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  1. As it currently stands, poison is one of the least used support sets in the game and every night should have it's dawn. Here's the most requested suggestions for the Poison Powerset I have been able to pool from these forums and other sources. I have quite a bit of experience with the powerset having built several poison toons to max level and tweaked out as much performance from them as I could. Poison is one of the few Powersets that you can literally get by taking only three powers if a defender or four powers for other AT's, and the issue is that some of the powers are pretty lackluster. Weaken and Envenom have very small AoE ranges. The radius on these is eight feet. They are most often compared with powers like Radiation Infection, Enervating Field, Darkest Night, and Disruption Field. All of those powers aside of Darkest Night have a 15-foot radius, whereas Darkest Night has a 25-foot radius. Darkest Night is a bit of an outlier in it's radius although it is likely higher to compensate for the power not doing -res. Many have proposed a 15-foot radius, but I understand the debuffs in play here and suggest a compromise to 12 feet would be sufficient to address many peoples AoE issues on these two powers. Alkaloid is an underused power and rightfully so. Thematically poison is about poisoning, and not healing. That said poison in the right doses is medicine. As is Alkaloid is a ranged single target heal and adds some resistance to toxic for theme. My proposal would be to change Alkaloid to a fast recharging PBAoE regen/recovery buff with a duration of 30 seconds that can stack with itself up to three times extending the magnitude of the effects and duration, and if cast while at max stacks, it causes an overdose and causes a lingering regen/recovery debuff that is slightly more potent than Alkaloid at three stacks. This would help a poison player better regulate the end cost of venomous gas down the road, but also cause some interesting shenanigans. Perhaps the player population would rather a potential overdose be limited to the poison player alone, as that would limit the potential for griefing. Neurotoxic Breath, it's a very narrow 30° cone. It acts exactly like Shiver from Ice Control (although Shiver has a 135° cone). Proposal, add in a -regen &- def debuff with a 10 second duration, increase come to 80°, the same arc of Gale. Remove the slow effect. Poison Trap. The -end/recovery of Poison Trap in this set is a joke at 1 second duration. Many people have argued about using the power with the same name from the Traps powerset and rightfully so, with it's -1000% Regen debuff making it superior in every fashion. Proposal, use Traps Powerset version and sunset this one. As a compromise I'd even be alright with a Poison Trap only doing 500% Regen debuff. People get really turned off by the idea of spitting out their powers, so having options to have effect spray of their hands would likely convert quite a few people to playing the set on its own.
  2. EDIT: I remembered wrong, thanks for verifying y'all I thought I was going crazy lmao I grew up playing COH & COV & have fond memories of using the Poison powerset among many others. I created a Corruptor yesterday w/ Psychic blast & Poison powersets, but when I started playing the game I noticed an issue with Poison powerset's first ability, Alkaloid. In the original game Alkaloid could be used as an attack against enemies, or as a heal for friendlies depending on who you had targeted. Now however, Alkaloid is unable to be used as an attack power against foes. Is there a reason for this change? Is this a glitch? Can this be fixed so that the power matches up with the power's description? While it's not game breaking by any means, it was a huge disappointment to discover the power doesn't work the way it's supposed to. Would LOVE to see this fixed or hear any feedback on this issue. I know it's not everyone's favourite powerset, but if it's in the game it should work the way it was meant to, no?
  3. How do all Relative newcomer to COH, while I've played it on and off since Homecoming launched between severe alt addiction and not really being that great at picking up the MMO details to make for smoother play for any games I'm not especially savvy. But I'm getting back into it and trying to make a go of a decent controller. I've checked a few of the existing threads for the same power pairing (and added them at the bottom of this post in case anyone stumbles into this and wants to save themselves a bit of searching). As far as I can tell this seems to be overall good advice for power picking Powers to Skip; Plant Entangle - of the two available at startup it's not as good, though it might be a viable addition Spore Burst - between confusion, DoT and procs they'll not be asleep long Spirit Tree Poison Neurotoxic Breath - not a great area, other controlling effects are better Elixer of Life Antidote Weaken (see DreadShinobi's posts below) Other powers can be ignored too, these are almost definite skips though. Other Pools to possibly grab powers from some of which may be removed on a respec at 50; Speed - the ever popular Hasten Fighting - Weave and Tough + the pre-req Leadership - Assault and Tactics, maybe Maneuvers Concealment - get Stealth for solo levelling. Skippable per the post below "skip stealth and just grab Super Speed. Add the Celerity +Stealth IO and you can stealth most anything." I'm ticking along slowly, while I've still not gotten the hang of farming influence I've got a couple of dozen million across various characters so can do a small measure of kitting out and my Stalker is at the point where I can farm Vazilhok Pollutant Plot for slightly shy of a Merit a minute whenever I have a spare 40 minutes or so which means getting the ATOs or other Merit based rewards is something I'm probably able to do for this Controller as a casual sideline whenever I want to put something on the computer to watch while murdering plague zombies. I posted this thread because I wanted to check if there's any Plant/Poison or even just Controller specific advice I should be aware of especially for grouping so I do not drag others down. I'm already aware that in some cases I want powers that won't do damage to allow for Badge hunting which Poison supports quite nicely (as long as I do not go proc happy) and I am aware that when it comes to major bosses the actual status effects won't land with any real success. Thanks in advance for any comments. Poison specific guide
