff is only at Trans rank though). You can notice that level 73 enemies have their level displayed in red, this indicates the higher difficulty.
            (credits: Sharpedge noticed that base damage is reduced in these areas, while I noticed that also some debuffs are mitigated)
            You could also be interested in this: after the last patch Frost enchantment is bugged again and its debuff scales off your power and buffs. It will be fixed for sure, but I don’t know if they’ll rework it aswell.

          • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
            November 12, 2016 at 3:58 pm

            Cool ok, I can read this. So I’m trying to understand, is the trans plague then 5.6% debuff on level 72 mobs & basically it drops to about 4.7% on level 73 mobs?. I’m trying to understand more the precise numbers. I did read from a spreadsheet that was available from one of y’all a while back that mentioned to 2% debuff.

            As for the Frost, some guild mates already told me about it because on the test at that time before the new mod came out, told me Frost was acting weird again. I remember when it was bugging out the very first time/no one tested it as it wasn’t on anyone’s radar, Sharp said it was 10%-35% and it was scaling before it originally got fixed. Is it the same numbers as it’s broken yet again or it’s even more?. It’s tricky for me to mention broken stuff in the guide as if I do say ‘Frost is currently overpowered’ I know for the ones who didn’t know about that in the first place will go crazy and want to buy the trans frost & I don’t want it to look like I’m ‘promoting’ bugged items. In my three man FBI, I actually used the dread for the run (Borrowed from my own HR) My DC currently only has a frost so I actually like last time, won’t use it if it can be avoided really but I need to have yet another back up enchantment, like trans bronzewood or something

          • Michela
            November 13, 2016 at 9:45 am

            It depends, since different enemies have different Damage Resistance. For example the last boss in EToS has 25,2% DR. This means that, if you ArP is capped, the Trans PF formula would be:
            (1+0,09*(1-0,252+0,252)*(1-0,252))*1,02-1 = 0,0887 that is 8,9%
            And that’s not all, since PF is additive with certain debuffs and multiplicative with others, so if you want to know the exact effectiveness you have to take into account all the debuffs used.
            Furthermore, as pointed out by @chemodan007 and @whitestarua in this thread:
            http://www.arcgames.com/en/forums/neverwinter/#/discussion/1224841/hr-archery-spec-big-problem
            the majority of debuffs cap at 200% effectiveness. Basically, you can reach 100% effectiveness with capped arp, then you can increase the effectiveness up to 200% with these debuffs. PF and Frost can go beyond this cap. For example, if a DC often plays with a MoF CW, they reach the 200% cap with their skills, so it would be better if they use PF and Frost.
            Regarding Frost, its bug is different since last time it didn’t scale off Power, but I think it can reach the same big numbers. The problem is that its duration seems very short when you fight certain enemies, so I’m not even sure if you can use it effectively. I didn’t test it much because I’m waiting for it to be fixed.

          • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
            November 13, 2016 at 2:43 pm

            Cool, I understand now how I can at least word this so I don’t ‘tickle bums’ like the other guy. Thanks for that & well talking about all this, I just fine that it seems a bit ‘overpowered’ how the frost is working now and because of this, I’ll rather wait till I know it’s fixed to start using it again. Don’t want to be that ‘something is overpowered so I gotta use it to the fullest’ kinda dude. I’ll most likely regardless if I see an overpowered party with possible buffs like MoF CW & myself, I’ll rather use the trans dread that I have at this time. Thanks again for the explanations here. I shouldn’t really be surprise that neverwinter breaks something, yet again.

            I edited the trans plague bit now to give the best meaning I can thanks to you & credited to you of course. I can’t put everything like formulas and such as I’m working with a word limit as I got close to 9000 words on my guide here & and I had to go on arc to actually cut out words as it wasn’t saving info anymore on arc thanks to reaching post limits multiple times.

  • Dean
    November 11, 2016 at 1:26 pm

    Hi CJ how r u? Another question 4 you mate, loyal avenger gear, I’ve looked about the web and all it said was u could get it in a mini game on the sword coast currently unavailable pc I thing. So where is it on ps4?
    Just like to say upgraded all enchants to 8 a way to go yet but wow things are defo getting easier and buff and debuffing and group serviability is fantastic I get personal invites from groups now 🙂
    Still not sure as to how these strangers know I’m on but hay .
    Big thanks again I can’t stress how I appreciate the effort you put in, it must have taken a long time, I would have thrown in the towel by now if it wasn’t for this fantastic build.

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      November 11, 2016 at 2:44 pm

      Sup man, I’m fine and I don’t actually believe you guys on the ps4 had the avenger gear to begin with cuz the sword coast to my knowledge was mainly for the PC alone. The ones you guys should have by now are def the adorable bites gear as I believe y’all got the new life lockbox. So that’s like the best thing y’all can get outside of those sudden rings (if your companion has ring slots). I’m not sure about prices on ps4 but I know adorable gear is pretty damn expensive on the PC lol

      As for everything else, glad to hear the build is working for you & yep, lol, as I broke it down into so much sections, it’s really a lot to even remember to update which specific parts I need to update as others who only want to criticize the guide, fails to understand that I can genuinely forget specific parts to update. I did update a lot here and still forget to update minor things that I’ve now rectify

  • SoferDark
    November 14, 2016 at 9:59 am

    One question the Drow race no is a good option for this build??

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      November 14, 2016 at 7:22 pm

      Hey man, well in my opinion, I don’t like it that much, makes you go for dexterity which is to me is pretty useless.