  4. Mr. Simpson – we have reason to believe that you have consumed - POISON! Poison is the most aggressive debuff set in the game. It is the kinetics of debuffing. If you attempt to play poison passively the results are always underwhelming. The set requires melee range to achieve maximum potential as the capstone power is a pbaoe aura that is several powers rolled into one. Poison doesn’t compromise, it doesn’t give you false hope through a weak self heal, or encourage you to sneak around. You either poison the enemy so they are weaker than you, or you die. People that have enjoyed melee oriented blasters and dominators usually pick up the set and run with it. Others that have played alternate debuff sets like radiation and go in thinking it will offer a similar play experience, often struggle. In this guide I will detail some of the intricacies of poison that make it a great set for those that take the time and investment into making it work. No, the set is not easy to use, and probably was never intended to be solo’d. We can’t change the ease of use, but we can build it so it can solo just about anything. This is a long guide so refer to the sections for ease of use Section 1 - Brief overview of poison for each AT 1.1 Corruptors 1.2 Masterminds 1.3 Controllers 1.4 Defenders Section 2 - Brief overview of each poison power 2.1 Alkaloid 2.2 Envenom 2.3 Weaken 2.4 Neurotoxic breath 2.5 Elixir of Life 2.6 Antidote 2.7 Paralytic Poison 2.8 Poison Trap 2.9 Venomous Gas Section 3 - In depth analysis of key poison mechanics 3.1 Envenom 3.2 Weaken 3.3 Poison Trap Section 4 - build synergies 4.1 The importance of mez protection 4.2 Cones…..grrr 4.3 What about healing? 4.4 Power pools 4.5 Epics 4.6 Incarnates Section 5 - My build 5.1 Why fireblast 5.2 Current build Section 6 - Fun stuff 6.1 The PYLONS 6.2 TF’s 6.3 GM’s Section 7 - the future ... Section 1 - Maleficent was a corruptor, but what should you be? Poison Is available to 4 AT’s. Two of them excel with it, two of them leave a bit to be desired. *I strongly recommend poison on controllers and defenders – though for very different reasons that I will touch on later. *I don’t recommend poison on corruptors, or masterminds, but that isn’t to say you can’t enjoy one. 1.1 Corrs – relative to defenders their debuffs are just too weak to make effective use of this set. Proc damage is significantly lower and personal protection through power pools and epic armors is too low in conjunction with the weaker debuffs. As far as I can tell nearly everything in poison is subject to AT scaling and everything scales properly between corrs and defs. The result is that defs are noticeably more potent with poison. The Corr ATO’s work reasonably well with this set though as health/endurance is always welcome and another purple damage proc is great. 1.2 MM’s – the debuff values are ok for what MM’s need to do, but the aoes are too small. As a result many of your pets take direct undebuffed damage from enemies and quickly become overwhelmed. The t9 has terrible uptime, otherwise the set would be salvageable. If MM’s had the t9 found in the other AT’s you could make a poison trap tanker-mind that could work reasonably well due to the synergy of PT and venomous gas . But they don’t. 1.3 Trollers – trollers offer a lot of mitigation. This degree of mitigation can more easily compensate for the fact that with poison you either weaken them until you overpower them, or you don’t. Their superior mitigation makes things like mez protection and personal defenses far less important. The set also offers good aoe damage and quick aoe containment, and lots of stackable holds to pair with your primary. You also get very high -res against bosses, which trollers often struggle to take down quickly. Finally, trollers get by far the best modifier on the -special aspect of weaken. It is really strong. In fact it is almost twice as strong as what corruptors get even though it is both a secondary set. 1.4 Defenders - Just about every debuff is strong and they are all scaled up to defender values correctly. For this reason if you want to have the quintessential poison experience it is best played on a defender. Additionally, the defender ATO procs work very well with this set providing consistent absorption and spot heals if placed correctly in your attacks This guide is primarily about defenders, so lets get into what makes poison tick. Section 2 - Pick your poison Short and sweet: *Weaknesses – no mez protection, no sustain powers, requires melee range *Strengths – unparalleled speed of swinging the battle by drastically weakening foes so they do little harm and take considerably more harm. 2.1 Alkaloid – slow projectile, single target ally heal. It’s not my job to keep you alive, so be glad we can skip this on defenders. I’d take this if I had a dedicated duo/trio, but on a full team there had better be someone else equipped to patch you up because I just view you as vengeance bait. (see elixir of life) Slotting: one of the heal sets. Preventative medicine proc if you are leaving it unslotted. 2.2 Envenom – second best power in the set. Available at lvl 1. Pretty fast cast time of 1.33 sec, 12 sec recharge Main target: -40% res, -37.5% def, some other stuff that usually doesn’t matter, but sometimes does (-regen, -heal) 8ft aoe: -20% res, -18.75% def, half of the other stuff that usually doesn’t matter I’d recommend putting accuracy in this power because it doesn’t do anything if it misses. Then achilies, then 2 damage procs. 2.3 Weaken – this is an extremely unique power. There is only one other power in the game that functions like weaken and it is single target and extremely difficult to perma. Weaken however, is spammable and has an aoe mechanic similar to envenom (half strength debuff). Sadly, the benefits of this power are often overlooked for sheer brute force, but where this power shines, it is blinding. Main target: -37.5% damage, -18.75% tohit, -74.5% special (reverse powerboost) 8ft AoE: -18.75% damage, -9.38% tohit, -37.25% special Slotting: Cloud senses goes well in this power. 2.4 Neurotoxic Breath – This is like a poor man’s shiver. Don’t get me wrong the -rech/speed value is fantastic and really cuts incoming damage over the duration. The issue is the cone is pretty narrow so you need to be max range of the power for it to hit most of the group. However, poison plays best in melee range and you want your t9 aura applied immediately. If this had the wide cone of shiver you would be able to use both venomous gas and still hit large numbers with neuro breath. Pretty good while leveling, but once you have venomous gas this will sit in your tray collecting dust. Maybe throw a chance for smashing proc in there. That lets you clearly see who you hit over the whole spawn. 2.5 Elixir of Life – hilarious in conjunction with vengeance. You rez them and they run off buffed to the gills from elixir. Elixer provides 100% rech boost, 50% damage boost and unlimited endurance…at a price. A short 90 seconds later the buffs expire and get replaced with a mag 1000 hold (ie toggle drop) puking and strong debuffs. Everyone else’s veng is still going strong so other buffers get lax. If you get lucky this happens in a spawn and they die again so you can refresh the teams’ veng. Lather, rinse, repeat. Of course they accept the rez, cause who wouldn’t? 10/10 power w/ veng on PUGs. Best used on scrappers as their swords tend to be sharper than they are. 2.6 Antidote – single target, ally mez protection. Good slow/-rech protection and a bit of cold/toxic resistance. Look, if I have to deal with mez, then so do you. That said, it is a good spot for unique Res IO’s if you aren’t taking fighting. And if you are in a duo/trio it is pretty good. It can also be the third leg of the elixir+veng strategy of killing your teammates if you instead want to use a blaster over a scrapper. Elixer buffs the blaster and you throw antidote on him for mez protection. That is now an overconfident blaster. When elixir drops, he splats. Not as much fun as a scrapper though as blasters are used to getting mezzed and dying. When elixir causes toggle drop/suppression on a scrapper they are genuinely confused. 2.7 Paralytic Poison – A not terribly fast single target hold. This allows you to fairly quickly hold a boss in conjunction with poison trap. It doesn’t last long, but maybe long enough to not die? This rolls procs super well and can actually do decent damage give the abundance of -res at your disposal. Definitely use this while leveling, maybe use it in your final build. It works reasonably well. 2.8 Poison Trap – not to be confused with Poison Trap. This poison trap doesn’t work the same as that poison trap. Confused? Ya me too. There are two powers in the game named Poison Trap, they are similar in some ways, but not in others. The one everyone talks about is Traps – poison trap (TPT). TPT has so much -regen that if you split it between all the defender primaries it would still be better at -regen than many sets. So what does PPT (poison - poison trap) do? A bunch of stuff, none of it really worth writing home about. However, doing a bunch of stuff, means it takes a bunch of procs. This power simultaneously rolls procs far better and far worse than you might expect. Slotting: as many procs as your build can support. See section 3.3 for more details. 2.9 Venomous Gas – This power takes just about everything poison does and then does it again in an auto hit pbaoe aura. I’m not sure if this power was supposed to “fix” poison when it was ported over to corrs, defs and trollers, but it sure seems like that was the intent. You’ll either love this power, or get mezzed repeatedly in the middle of spawns until you delete the character. Poison has no defense, no stealth, no resistances, no self heals, basically nothing that would support the need to be in the centre of a mob to utilize venomous gas. But that’s what makes it SO REWARDING. I’m not kidding. Once you get to a point where you can leverage venomous gas you start to feel really powerful and you start to witness a dramatic increase in team efficiency. 25% -res, 12.5% tohit debuff, 18.75% -dam, 12.5% -def Maybe that sounds great to you, maybe it doesn't. But even at a glance you should be able to see that it promotes the virtues of poison - negatively impact the enemy so they do less and you do more. Slotting: achilies, tohit debuff/end. Section 3 - Tetradotoxin, Amatoxin, Botulinum 3.1 Envenom Envenom is the most powerful single application -res power in the game. *Protip – alternate targets when recasting. The main debuff can stack with the aoe debuff giving -60% res. Fantastic if a minion is near an AV. The resistance debuffing is the main aspect of this power, but it also does a large defense debuff, a small amount of -regen and -heal. The aoe is admittedly small. I wish it was at least 12ft, or incorporated some delayed chaining mechanics to help it spread. Oh well, this is your targeted debuff, venomous gas is your group debuff. This power would still be worthwhile if it were single target (like it once was). The -regen is only 50% which isn’t fantastic, but it DOES stack when recast. It isn’t anything to celebrate, but it can help you get a handle on a GM’s regen if you keep it stacked 3-4x. You can see the impact it has on regen in the GM section (6.3) I personally think most -regen powers are too strong, or too weak. The sweet spot to me is 150-200%. That lets you have an impact, but still leaves room for another regen debuffer to have a role. The -heal is interesting, but rarely comes in to play. The target hit with the main debuff will receive 20% less healing. That can be helpful at times. If you envenom your target and cast weaken on the healer the results can be a near shut down of healing. 3.2 Weaken *Protip – alternate targets when recasting. The main debuff can stack with the aoe debuff giving -56.25% damage debuff, -28% tohit, and capping -special at 90% debuff. The nuts and bolts of debuffing damage: An often overlooked debuff. It works like it says on the tin. A 37.5% debuff will lower damage by 37.5%. However, this debuff has several interesting mechanics that make it incredible in some situations and not so hot in others. What makes it incredible? It is boosted by -res. A 37.5% -dam boosted by 65% -res (envenom+venomous gas) becomes 60% -dam. Poison can easily apply 56.25 to 75% -dam and debuff resistances by 65 to 85%. The result is often flooring an enemy’s damage at -90%. (look at the -damage on Jurassik) What else? -damage works independently from resistance. So if you do -90% damage debuff and have 50% resistance you end up taking 5% total damage. If you have 75% resistance you end up taking 2.5% damage. It can make some seemingly dangerous enemies a cake walk. An attack that would normally do 1000 damage can be reduced down to 25 damage. All by your lonesome. Poisoned! What makes it not so hot? The purple patch and enemy resistances. The purple patch is fairly straight forward, basically every level of difference between you and your enemy makes your debuffs less effective. +1 = 0.9, +2 = 0.8, +3 = 0.65, +4 = 0.48 When you hit +3 the potency of debuffs taper off hard. Probably too hard relative to other effects in the game on my opinion, but what can you do? Enemy resistances are a different matter. Resistance resists damage debuffs. Sometimes this matters a lot, sometimes it makes no difference. It matters when your target has resistances to the same type of damage that they deal. An example is Dra’Gon in the lady grey TF. He has 60% fire resistance and deals primarily fire damage. Also resistance resists resistance debuffs. Hahaha say what?. So previously where you can amplify your damage debuffs by applying -resistance, that is now also severely impacted. Examples using Dra'gon (60% fire resistance) while applying debuffing via envenom, weaken and venomous gas: +0 lvl: (56.25% dam debuff resisted by 60%) * ( 65% res debuff resisted by 60%) = 31.85% damage debuff +0 lvl: normal enemy = 92.81% damage debuff (capped at 90%) +3 lvl: (purple patch 36.65% dam debuff resisted by 60%) * (purple patch 42.25% res debuff resisted by 60%) = 19.37% damage debuff. +3 lvl: normal enemy = 52.13% damage debuff As you can see, you need to be very aware of what your enemy is capable of. An AV fight can be going super well and they are hitting like a wet noodle until they activate unstoppable. Suddenly they start hitting like a mack truck. Situational awareness is key. Lots of sets have -damage debuffs so that isn’t unique to poison. However, poison is also a good resistance debuffer so it ends up being very good overall at debuffing damage in most situations. (look at all that lovely -resistance that will boost your -damage) Weaken isn’t only useful for the -damage though. It also has an inverse powerboost. You ever see a scapper get one shot held by ghost widow’s ridiculous mag 100 hold and squirm helplessly until they die from the dot? Well you won’t see that if you hit her with weaken first. The hold will expire very quickly. Weaken drastically reduces the strength of many enemy abilities. Things like hold duration, defense debuffs, and heals are rendered almost useless. No one has any particular resistance to -special beyond the purple patch. So you hit silver mantis with it and suddenly her defense debuffs are a lot less impactful to the point that sets other than Super reflexes can shrug off some of her attacks. (Originally at 30% def, 2 of her attacks would normally drop me to -30% def, but I'm still at 0%) This aspect of the power doesn’t come in to play very often, or at least isn’t noticeable in most encounters. But it can spell the difference between victory and defeat like in the ghost widow example. 