      The choice between the Wisdom & Charisma is pretty solid but

      The deciding factor is that darkfire feat which firstly, the tooltip on it is wrong. I tested this months ago while trying to decide if to make my HR a drow instead of the wood elf it is (Back when I was getting serious with my HR) & wanted to see firstly if the darkfire buff was really great before making a switch on live. That debuff is less than it says. ACT shown it was a 5% boost to dps, not 10% and what made me confirm this is accurate that I saw on @putzboy78’s DO guide that it was tested by @michela123 & it was confirmed that it’s not 10% for sure. So to me, that just made it a no go (When it came down to DC suggestions). The fact that it’s 5% & it’s only 4 seconds. If it was 10% & at least maybe 5-6 seconds, I would have gave it a good review but I can’t just get past the fact that the tooltip is wrong and it’s 5% & the dexterity is so useless for this type of build & plus, no one cares about the recovering quickly by a campfire lol. I was told the drow race was better off for a MoF CW to so i’ll agree with that

      • Profile photo of Contractions of Fate
        November 16, 2016 at 2:01 am

        That’s news to me about the Drow racial trait being gimped! Dammit, Cryptic! Only 5%, and a 5% chance per hit for it to proc? So you need rapid attacks, and Blessings of Battle is our slowest At Will. If it’s a 5% chance to proc, it should be the stated 10% and 6 seconds duration. Maybe they thought only TRs would be Drow? CW makes sense, as they have fast At Wills and 4 Encounters, 5 with some that have charges in TAB slot.

        That campfire recovery thing – does it apply to revive sickness and injuries? Although, who plays without Injury Kits or VIP 12 at this level, I don’t know. 😀

        As Ye Olde Schoole First Edition AD&D freak, I can’t quite get my head around things in NW like Dwarf Guardians having a higher DEX stat than CON! But I have one! And to me, Drow males should be CWs or Rangers and Drow females should be really powerful Priestesses! But that DEX primary…

        But I like unusual races and specialised builds. One of the best Guardian Fighter buffer/debuffers I’ve ever seen in the game was a Drow, and that enemy DEF debuff contributed towards the build and he was an astonishingly good tank as well.

        But, as you say, so many tool tips are wrong and every patch can make ninja changes that only get discovered by Uber-BIS open beta players on the Test Server who can even do a race re-roll if their build gets too badly nerfed.

        And +1% Deflect and +2% AoE Resistance from +2 DEX is not all that unless you are stacking deflect to rebound damage and have a Trans Shadowclad, which is not what this build is about. And if the Drow enemy DEF debuff is actually half what it should be, there are better options.

        The Dragonborn is the ultimate race for most classes and builds due to the racial traits and +2 to any two attributes. And this build would use the +3% Power to contribute to the party’s dps buffs. But if a player cannot roll a Dragonborn, there’s Human, Dwarf and even Half Elf, Wood Elf and Drow.

        But one of my primary Mains is a Tiefling AC with +2 CHA/INT and stacked INT/CHA for ludicrous Recovery and APG with Tiamat Set. She’s a very good party buffer, not so hot solo. I could respec her to this build by stacking STR and WIS. She’d lose 10% Recovery and 5% APG and Combat Advantage, although she’d have +5% dps, healing, CCB, CCR, Crit, Stamina and DoT Resistance. She could probably still have 100% AA uptime and spam Encounters like At Wills as she is all Rank 10/11 Cruels and Silveries.

        I also have a Halfling with +2 DEX/CHA and stacked WIS/CHA, Greater Lathander set and Deflect boons who is almost immortal and bounces damage when she deflects from an Astral Shield inside a Hallowed Ground;

        a Dwarf STR/WIS AC with Imperial Set who is broadly similar to this build;

        a Dwarf STR/WIS Divine Oracle with Lostmauth Set who is much better solo and in PvP than in a PvE party, but still a good debuffer/buffer/healer;

        a level 68 Dragonborn STR/WIS Divine Oracle, who I might well respec to this build later on.

        But, cosmetically, my favourite characters are my Halfling females, and I have one of each class as they make me laugh because they are so tiny and funny looking!

        So I’d like to suggest to SoferDark that if he really enjoys Drow, or already has a Drow DC, this build will be better then the one he already has. The race choice will not sabotage or gimp Jarek’s build beyond use, it’s just that anything other than Dragonborn or human is sub-optimal.

        This is a high end build guide, and it’s not Mod 10/10B just due to taking account of cumulative changes in patch notes: I think it’s built for Mod 10 content and running FBI. Stacking the stats, the Mounts, Companions, bondings, Insignia, Feats, Boons, everything is for stacking Power and Recovery for ultimate buff/debuff and gifting power to the party. If you have all that, I think that using an unusual race is not going to gimp you into uselessness. In most Epic Dungeons, particularly FBI, healing is pretty irrelevant as deaths are mostly due to one-shots, not lack of healing. 3.5k+ parties have a ton of self-healing, so what they need is the most powerful buffs/debuffs possible.

        As every schoolboy CW knows, DEATH is the best form of Crowd Control.

        And as every schoolgirl AC knows, only The Defeated need to be healed!

        LOL!

        Seriously, I have run CN with the leader of my Zerg channel and others, and Orcus was 1/3 dead before I could hit ESC to clear the cut scene video! Epic Demogorgon died in 6 seconds or less. After the APG and other nerfs, maybe 10 to 12 seconds.

        Anyway, SoferDark, if you already have a Drow DC then just try the build. If you can afford the Zen and think it’s worthwhile, re-roll the Race to a Dragonborn, IF you already have the DB Legendary pack.

        Just the raw, basic build, without all the fancy pants companions and insignia, is a really good build for a new level 70 gearing and booning up and is one of the best builds for leveling as well, due to the damage, healing, Crit, and dodging bonuses from the stats. Otherwise I’d roll a human or a dwarf if you don’t already have a Drow DC and don’t have Dragonborn.

        If you took the suggested roll of:

        Str Cn Dx Int Wis Ch
        16, 10, 10, 10, 16, 12, put +2 in DEX and WIS and had the Imperial set, then at 70 with campfire bonus you’d have:
        26, 13, 15, 13, 28, 15

        Other options are:
        Str Cn Dx Int Wis Ch
        14, 10, 10, 11, 16, 14
        24, 13, 15, 14, 28, 16 – meh, -2% Crit/Stamina for +2% recovery, +1% APG/Combat Advantage

        15, 10, 12, 11, 15, 13
        25, 13, 17, 14, 27, 16

        15, 11, 10, 12, 15, 13
        25, 14, 15, 15, 27, 16

        For Greater Belt of Wisdom, just put -2 STR and +2 WIS. They are very cheap atm and you can get 30 WIS with that belt, 32 with Elixir of Fate for Celestial Coins and Potions of Heroism from Sharandar currencies.

        So you can get the stats with a Drow, it’s just a shame that the Drow enemy Defence debuff doesn’t work as stated.

        😀

        By the way, Jarek, this is one of the most detailed and clear guides I’ve seen since I read Kaelac’s Mod 5 DC Guide back in the day. I’ve learned several things I never knew, and I’ve played DC since early Mod 2.

        Kudos to you!

        But I do notice that with Break the Spirit on the middle of a mob, it seems to count towards a stack of Condemning Gaze per tick of the DoT, and it seems to apply to the whole bunch of the mob, so it’s possible to get Condemning Gaze from one Divine Glow on the mob and a Break the Spirit on a single target. It certainly does not need to be 5 Encounters.

        Is that what they mean by “Over Stacking”?

        Cheers!

        • SoferDark
          November 16, 2016 at 7:11 am

          OMG, I can only Say… Thanks Men really =)

        • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
          November 16, 2016 at 5:01 pm

          Damn man, this is one of the most detailed comments I’ve ever read lmao!. Firstly, thanks for the words man, I appreciate it but my guide isn’t so numbers detailed like some others. It more of a general layout if that makes sense. Well most people seem to share that idea with you that it’s mainly an ‘high end build guide’ but to be fair, if I have to comment exactly on that, I will def say due to resources some may not have, it may be wiser to when you now reach 70 for instance, be a faithful/virt healer when you’re your gearing up even better and reach an ideal mark, give my guide a go. I’ve seen people in my guild, on alts like 2.5k+ making good use of being AC righteous so it led me to believe at least that 2.5k range is a decent start to really take the guide super seriously. I’m not going to say that you need to be like 3.5k to 4k for it but for sure, when you now start 70, you maybe better off being a pure healer DC to get a good idea of the DC class or to just buy time until you gear up to a point you like.

          But back to the whole comment, very well detailed and knowledgable man. It took me a while to sit down and just read this as I came home from work, lmao! But to touch with other main things you said, yep for these type of AC righteous builds/ideas people have, it is indeed important to have a good number or power/recovery as this is what the build is about, along with buffing/debuff obviously. It seems like it’s a pick your poison type of stuff with AC/DO righteous. You know if you’re striving for this type of AC righteous, power and recovery is your best friend and seems for DO, I see those type of clerics really go for an insane amount of crit along with power. To see some clerics on 100% crit chance with bonding procs is incredible to me, really incredible.

          Overall, you gave SoferDark really great advice here so they def need to save this comment and read it carefully as it’s priceless. I want to add as well to the last comment, it seems like ok, if you hit a divine glow on 5 mobs, those 5 mobs immediately has the 5 stacks of the gaze. To me, this works so damn weird but it’s whatever really, on the whole, it’s 30 secs to get 5 stacks up so you got the world of time

          • Profile photo of Contractions of Fate
            November 17, 2016 at 1:45 pm

            Cheers, and sorry about the length, I’m working on that!

            But as you mentioned in your guide, I should have said Dragonborn or Sun Elf rather than human, although Humans can have 5 ranks of Bountiful Fortune as well as 1 to 3 in Cleanse.

            The Sun Elf racial traits of +2% APG and 10% CCR are better than the Drow one, and the +2 INT for recharge is obviously better than +2 DEX, if trying to pack all the best contributors to the build’s functions.

            But the build will certainly work with a Drow if he really likes playing Drow for role-playing reasons, just like I have Halfling and Tiefling DCs purely for that reason, so I tailored their builds to their race a bit.

            All the best!

  • Igi
    November 15, 2016 at 10:46 am

    A friend of mine uses this build but having dificult is in solo content like daylies/weekly.
    Anyone know what powers to use etc for solo content?

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      November 15, 2016 at 2:20 pm

      For any cleric that’s soloing, I know most uses

      Divine glow, Chains of Blazing Light, Daunting Light. The latter two are the best dps moves we got.

      I know others that use divine glow, break the spirit, chains but I prefer the first option I mentioned

      • Profile photo of Contractions of Fate
        November 15, 2016 at 3:22 pm

        I usually use Div Glow, Daunting Light and Sunburst when solo. Break the Spirit for DL in parties and maybe Bastion instead of SB

        Nomal Div Glow, then Blue DL is fast to cast and blue SB does HoT and DoT and you can cast normal Daunting and dodge away and it hits the ground about half a second later.