2/10 or 10/10 depending on the situation. 3.3 Poison Trap First off, it has a super fast cast time (which Traps -PT does not). And then it detonates when touched by an enemy into a big aoe hold. The hold only lasts like 7 or so seconds, but it can shut down most of the spawn for a short time. It gives you a nice little window to get some debuffs down. In addition to the hold it does a little bit of toxic dot damage. This could be useful for interrupting casters in some cases. What matters though is that it does an aoe hold and aoe damage. So it can take hold and pbaoe IO’s. The initial hold and damage procs roll at approx. 40-50% rate for 3.5ppm procs, which seems a bit lower than it probably should. However, after detonation the PPT releases a cloud that continues to do dot damage and periodically hold foes. So at 10 seconds it rolls its procs again at a lower probability than the initial detonation. (Ka-POW) PPT has some issues I’ll detail below. It is probably bugged and not working as well as it should. That said, it is still one of the most efficient powers in the game to place procs as it can frequently get over a 100% proc rate over the life of the power. The outcome is that while you focus on the bosses this power can often defeat most of the minions on its own. PPT with procs + a bit of aoe will finish off most spawns pretty quickly and safely. *issues with poison trap (and many other drop powers). - It only uses acc slotted into the power (so slots+alpha). Global acc, tohit buffs and even yellow insp have no impact on its accuracy. At least venomous gas helps it hit. People that think the power isn’t proccing well are probably just missing with it. -Secondly - the 3rd and 4th roll of procs are set up to automatically fail. It doesn’t matter what you do the chance to hit will always roll above 95 and miss. -Thirdly - The power can “critical” and double hit with procs instantly. I need to test this more, but I’ve only seen it happen with the pbaoe IO’s, which admittedly doesn’t make a ton of sense as you might expect the hold IO’s to do that given how the power works. -Fourth(ly) - The -recovery of the power hardly ever works. When it does work, it only lasts maybe 1 second. That said, it remains a very good proc power and very useful to helping poison do its job. If/when procs get overhauled my hope is this power gets a deep dive because it likely isn’t working as intended in all of its functions. Section 4 - When carrying poison, be sure to have an antidote on hand 4.1 Mez protection - I think the biggest weakness of poison is that if you get mezzed you will probably die. The set needs to be standing in the middle of a pack and you need to be actively applying debuffs and attacking to succeed. Even with weaken causing mez to last a fraction of the normal duration the toggle drop of venomous gas is often enough to get you killed. Solutions: Teaming - yah, but that’s not the point of this guide. Inspirations - yep, but there isn’t much you can’t do with enough inspirations. Some even rapidly port to their base to refill. I do my honest best to never use inspirations and certainly not as a key part of my build. P2W defense amplifier - you’d be silly not to pick this. 7.5% res all, 5% def all, 4 mag mez protection. 2.5 mil inf/hr at lvl 50. This is the best solution while leveling. Well worth the cash. I don’t use temp powers on final builds because I don’t see the difference between a power like this and a shivian against an AV. Defense - you can’t mez what you can’t hit. But poison has no innate defense and while s/l def is very easy to cap for defenders (scorpion shield) that only protects us from a moderate amount of mez attacks. Softcapping ranged defense and getting enough melee def that venomous gas’ tohit debuff gets you the rest of the way is no small endeavour. Rune of protection - awesome power. Great resistances and mez protection to most things including knockback. Unfortunately it is up only about 50% of the time and it requires you to go three powers deep in a pool. It can function as a break free too. Melee Hybrid - another awesome power. Good resistances and mez protection to most things excluding knockback. Also has really solid regen. Only up 50% of the time though and precludes that you don’t get a different hybrid like assault 😞 Clarion - probably the most obvious choice to cure the mez hole. Means you can’t use barrier or ageless though… 4.2 Cones - There are a lot of great cone powers out there. The issue for poison is that it needs pbaoe or taoe powers. You need to be in the middle of the spawn maximizing venomous gas, so cones conflict with the playstyle of poison. That means a set like dark blast, which would otherwise be a dream pairing, loses much of its prowess. You can still make an excellent poison/dark build, but imo ta/dark or storm/dark have more synergy. 4.3 Healing - poison does a lot to mitigate damage. It isn’t the best at it though to be sure. Damage will get through, sometimes lots of it. Relying on the regen from health will quickly let you down. Solutions: healing procs in health and stamina. These are great on just about any build, but they are essential for poison. Pancea and Power transfer can go a long way to repair chip damage. aid self - a strong heal that can help a fair amount with endurance too if you add field medic. I find aid self counter to the aggressive playstyle that poison espouses. dark blast/life drain - reliable, decent damage with procs. Life drain is a boon to sets like poison, ta and storm. However, as indicated in the discussion on cones in 4.1 dark blast has some issues playing nicely with poison. In addition to that the lack of aim can be significant when you really need to land a debuff, or just want to nuke at damage cap. water blast/dehydrate - reliable, decent damage with procs. Water has some great taoe powers and only one cone. The set takes quite a few procs. Honestly this is one of the best pairings you can make with poison. However, the single target damage leaves much to be desired. The attacks are a tad slow and it has no really heavy attack. The water jet instant recharge gimmick is sort of neat though. A team based poison would do well picking water. Melee hybrid - a great hybrid for poison. I already touched on it in the mez protection section, but melee hybrid provides strong regen as well. Rebirth destiny - yep, good heal with good regen. Means not taking clarion, ageless, or barrier though. All of which may be better for you. Defender ATO procs - one does a pbaoe heal, the other does a pbaoe absorb. If you put these in two heavy hitters (10 second recharge powers) they fire off a lot. An aggressive poison can make great use of these Entomb proc - put this in either paralytic poison or dominate/char. It gives you nearly 200pts of absorb every cast. It makes a tremendous difference. 