        With Div Glow, dodging cancels the spell, so I have to be careful to make sure it hits before dodging. Then, in the time mobs take to reach me, I cast Daunting on the ground where they will be in a few hundred milliseconds, and then hit Sunburst.

        The delay in the Daunting animation means that DL and SB hit at almost the same time. I blow them away and usually they die while flying through the air. And that’s without Fire of the Gods! 😀 On my other AC and my DO who both have Fire of the Gods instead of Condemning Gaze, it’s even MORE fun!

        But they also sometimes use DG, BtS and DL

        I used Chains a lot at lower level pre-Mod 6 as it sort of one-shotted a lot of mobs, but since being level 70 I only used it when farming Fire Motes for my Burning weapon set to try and CC some of the monsters running for the edge.

        :))

        • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
          November 15, 2016 at 7:46 pm

          Nice man, well if you use Sunburst in party play, is just to be really careful that you don’t accidentally use it in normal mode/fully empowered cuz the mobs will go flying away lol. (Depends on the dungeon tho, as even if you make a mistake like that in party play in a dungeon like FBI, if you hit the giants, not like they’re going to go flying)

          But other than that, pretty great solid rotation you have going on for solo play. Since this person who originally commented was asking for solo play, this is def another set of moves he can consider trying/learning to use in the rotation you mentioned.

          • Profile photo of Contractions of Fate
            November 16, 2016 at 2:28 am

            Yes, you’ve heard of Death by Lag, there’s also Kicked by Lag if people scatter mobs that have been nicely rooted in a clump!

            I’ve done it accidentally myself in Tiamat once or twice, due to lag, but we can’t be kicked from there! LOL!

            I use blue Sunburst as the HoT procs Gift of Haste and I *think* the DoT procs Righteous dps feats on the whole mob it hits. It procs Fire of the Gods if it Crits on my DO and secondary AC, but my primary AC has Condemning Gaze instead as her Crit is too low as I stacked her for Power and Recovery/APG as a party DC.

            Ah, remember blowing mobs off the cliffs in Dread Vault? THOSE were the days! When are they bringing those 4 dungeons back? Dread Vault, Mad Dragon, Idris and the other one… (I always forget… Chasm something?)

            My hard drive filled up so I was clearing out stuff to back up storage and found some videos of my AC DC at level 60 in Mod 3 or 4 doing Dread Vault. She was mostly Faithful back then, before the feat trees got all changed. There was just me and the CW fighting the Aboleth, and you can see in the chat window the GF apologising for warming his toes at the camp fire! Oh, the memories! LOL! She used Exaltation a lot in those days.

            Cheers!

  • David Murphy
    November 16, 2016 at 1:42 pm

    An amazing guide. Love the detail and metrics. I’ve read thru the comments and haven’t seen anything on powershare. You mentioned powershare is base power or unbuffed power. What does that mean exactly? Is this pre bonding procs? Pre Anointed Army? Pre Artificers (mount buff)

    What goes into the power share (both base 10% and the 15% from BoB?

    Thanks.

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      November 16, 2016 at 4:38 pm

      Oh, when we talk powershare, it is indeed that we’re discussing about how stuff like Weapons of light, shares your base power/unbuffed power, meaning exactly your static power before the bondings etc. So if for example, You got 30000 power, when the weapons of light appears on the person’s screen, they get 10% of that power which will be 3k power. Lets say if you are buffed, like bondings you reach some insane number like 165k, you are not going to share 10% of that to your party. A guildie of mines, @silverkelt, he was the one who tested out these things & others followed suit to confirm what exactly shares power and what doesn’t ‘share’ power. This is like this because bondings use to recklessly share all this buff power via bondings which when it was very rampant, people were get like over millions of power lol. So they did a fix where stuff like WoL, BoB, they share your base/unbuffed power which in my opinion, was excellent on their behalf.

      As for artificers, well as I run both artificers, persuasion and influence, it varies sometimes weirdly from 27k to 41k recovery I have so I’m not actually sure about that. Static recovery I have is 11085 at this time, and when bondings procc since I have silveries in the offense slots, it goes up to from 11085 to at least 18k+ so I’ll have to assume that for artificers, it adds on your buffed power to that mount effect as well while your bonding is up & you pop your artifact ability.

      Check this post out

      http://www.arcgames.com/en/forums/neverwinter#/discussion/1218468/mod-10-dc-changes/

      This is the post everyone discussed about what exactly help towards power share and what doesn’t count towards a power share.

  • Profile photo of Andrew
    November 17, 2016 at 10:22 am

    Hey (Sharp here.)

    Just wanted to comment on frost. While I have not tested it myself, mainly because I am taking a break, I thought I would just explain how I suspect the debuff works. Keep in mind, this is a theory, so no proof.

    As Michela said, it scales with power etc, I am not sure if it scales with all buffs, or some buffs, or crit, or CA. My guess would be it does. As pointed out above, there is an effectiveness cap on dr debuffs, but as frost is not a dr debuff, it goes beyond this. Because it scales, I am going to make a few reasonable assumptions from a CW perspective and give an example of how much it could in theory debuff.

    Base debuff 7%
    DC in party so AA is present, CW has ~160k power
    CW has focused wizardry
    CW is using Chilling Presence
    Lets guess CW is MoF thaum, so has points in elemental empowerment
    CW has 75% Crit sev
    A Gf used ITF
    A HR used longstriders
    Frost was applied by tabbed Icy Rays, which has an internal 1.5 multiplier. Since it was used single target, it also has a 1.75 multiplier
    CW has combat advantage and 10% CA Bonus

    My guess at the debuff effectiveness of frost would be:

    0.07*1.3*1.48*5*1.05^3*1.365*1.4*1.5*1.75*(1+0.15+0.1) ~ 4.88

    Which means frost by itself could be a 490% debuff. Now keep in mind this is all theory, but it is still fairly OP.

    • Profile photo of Andrew
      November 17, 2016 at 10:30 am

      Also, it appears this CW failed to crit. I blame not rereading my post before pressing send >.>

      • Profile photo of Contractions of Fate
        November 17, 2016 at 1:35 pm

        Hi, Sharpedge.

        I have Trans Terror, Feytouched, Vorpal, Plague Fire, Frost and Lifedrinker and at least two of every class but with sharable weapons.

        What are the best weapon enchants per class these days? When I started 2.5 years ago and was using a Frost from a lockbox on my DC, I was told by everyone that Plague Fire was BIS for DC due to the debuff. But things keep changing. My AC has such low cooldown, I use the Trans Feytouched on her as she can spam Encounters almost like At Wills. My SW HB has the Lifedrinker as until Mod 10 she really needed it!

        But I also don’t understand all this dual layers of damage mitigation and so on.

        So what would be the best for DC, CW, TR, HR, SW, GF, GWF and OP? Considering I have no Dread or anything?

        I did try Trans Frost and Thunderhead on my GF Swordmaster, thinking I might get extra chances of stunning/freezing when paying solo, but I was told the Fey would be better. So I tried Fey and Shadowclad for a while and that seemed to work just as well. Another time I was told that Terror was better for a PvP GF and Plague Fire better for PvE, but I really don’t know.

        Cheers!

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      November 17, 2016 at 3:48 pm

      Understood here. Man, that’s really insane. Has anyone even remotely reported this power scale with it to the devs? Because it needs to be fixed. I myself can’t even imagine using it right now with this ridiculousness. I’ll probably need my friend from my guild @bonnine to just do a bit of a dc test with me and see how much it can scale up too, she’s got a MoF CW as well so if I happen to see her around (Been busy with work & started a new job just today so maybe impossible to get her) but if I do, I really got to just witness testings myself. This is really ‘OP’ especially how you theory crafted a pretty great possibility here.

      I should make an update tomorrow at least via your info and Michela’s info to try to at least simply say at this time, it can scale with power so ideally I’ll love if people won’t try to abuse it but that’s something as we know here, if people know about things like this, you can’t really stop them from using it to the max & that’s what I hate. I just really will hope that they fix this sooner rather than later. As for now, I won’t be using this enchantment at all on live unless if I’ll run tests on test/live server with my partner to see/get a good understanding on my own but at this time, any normal dungeon runs from me, I’ll use the dread I got.

  • mattfbls
    November 25, 2016 at 2:27 pm

    Was wondering why Sellsword is chosen over Con artist ? he has 3 ring slots and the same debuff ? is there something i’am missing ? having 3 rings proc with bondings sounds alot better no ? anyways amazing write up as always. fantastic breakdown. thanks !!!!

    Matt

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      November 25, 2016 at 4:12 pm

      Oh well for me personally, I prefer the static stats of those loyal/adorable companion gear over those ‘sudden’ stats you get for a few secs from those rings. That was just my personal preference really & as well, tho it’s minor, I also prefer the 300 power over the 300 crit strike.

      They both have the same debuff & from my understanding, the console players more go for the con artist because of the availability of ‘companion only’ gear. I was told that at least four times so if that’s the case, they can go for it. It’s really what floats your boat here between the two. I like the static stats over the ‘sudden’ stats so no brainer for me to use & recommend sellsword. I couldn’t really put the con artist in the guide because it would basically be me typing the same exact stuff from the sellsword onto the con artist as they’ll have everything almost similar (except the actives & the slots on them) So as everyone knows about the con artist, I didn’t feel the need to add it on the guide itself as my guide is already so long & on arc I’m on a word limit, anything that’s a bit ‘too much’ will exceed that lol

      • mattfbls
        November 25, 2016 at 10:42 pm

        That was the exact reason i thought, I do play on PS4 and we don’t have the gear yet. I agree 100% with you on the static stats over the spike boost of the rings, but until we get the loyal gear I feel Con artist is better for us console plebs as finding gear with offence slots is impossible otherwise. Do you know anything as far as the debuffs stacking ? I have heard of groups running multi Con artist and or Sellsword and getting stacking debuffs ? I haven’t done much fiddling as the last time we had a OP cleric mechanic (AS+HG+ GF ITF) kinda made end game content trivial.

        <3 Thank you for your time and amazing guide.

        • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
          November 26, 2016 at 7:01 am

          As for the stacks, it does, multiple sellswords, multiple con artists & sellsword & con artist together, it does indeed stack which is beautiful lol

          No probs mannnnnn & I now understand some things with the console, wasn’t too sure in the past if y’all actually have the loyal gear but good to see everything now so thanks for that ^_^

  • November 28, 2016 at 7:42 pm

    Jarek the new thoughts about Trans Frost is mod 10.5, right? you know if they will work on mod 10 ps4 right now?