4.4 Power Pools The reality is, you don’t “need” a lot of powers from poison to get the job done. Maybe that’s a good thing? Having skippable powers is a sign of weakness, but it sure helps out with build flexibility. Skip these for another build: Concealment - nah. Poison is best played in your face. Although phase shift would occasionally present value. Flight - if you enjoy it. But I feel mystic flight is a better option if this is your prefered path. Medicine - if you are really desperate for a self heal, but there are better, more synergistic ways to heal. Presence - don’t worry you’ll pull plenty of aggro haha. Conversely, many things will try to run. Teleport - only if you have a concept? poisoning people through space and time? Take a good look at these: Hasten - of course Leadership - you probably should. Defender values are very attractive. Tactics+kismet can all but let you skip out on acc slotting. Seeing through stealth/blindness isn’t frequently needed, but it sure is annoying. Fighting - just about everyone does these days… I personally skipped it on my poison defender. We all know how effective the pool is though. Leaping -- combat jump is a great power Force of Will - mighty leap is great, weaken resolve is pretty good if a bit slow. It is a surefire way to trigger achilies proc. Unleash potential is a very strong power. Not so great uptime though. Experimentation - Jaunt is really good for getting in to a spawn fast and affecting them with venomous gas. I haven't tried out corrosive vial, it "could" be a good addition. Adrenal boost is a nice offensive power. Not great uptime though. Sorcery - spirit ward is a good spot for preventative medicine, mystic flight is useful at times to chase fliers or avoid extremely dangerous melee attacks. I almost always fight on the ground personally. Rune of protection is awesome. Full mez protection, great damage resists and an achievable 50% uptime. I chose: leadership, combat jump, hasten, sorcery 4.5 Epics Defenders/corrs have some nice epic choices at the disposal. Controllers have very good epics. I'm going to discuss them from the point of view of a defender. Leviathan- good resistance shield (s/l/cold). hibernate can turn the battle around. The pet can add a lot of dps with the huge -res poison adds. Scorpion - only defensive shield (s/l), it makes softcapping s/l very easy for defenders. Focused accuracy can free up a lot of slotting options. Pet can add good dps Mu - great resistance shield (s/l/energy), powersink and conserve power make endurance management a non issue. Pet can add good dps and attacks from range which can be good sometimes. Soul - Double recharge soul drain is meh, powerboost used to boost - special but no longer does. As such it doesnt do a lot for poison. Ok resistance shield (s/l/negative). Mistress can do a lot of dps. Dark - Oppressive gloom works very well with venomous gas and can mitigate considerable damage. Dark consumption recharges too slow to rely on much. Ok resistance shield (s/l/negative), Awesome soul drain. One of the best epic powers in the game. Self rez can be useful. Electric- great resistance shield (s/l/energy), power sink and shocking bolt can all compliment poison very well. Unfortunately you need either electric fence or thunder strike to unlock the good powers. Power - conserve power is good. ok resistance shield (high s/L). Force of nature gives you 120 seconds of god mode resistances and strong recovery. Full end crash though. Powerbuildup is build up+ powerboost. recharge is too slow though. Fire - char. it is reason enough to take fire app. Decent resistance shield (s/l/fire), consume recharges too slow but has a fast cast and bigger aoe than dark consumption at least. Self rez has uses sometimes. Greater firesword isnt very good unfortunately. Psychic- dominate. as good or better than char. Great resistance shield (s/l/psi). Mass hypnosis has uses, but they are rare. Telekinesis costs too much and has no synergy with poison. World of confusion is fantastic w/confuse proc. Poison enhances confuse powers really well. Overall: Psychic is my favorite. It gives you another heavy hitter (proc'd dominate), A very useful shield and a confuse aura that works really well with venomous gas to provide meaningful mitigation and improve spawn clearing. Dark is my second favorite. Perma soul drain can give you really good damage output. Mu is my third choice. It makes endurance a non issue and the shield is great 4.6 Incarnates This is a huge category. I'm just going to highlight a few choices that go particularly well with poison. Alpha: musculature radial - improves damage, tohit debuffs, defense debuffs and gives you a bit of recovery. Everything poison likes. Cardiac core - solves endurance,boost resistances a bit. Nerve - really helps poison trap (see issues section 3.3) Interface: Reactive radial - good dot damage, a bit more -res which helps your -damage powers a little. Degen - probably the best for big game hunting. Lore: I dont use lore, but poison can make them do crazy damage Hybrid: Melee core- good resistances, good regen, mez protection Assault radial - proc damage is poison's forte. Destiny: honestly this will depend on the rest of your build options. Each destiny power has great potential for poison. If you can solve mez protection and endurance then barrier is incredible. Section 5 - I am Poison! I have created and played a lot of poison characters. I chose poison/fire for a variety of reasons. I dont think it is the most synergistic pairing, but it is extremely fun and effective. The set offers virtually no mitigation so everything I do is based on poison as the backbone. 5.1 Why fire? I mean, why not? Even in the world of procs fire is still the damage king. The thing about fire is it doesn’t “need” procs to do well, so you are free to enhance the recharge of blasts without drastically altering overall performance due to decreased proc damage. Some sets can hit harder than fire when heavily proc’d (ie radiation), but fire still does quite a bit more dps in the long run. In the end I enjoy playing fireblast, so that was my main motivation. 5.2 Current Build Ok, I’ve done a lot of respecs now and what I’ve discovered for poison is that I like it a lot more when I focus on solid resistances and coming back from the brink than opposed to softcapped defense followed by immediate occasional defeat. I think resistances and -damage debuffing go very well together and fit really well with the regen of melee hybrid as well as the small absorbs/heals of the defender procs. the result is that my failures are predictable and avoidable if I so choose. I very rarely go from hero to zero in the blink of an eye, which my defense based squishies can not replicate. However, if you plan on being hit that takes a lot more behind the scenes preparation than simply avoiding most damage/mez. Namely you require mez protection. That isn’t as easy as it sounds. I cycle rune of protection with melee hybrid. It doesn’t provide 100% uptime, but it is up most of the time. Those two powers also really round out resistances, so it works out pretty well. I have little doubt that the build would be stronger with cardiac and barrier instead of musculature and ageless, but the latter was a conscious decision to increase dps. I might finish out those two alternate incarnates though for some difficult encounters like the “final warwalker standoff” in the tinmage tf. I have been unable to pass that point solo no insp/temp/lore. I have assault radial at t4 as well as melee t4. If I know survival is a non issue then the extra dps is welcome (see pylon section).