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      November 29, 2016 at 3:11 am

      Well I knew multiple people told me weeks before the new mod came out, 10.5, that it was pretty overpowered again on the test server so I do believe it’s just for 10.5 onwards (Well you know what I mean, whenever until they fix it) As y’all are on Mod 10 alone, it should be fine in the sense that it’s working as intended

      • November 29, 2016 at 11:10 am

        Another thing, I was thinking on up rise my recovery to 16k or more, and I was wondering if recovery has a cap or not, bc if has a cap I can priorize other status like power

        • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
          November 29, 2016 at 4:01 pm

          I discussed this with a couple of people a few months back & tested it (Haven’t checked this out tho in over 4-5 months) but when I last checked up on this, it was understood that the AP gain stat number has a hard cap of around 1000-1200 so if you got anything in the ap stat number that’s more than that, it’s actually a waste

          As for the recovery number itself. Well personally, my number currently pre bondings (As I made full use of this x2 AD pc had & 40% sale), I have 14,474 recovery & bonding proccs, I have 22,373 recovery. To me personally, I always felt like 12000-16000 recovery was the ‘golden’ number as I believed anything more, you really don’t need but meh, better to be safe than sorry I guess. But maybe with an overall bondings procc (And you possess artificier’s influence & persuasion as mount bonuses) you should have a great number of recovery regardless (Also if you use companion gear that has power/recovery stats as well like adorable licks or whatever exactly y’all have on consoles) So with that being said, I do believe you’re around a solid number already with that being said & can try to focus a bit more on having a fair number in terms of base power so you can power share even more to your party/groups

          • November 30, 2016 at 11:59 am

            I will up rise so thanks! About Plague Fire I was doing PvP this days and idk why I kill people more often with plague fire than dread, I could possible think is bc of bear your sins procs and fire of the gods damage (5 points both) (40% critical chance now for feats, my equips are pure recovery btw), so bc of that I was wondering if I change my race to Drow ( -10% defense from dark fire sounds good), but I have a problem, plague fire or fire of the gods helps procs dark fire? You know if someone tested the means that procs it?
            idk if you do PvP, but regardless that it is so much available to PvE too if it procs with that!
            Halfling is another race that Im looking for, deflect chance and control resist are bis for PvP deflect cleric
            Sorry about this amount of questions hahahah
            Im trying to conquer the most available char to both PvE and PvP!

          • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
            December 1, 2016 at 1:03 am

            Ah, in pvp terms, I can’t answer your question properly at all as I haven’t pvped in this game for over 1 year (Hence why y’all see my defense slots are silveries as I use to pvp as AC faithful)

            I don’t want to give an answer for pvp cause being outdated for over 1 year, I’m not sure if things changed for pvp

          • November 30, 2016 at 12:23 pm

            Ahhh I read right now about Drow on the comments up from Contractions of Fate! So ignore Drow sugestion! Unless the dark fire on mod 10 is working properly!

  • ellilglor
    November 30, 2016 at 9:04 pm

    Is the Pseudodragon a valid summoned companion?

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      December 1, 2016 at 1:00 am

      Hey man, well, the active on it isn’t bad at all really & I tried it myself on the test server for just having sake & it’s actually not half bad as a ‘summoned’ companion & I believe it actually has a move that grants combat advantage, so that’s a decent plus & three offense slots & to top it, it’s two ring slots. It’s indeed ‘valid’

      Your question is if it’s valid so my answer is yes, it’s valid. (Not telling you it’s the best choice, but it’s valid)

  • Jojo
    December 5, 2016 at 8:15 am

    Hey Jarek,
    I’ve been wondering whether it wouldn’t be best to get Restoration over the Bondings and get more power on ourselfs since we can give some of it to the companion, who gives it back to us if you know what i mean. I’ve only got my Bondings on 10/9/9 atm so i couldn’t properly test if it would really work like i imagine it so i would be grateful for some advice.

    • Jojo
      December 5, 2016 at 8:17 am

      i mean Recovery not restoration sry

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      December 5, 2016 at 4:47 pm

      I don’t fully understand what you’re asking/saying to me. Recovery where exactly?, You mean recovery runestones over bondings?

      Sorry read it twice and I don’t properly get the question.

      • Jojo
        December 5, 2016 at 6:57 pm

        Sry I’m not a native speaker. I mean Wouldn’t you get the most out of your Cleric regarding the powersharing, if you put Silveries in your Companions offense Slot to get Recovery and go full power on your own gear, since only the base power applies to your allies in Mod10? Maybe even put less Points into Wisdom and go more Charisma/Strenght to make up for the loss of AP/ Cooldown reduction.

        • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
          December 5, 2016 at 8:24 pm

          Ahh ok, now I understand here

          The idea you’re suggesting is actually pretty fine if you were to try that. For my point of view, as someone who currently have silveries in the companions gear offense & cruels in my own offense slots, with other things into play like the FBI gear/vivified fbi gear, insignias that have the power stat, defense boon & I use the assassin’s covenant as well and so on, I have a total of 40,096 base power when I last checked and my stand still recovery is like 14,474 cuz since I don’t have the burning set anymore, in an update next year, I was going to add how best I can suggest to people how they can make up for not having the burning set anymore if you switched to the new cleric lighttender’s main/offhand combo & what I got currently, seems to be fine in my view (I got cruel 12’s thanks to x2 AD & double rp on the pc recently). My point here is, for me, I do like how I am at that 40k range now a days as a completely end game cleric, outside of that, 30k+ for sure is the range of power that’s great even if you’re not ‘BIS’ & what you’re suggesting is a pretty excellent idea for you to try out & my recommendation to you is if you want to focus more on the power sharing side to have even a greater amount than what I have, you can do what you exactly suggested as an idea & for your mount bonus, you for sure want to look into artificer’s persuasion & influence which will help alot with that recovery/ap gain part (a good buff those two give combined for 15 secs when you pop your artifact) & to add, the hellig rings is ideal now a days as those rings are beautiful stats for a support DC so make sure to try to get two of those since actually those rings stack together (I mean like you can wear two hellig +4’s and apparently you can wear two hellig +5’s together)

          • Jojo
            December 6, 2016 at 6:27 am

            ty 🙂 i guess i’ll need to gear a little more up and get my bondings to 12 bevor i’ll try it (might loos to much recovery otherwise).

          • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
            December 6, 2016 at 3:31 pm

            No probs, the idea you want to emulate should work excellent, especially with the artificer’s bonuses. That to me, for the type of support cleric with buffs I like seeing, is the best mount ability to get, that artificer’s persuasion & influence combo is super ideal.

  • kjouda
    December 6, 2016 at 9:20 am

    What do u think about the astral deva companion ?

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      December 6, 2016 at 3:23 pm

      Not a big fan of this companion. Tested it a while back & not much to say about it besides that I’m not a fan. The only deva companion that I’ve liked in recent times is the ‘Deva Champion’ . You get this companion from the cleric pack from the zen market (The cleric pack is like 3500 zen, on pc anyway). The deva champion’s bonus in my view is excellent. A 4% increase for both incoming & outgoing healing (On epic). It gives you, as a righteous DC, some excellent healing capabilities that I try to balance in within my build/ideals. I obviously know as righteous, it’s all about buffs, but regardless, as a cleric, you should be able to have ability to do at least ‘adequate’ healing, especially if you’re the only healer and your group may need the heals. That’s why I tried along with my choices to have a nice balance where people can see & try to emulate. As you can see, my build is mainly about building power/sharing power thru various means (Like BoB, AA, WoL), having excellent recovery thru various ways along with the already excellent buffs DC’s possess & making it even better by just being righteous & as well, being able to be a passable healer which I’m pretty much am. I’ve been on efficient runs of the new Svardborg raid on pc where it took the average 6-8 mins, slightly less where I was actually the only healer & one of just two buffers (Maybe only one other GF or one other Mof CW) & we melted in no time & to date, that run, I did over 18 mil heals. Didn’t even slot healer’s lore. Basically had that Deva’s champion I mentioned to you & the polar bear cub (gives 5% outgoing healing on epic)

      • kjouda
        December 7, 2016 at 4:41 am

        The thing is most of the companions u suggested are little critical severity. That didnt convince me. I have the polar bear and I wished deva champion but his pack is too expensive. So i have the bear, young yeti and astral deva. I got the deva purple for 200k !
        I 2 more slots have white sellsword and minstral. I dont know what to fill these. Sprite and book imp ?my problem is all these come in packs for zen. They are too expensive to justify their price. What do u think i should get ? Its really hard for DC.

        • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
          December 7, 2016 at 1:31 pm

          Well the 15% crit severity I have from the two companions actually helps me with heals as if I crit with the heals (I got like a measly 50%+ crit chance) when that happens, the crit severity helps alot to make the heals even stronger & as righteous, that’s a big help.

          As for what else you said here, you do got a point & I’ve said this multiple times, it’s pretty hard for a cleric to get 5 excellent companions and be like (Wow, I’m totally satisfied with what I have). Maybe pure dps clerics, they have an easier time with companions but for the support types, it’s a bit hard.

          You seem to have the sellsword, so for sure, get that sellsword up to level 30 so it can use the debuff ability is has called *Consumed by battle* which gives out a 10% debuff (Meaning 10% more dmg for you & your mates on targets hit by the sellsword so you actually have to have the sellsword summoned for this ability) So to me, based on what you said here

          Summoned companion – Sellsword (At least have it leveled up to level 30 so it can use the debuff ability)

          Rest of companions – Polar Bear, young yeti & probably make the investment as Jojo said for those packs because it’s really worth it in the long run, especially how as he said, you can use the packs on all your toons if you play several characters. So the remaining two slots, it will be good if you can that Deva champion & maybe a sprite but I must say myself, what I hate about the sprite as I’ve consistently said to people, the fact that it upgrades so poorly. Like you barely get a big gain of AP from those upgrades which is truly disappointing.

          So if you think the zen sprite/deva champion is still out of your reach, then settle for those cheap ice/flame sprites

          • kjouda
            December 8, 2016 at 3:01 am

            Man you do know how much it costs to upgrade the sellsword ofcourse right ? 1 million and 50k AD. What companion deserves 1 million AD ? If Im making this my active I have to go purple. Cause I have a purple deva already.

            What do u mean by packs can be used on all ur characters ? U mean I will get 3 packs for the price of one ? Since I have 3 characters.

            I will definitely do my best to get the champion deva. Its the best. I just need a fair price

          • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
            December 8, 2016 at 2:52 pm

            Ok, going to try to answer the different posts you have here so firstly,

            Seems you actually figured out the pricing on the upgrades of companions as technically, you don’t need to have the sellsword on legendary if you really don’t want too (Remember, having a companion on leg gives you that leg bonus but if you really don’t care about that, you’re fine in that sense.

            Secondly, yep, what jojo told you, is basically this. Say you buy a SW pack, you get a companion called ‘Erinyes of Belial’, the crit severity companion. You can actually claim this companion on every single character you currently have/ever make if you add more character slots & this works with all of those class packs, so when you buy the DC pack, the deva champion will be able to claim on all your toons but as you said, you have a CW, the DC’s deva champion won’t benefit that CW but nevertheless, it’s still a solid option but if you still feel it’s not good, you may have to invest in those sprites that provide AP gain. (Note here, upgrading the ice/flame sprites to epic to me is the only worth of it so if you go down this path, you gotta have them on epic which will be like 500k each.)