  5. What: Poison Potions (Poison Superteam) Where: Excelsior (first meeting on the Nova Praetoria star) When: Fridays at 8pm Eastern/5pm Pacific US (first meeting on 13 August) Who: The Justice Superteamers (the folks behind the Justice TA, Traps, Radiation, Blades, Earth, Gun, Darkness, Time, Water, Indomitable Sonic, and Excelsior Nature, Knockback, Electric, Thermal/Cold, Dark, TA, and Guns Superteams) Why: FUN, fortune, and glory! The Justice Superteamers run many projects to leverage the power of stacked (de)buffs and explore common themes to accomplish things that a random group could not. Come join us on Excelsior for our Poison Potions Superteam where we'll leverage the power of Poison to subdue our foes. Long time vets and new players are all invited as we focus on fun with other friendly players. Power/Build Requirements: Must have the Poison power set. Primary for Defenders or secondary for Controllers, Corruptors, or Masterminds. Required Powers (slotting) - Please take and slot these powers as early as your build allows: Envenom (1 Acc) Weaken (1 Acc, 2 -ToHit) Antidote Poison Trap (1 Acc, 2 Rech) Venemous Gas (2 -ToHit) Maneuvers with 2 slots worth of Defense enhancements by level 20. The following are suggested, but if you can't fit them all in, not required: Alkaloid - Game requires Controllers, Corruptors, and Masterminds take it Neurotoxic Breath Assault Tactics Other team-focused powers are great too: Elixer of Life, Vengeance, Victory Rush, Weaken Resolve, Spirit Ward, and Teleport are always useful. You're welcome to make use of your other build if you'd like to maintain a solo, PVP, or non project compliant build. Miscellaneous Details: Our first meeting will take place Friday, Aug 13, 2021 at 8pm EDT/5pm PDT on the Nova Praetoria star on Excelsior. Feel free to show up fresh from the tutorial (or even skip it). We'll be coordinating the group through use of the "Justice Superteamers" global channel. Everyone participating on this team must join the channel. (/chan_join "Justice Superteamers"). We also have a Discord channel for out of game and voice communication. We have an SG to join as well, but it is not required. I'm sure our top notch base builder will have a fun base with teleporters, trainers, vendors, and enhancement bins with Common IOs available while leveling. We'll start in Praetoria and run arcs and events there, but will eventually make ourselves vigilantes/rogues so we can enjoy what Paragon and the Rogue Isles have to offer. We'll be focusing on PVE content (Task/Strike Forces, Contact Arcs, Tips, iTrials, the occasional newspaper/scanner, etc). There is no limit on the number of people that can join us. This isn't going to be a fixed group of 8; the more, the merrier. Feel free to show up late, roll a 2nd alt, etc. Super-Sidekick makes teaming incredibly easy. If you already have a character that fits the theme of this team, or won't be able to join us at the start of this team, don't worry; we'll accept you at any level, any time. Just note that if you're significantly beyond the rest of the team in terms of level, you should expect to exemplar down to the rest of the team most of the time. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to post here or send a /t or email to @Perfect Square, @Hedgefund, or @EF in-game.
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    JST hosts its "Poison Potions" Superteam, featuring the Poison powerset, every Friday at 8pm EDT. Roll up a new Poison alt and join us. /chan_join "Justice Superteamers" and ask for an invite Details on forum post:
  7. So after reading the Poison guide and some other threads that talk about the power set, I decided I wanted to try it out for myself. I opted to pair it with Dual Pistols, another set I've never played (despite its popularity). I used a bit of the information I found in the related threads to put this build together, but I've only just started leveling my Defender (really, more of an Offender), and its only up to the mid-20s. As a result, I don't know how sound these picks are. Please, let me know if I'm doing something wrong, or could have made some better choices. Hero Plan by Mids' Reborn : Hero Designer https://github.com/Crytilis/mids-reborn-hero-designer Click this DataLink to open the build! Aisling Green: Level 50 Technology Defender Primary Power Set: Poison Secondary Power Set: Dual Pistols Power Pool: Leadership Power Pool: Speed Ancillary Pool: Psychic Mastery Hero Profile: Level 1: Envenom -- EndRdx-I(A), AchHee-ResDeb%(3) Level 1: Pistols -- SprVglAss-Rchg/+Absorb(A), SprVglAss-Acc/Dmg(3), SprVglAss-Acc/Dmg/EndRdx(5), ShlBrk-%Dam(5), TchofLadG-%Dam(7), GldJvl-Dam%(7) Level 2: Weaken -- CldSns-Acc/ToHitDeb(A), CldSns-Acc/EndRdx/Rchg(9), CldSns-ToHitDeb/EndRdx/Rchg(9), CldSns-%Dam(11) Level 4: Maneuvers -- LucoftheG-Def/Rchg+(A), Ksm-ToHit+(15), LucoftheG-Def/EndRdx(15), LucoftheG-Def/EndRdx/Rchg(17), ShlWal-ResDam/Re TP(17), Rct-ResDam%(19) Level 6: Assault -- EndRdx-I(A) Level 8: Hasten -- RechRdx-I(A), RechRdx-I(19) Level 10: Swap Ammo Level 12: Super Speed -- BlsoftheZ-ResKB(A) Level 14: Tactics -- GssSynFr--ToHit(A), GssSynFr--ToHit/Rchg(21), GssSynFr--ToHit/Rchg/EndRdx(21), GssSynFr--Rchg/EndRdx(23), GssSynFr--ToHit/EndRdx(23), GssSynFr--Build%(25) Level 16: Bullet Rain -- SprVglAss-Dmg/Rchg(A), SprVglAss-Dmg/EndRdx/Rchg(25), SprVglAss-Acc/Dmg/EndRdx/Rchg(27), FrcFdb-Rechg%(27), OvrFrc-Dam/KB(29) Level 18: Paralytic Poison -- Lck-Acc/Hold(A) Level 20: Suppressive Fire -- Dvs-Acc/Dmg/Rchg(A), Dvs-Hold%(29), GldJvl-Dam%(31), GldNet-Dam%(31), GhsWdwEmb-Dam%(31), NrnSht-Dam%(33) Level 22: Vengeance -- LucoftheG-Def/Rchg+(A) Level 24: Elixir of Life -- RechRdx-I(A) Level 26: Poison Trap -- FuroftheG-ResDeb%(A), Obl-%Dam(33), Erd-%Dam(33), NrnSht-Dam%(34), GhsWdwEmb-Dam%(34), UnbCns-Acc/Rchg(34) Level 28: Executioner's Shot -- SprDfnBst-Acc/Dmg(A), SprDfnBst-Dmg/Rchg(36), SprDfnBst-Dmg/EndRdx/Rchg(36), SprDfnBst-Acc/Dmg/EndRdx(36), SprDfnBst-Acc/Dmg/EndRdx/Rchg(37), SprDfnBst-Rchg/Heal%(37) Level 30: Antidote -- StdPrt-ResDam/Def+(A) Level 32: Venomous Gas -- AchHee-ResDeb%(A), DarWtcDsp-ToHitDeb/EndRdx(37), DarWtcDsp-ToHitdeb/Rchg/EndRdx(39), DarWtcDsp-ToHitDeb(39), DarWtcDsp-Slow%(39) Level 35: Piercing Rounds -- PstBls-Dam%(A), PstBls-Acc/Dmg(40), PstBls-Dmg/EndRdx(40), PstBls-Dmg/Rchg(40), PstBls-Dmg/Rng(42) Level 38: Hail of Bullets -- Obl-Dmg(A), Obl-Acc/Rchg(42), Obl-Dmg/Rchg(42), Obl-Acc/Dmg/Rchg(43), Obl-Acc/Dmg/EndRdx/Rchg(43), Obl-%Dam(43) Level 41: Dominate -- UnbCns-Acc/Hold/Rchg(A), Lck-%Hold(45), UnbCns-Dam%(45), NrnSht-Dam%(45), GhsWdwEmb-Dam%(46), GldNet-Dam%(46) Level 44: Mind Over Body -- GldArm-3defTpProc(A), UnbGrd-Max HP%(46), UnbGrd-ResDam(48), UnbGrd-ResDam/EndRdx(48), UnbGrd-ResDam/EndRdx/Rchg(48) Level 47: World of Confusion -- CrcPrs-Conf/EndRdx(A), CrcPrs-Conf%(50) Level 49: Alkaloid -- Prv-Absorb%(A) Level 1: Brawl -- Empty(A) Level 1: Quick Form Level 1: Sprint -- Clr-Stlth(A) Level 1: Vigilance Level 2: Rest -- Empty(A) Level 4: Ninja Run Level 2: Swift -- Run-I(A) Level 2: Health -- NmnCnv-Regen/Rcvry+(A), Pnc-Heal/+End(11), Mrc-Rcvry+(13) Level 2: Hurdle -- Jump-I(A) Level 2: Stamina -- PrfShf-End%(A), PrfShf-EndMod(13) Level 10: Chemical Ammunition Level 10: Cryo Ammunition Level 10: Incendiary Ammunition ------------ | Copy & Paste this data into Mids' Reborn : Hero Designer to view the build | |-------------------------------------------------------------------| |MxDz;1500;732;1464;HEX;| |78DA6594CB4F135114C6EF748622A53C4A8B8014A1BC29B4B63C7CAC88CA230A984| |68DDB3A29433B4999693A2581A50BFF01376ED528E2C6853C24BAF20F7065DCB931| |31EA063441125F301EE63BB6249DA4F9DDFB9D7BCEFDEE99B99D5B9EF03E9FBE332| |EA4DACB59D5B29213DA8266CC6B79CF4D2D9531CCAC995E11F4D45CD4ADAC6EA43B| |A6F39A66549212F8BF3279696961219A3075CB348245F1BA6AA4B5F9E8C4929A4D2| |674AB60662D519730CD6C745653698195D1731E677E23A769F3016738B99CD3F2FA| |A26614D4826E1AD58E3895D5D399426032A7A7A2096B2595D153C939D52A68F9956| |6F211A69FDD2BF8B1251122C415E17AE312C2AF88787D315621C614C462A032C274| |CB42B429C2FDD6E5CCDD43B2932BFA8490902B4B9F5CCE9A135F989F41CF57D0474| |D9125EC23374A4E9DDA03E1C46AEB31AFF7336764870D7B4CCAAD40AEA860FF9DA4| |5542932A07A1353047E94C5588D95DB4AE9A73AB3FC0BF9FB41AF652F3185AE0097| |3153CF994B906363F03C7A8761DCEACD4C5D19FE661F0D428F32ED6063FC2BF427D| |F22147F8F6113B4B75FCDC77FF2A7C07D7C0D343C83B3DC95C445F3A54C9E95780F| |C3772BD46EEA58BF66862AD89FB50415A0BEFD1328E5A1D82B98BF712E29A21DE23| |340D7FE7C85F2BE7B6BE404ED73A7383B909766F315F8232EDDBC65EDA9A50DF4D5| |A3B7AAEB4F3B7D7FD0A7BF56E33B798AFC1F3E4A1937BDDB98D33F5AD3337989BE0| |C0167881727AD877CF1FD419F8CB3C00C3874C9BC93D7947E8E7DCFE29C4867E33A| |F30B95F11EE5784DFD17BC2209F6F70185AE41778E607739FF913DCF30A11E56F38| |7A1BF5E32A78487736C63D8CED607D5029DED5A34FDBB6C54CB8A8D8E1B268AC4C8| |997292365CA6899327BA4F01D1255F077ADA4D909A5F83F202427A38ADE82CCBE76| |3C14E56C2982B7F4ADA4B9A45BE8A42784537AAFD2BC4F11BBC7F3FA91F7BDA449D| |27D38F1DE031FF84AB7FEE1D198F77F746C3C4B572ECEE37FE884F19B| |-------------------------------------------------------------------|
  8. Hi everyone, So I'm finally getting around to building (re-building) my Mastermind from the Live servers. He was Robots/Poison. Build is linked below; this is a very rough first draft from like, 2011-ish, so I know, a lot of stuff needs to be filled out, and has beaucoup room for improvement. Before I get to it with him, I have a few questions. 1. I never took the last two Poison powers back in the day. Noxious Gas just didn't work well for Robot pets, and I could swear that back then, Poison Trap was a sleep for MMs back then. But looking now, nope, I'm seeing a Hold. If it never was, hell, I'm happy to be wrong, and I'll work that into the build. 