            Thirdly, when you get those companions from the class packs, you know, SW, DC, GF, etc, those companions don’t come with bonding stones & as well the companions when you claim them on each toon on your account, it will be character bound to each toon so no profit to be made there

            I saw your point with the crit severity & as mentioned to you, I feel like you need to go with the sprites in my view.

            Finally, I think I didn’t miss out anything leading up to this so the last thing to answer to you is the sellsword is excellent activating bondings, for sure as it does three strikes so it constantly keeps it up (And if I didn’t mention here or you didn’t see in the guide, the Sellsword’s debuff is AoE, the third strike it does, when it lands, gives a 10% debuff & that attack has a nice range when all the mobs are around so alot of targets can get the 10% debuff.

          • kjouda
            December 8, 2016 at 3:06 am

            So I will get 3 bonding stones and 3 companions that I can resell or are they all bound ?!

            Also I dont have a problem with heals at all I always have my bastion on so severity is not gonna matter to me cause I almost always fill any bar withjust 2 empower stacks. I’m following ur build strictly and its powerful enough that I dont see a point in severity especially when companions r so expensive

        • kjouda
          December 8, 2016 at 3:43 am

          Wow I just figured out that I have completely screwed up my upgrade calculations. 50k for green 250k for blue and blue is rank 30.
          So 300k. I will definitely do this. Thanks

          Sellsword will be my main. Is it good at activating bonding stones though ? cause Thats the reason I got young yeti. Plus its cute.

          This leaves me 1 final slot. Should be the deva if I ever get a fair price

  • Jojo
    December 7, 2016 at 9:28 am

    The advantage of those packages is, that you can use them on all of your chars. So if you activly play with several characters, it might be worth the investment. U only get one bag tho and stil need to upgrade the companions toepic wich is pretty expensive.
    I’ve also seen that you can get a sprite in the winter festival, which could be a cheap option.

  • kjouda
    December 8, 2016 at 3:49 pm

    Thanks for ur detailed answer. U havent missed anything.
    I will do the sellsword. I actually like the companion itself so I will be happy with it more than any other. I was just too stupid not to upgrade it earlier. I keep missing the upgrade price just like u saw :p

    I now have 1 last slot that contains the con artist *white*. I will not upgrade this so I’ll just keep it at that until further. There r other better places to spend the money on right now. Obviously bonding runes. And Im not dropping the astral deva I just bought. Its purple at 200k. Next day I checked it the blue was 250k so I think I got a great price. Sprites r too expensive so I doubt I’ll ever get one. Their bonus isnt that big of a deal cause once I build my character better Im gonna have much better AP gain so sprite will not be a difference. I can get 2 greater bondings with this price. Or a symbol of fire artifact and keep some change

    Ur build is just amazing as it is actually even without companions :p Im at 2500 now and ppl love me so much that they let me do tiamat and CN at 2300. I dont even have artifact weapons yet

    My cw is 2800 and nobody wants it. I spend more time with the DC now but AD priority goes to cw at the end :/

    One last thing I just remembered. U recommend a full set DF armor. 3 restoration and 1 raid boots. Df raid boots give 900+ critical and 600+ power. While the restoration gives 900+ power and 600+ recovery did u just missed the name ? Why did u choose raid over restoration ?

    Also why not just take 3 pieces of DF and get 1 piece of a different armor since DF bonus only requires 3 parts. U can get a drowcraft piece for the 10% demon dmg resistance. Isnt it better ?

    I currently have a full restoration DF set but I think replacing the chest piece with a drowcraft is better. Drow chest offers power as main and critical as secondary. DF chest offers recovery as main and critical as secondary. But drowcraft still offers a 10% demon resistance. What do u think ? I also have the lvl 5 ice forge on my CW so I can get elemental

    • Profile photo of Czar Jarek
      December 8, 2016 at 9:54 pm

      Ah I understand, well you’re def right, you can indeed get the bondings or the symbol of fire first but I’ll recommend to you, if you have to choose, def bondings first. You’ll benefit more in the long run with greater bondings and building them up of course to higher ranks

      And really great to hear the build works for you man ^_^. As for your CW, well CW’s, if specced right are just as beautiful as having a buff DC. If you really learn/understand how to play a Master of Flame CW, you’ll easily be a buff monster as well on the CW & well appreciated by people who know what a MoF CW brings, but unfortunately most players who really prefer will rather your CW doing high dmg output than actually be a big help to the group by buffing/debuffing big time on a MoF CW.

      As for that last thing you’re asking, I just wanted the perfect balance between power/recovery & having some sort of crit to help with the whole fact that if I’m having to heal as well in the group, that little crit chance helps with the crit severity companion I have. Not a high crit build of course but I always believed that this type of righteous support, you need a fair crit chance, that’s why I tell people if you see yourself ending up somewhere between 30-35% you’re good, if you’re lower than that, at least 28% for the very, very least.

      And ah, that’s one thing I must say, I didn’t like about the DF chest, the recovery is fine, but that crit and recovery tho. I would have loved if it was like the Lighttender’s restoration chest piece which that chest piece is power/recovery, excellent. But with what you’re saying, I personally don’t find the 10% dr against Demons is so great but outside of that the stats on it, especially elemental is good so you can either go for elemental drowcraft or if you think you don’t need that, you can go with elven restoration (if you need power/recovery)

      I see that you said you have the lvl 5 ice forge on your CW, do you have it on your DC as well?. Because I don’t think (can’t confirm) that you can like get the drowcraft on your DC, then send it to your CW to get it to elemental. I think your DC has to have the ice forge on 5 as well but I’m not 100% sure.

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