2. I need to recreate my popmenus! I used to have a setup for summons and upgrades, and then a second one to cover petcoms. (I only ever used one command set for petcom_all, I never broke it down between Drone/Prot-Bots/Ass-Bot.) I had the popmenu set up as "two-tiered," in the sense that I think the popmenu's first tier had Aggressive/Defensive/Passive, then selecting each of those opened a second popmenu of Attack/Follow/Goto. I'm sure someone has something similar already set up, can you help a robot out? 🙂 EDIT: with no small amount of trial and error, I got the popmenus working the way I wanted, so huzzah. 🙂 More later, Generator color=#FF0000]Villain Plan by Mids' Reborn : Hero Designer[/color] https://github.com/ImaginaryDevelopment/imaginary-hero-designer Click this DataLink to open the build! Steel Sleeper - I19: Level 50 Technology Mastermind Primary Power Set: Robotics Secondary Power Set: Poison Power Pool: Flight Power Pool: Leadership Power Pool: Concealment Power Pool: Teleportation Ancillary Pool: Mace Mastery Villain Profile: Level 1: Battle Drones -- SvrRgh-Acc/Dmg(A), SvrRgh-Dmg/EndRdx(3), SvrRgh-Acc/EndRdx(3), SvrRgh-Acc/Dmg/EndRdx(5), SvrRgh-Acc(5), SvrRgh-PetResDam(45) Level 1: Alkaloid -- Empty(A), Empty(7), Empty(7), Empty(9), Empty(9), Empty(11) Level 2: Pulse Rifle Blast -- Thn-Acc/Dmg(A), Thn-Dmg/EndRdx(11), Thn-Dmg/Rchg(13), Thn-Acc/Dmg/Rchg(13), Thn-Acc/Dmg/EndRdx(15), Thn-Dmg/EndRdx/Rchg(15) Level 4: Envenom -- ShlBrk-DefDeb(A), ShlBrk-Acc/DefDeb(17), ShlBrk-Acc/Rchg(17), ShlBrk-DefDeb/EndRdx/Rchg(19), ShlBrk-Acc/EndRdx/Rchg(19), ShlBrk-%Dam(21) Level 6: Equip Robot -- EndRdx-I(A), EndRdx-I(21) Level 8: Weaken -- SphIns-ToHitDeb(A), SphIns-Acc/ToHitDeb(23), SphIns-Acc/Rchg(23), SphIns-ToHitDeb/EndRdx/Rchg(25), SphIns-Acc/EndRdx/Rchg(25), SphIns-%ToHit(27) Level 10: Fly -- Frb-EndRdx(A), Frb-Fly(27), Frb-Stlth(50) Level 12: Protector Bots -- BldMnd-Acc/Dmg(A), BldMnd-Dmg/EndRdx(29), BldMnd-Acc/EndRdx(29), BldMnd-Acc/Dmg/EndRdx(31), DefBuff-I(31), DefBuff-I(31) Level 14: Hover -- BlsoftheZ-Travel(A), BlsoftheZ-Travel/EndRdx(33), BlsoftheZ-ResKB(50) Level 16: Elixir of Life -- Empty(A) Level 18: Assault -- EndRdx-I(A), EndRdx-I(33) Level 20: Antidote -- Empty(A) Level 22: Neurotoxic Breath -- TmpRdn-Acc/Slow(A), TmpRdn-Acc/EndRdx(33), TmpRdn-EndRdx/Rchg/Slow(34), Slow-I(34), RechRdx-I(34), RechRdx-I(36) Level 24: Tactics -- Empty(A), Empty(36), Empty(46), Empty(48) Level 26: Assault Bot -- BldMnd-Acc/Dmg(A), BldMnd-Dmg/EndRdx(36), BldMnd-Acc/EndRdx(37), BldMnd-Acc/Dmg/EndRdx(37), BldMnd-Acc(37), BldMnd-Dmg(39) Level 28: Paralytic Poison -- Lck-Acc/Hold(A), Lck-Acc/Rchg(39), Lck-Rchg/Hold(39), Lck-EndRdx/Rchg/Hold(40), Lck-Acc/EndRdx/Rchg/Hold(40), Lck-%Hold(40) Level 30: Repair -- Empty(A), Empty(50) Level 32: Upgrade Robot -- EndRdx-I(A), EndRdx-I(42) Level 35: Maneuvers -- Empty(A), Empty(42), Empty(46), Empty(48) Level 38: Stealth -- Empty(A) Level 41: Scorpion Shield -- Empty(A), Empty(42), Empty(43), Empty(45), Empty(45) Level 44: Power Boost -- Empty(A), Empty(46) Level 47: Vengeance -- Empty(A), Empty(48) Level 49: Recall Friend -- Empty(A) Level 1: Brawl -- Empty(A) Level 1: Sprint -- Empty(A) Level 2: Rest -- Empty(A) Level 1: Supremacy Level 4: Ninja Run Level 2: Swift -- Empty(A) Level 2: Hurdle -- Empty(A) Level 2: Health -- Empty(A) Level 2: Stamina -- Empty(A), Empty(43), Empty(43) Level 1: Prestige Power Slide -- Empty(A) Level 1: Prestige Power Dash -- Empty(A) Level 1: Prestige Power Quick -- Empty(A) Level 1: Prestige Power Surge -- Empty(A) Level 1: Prestige Power Rush -- Empty(A) Level 1: Battle Drone Level 26: Assault Bot Level 12: Protector Bot ------------ | Copy & Paste this data into Mids' Reborn : Hero Designer to view the build | |-------------------------------------------------------------------| |MxDz;1466;656;1312;HEX;| |78DA6593594F135114C7EF74A6946ED28DBD85965284168636FAE29389028684264| |47827A55CE8E874A6E90C461EFD20AE2FC698F8ACC6B87C0DF513A8145C7037E3C9| |3DC776CC4CD2F39BFEE76CFF696FF5FA52E4D1A51BE79914BBA8D72C6BAB5AB36CD| |E6E6AC64E6893D71B86A99B7B0732632CB96173AE673774CE5BBC9D5DC8AE56CE05| |401FEB556C6DEC379BA6A15E36B74D5BAB5B43AE4717F67777D57553B34C23BE6A3| |4789B1BB6FAEF26BC6E9ABABAA26B7B0D7B40DCAFF1DA0E6F5B0DAD1517DF578D6B| |9AA56D6BBA661F2484B2C975DE32DB76CDD64C23BDDCD2EAAA6B5CB556E7E4E5600| |4B69C85CF533FA3CBF1B363404561BE8FC44F48E533F10B72FE04B9A7B86A1DB858| |9F2BF6BB6248C427304BA27CE926F608DD42466E13EF204FDD25DE433660964CB5B| |204771985C57C44199950887E64AA0FF90CE6A24D47F2E7B05F8AA841DF80847D03| |01596843FDC4207224440C23C722C830FCD441ACF5057F49F8EC37B2F207F91C068| |769EFF03B9C997E4FFC809C38244EFCCF20F48F62AD2FFADA27B4EC1B64E52DF22A| |EC3F80396C40BCE50454C5C96D9C5C66893A6427293B29B2AF803248FB0DDEC79DB| |30F90B987C445ACCE9590796212260D63AD3C2CBAE5455C107151C497E07F94FA8F| |92FF3CF99F26FFD3E47FBA839C39423661B771AA1D3F41BF335F89DF90A7BF137F1| |07F225FC0DC0CBD858CD8A422E22BD027499FA4B732478C839F29F23325B2E73C7E| |A29053A0375810CA63194F1228CAACABAA28E2BC2B76228C956876C9D539053D55D| |255D7AC02E8659A55164ABA77E2189EB8358FB2AE744F19938452EDE538C158F71C| |398721C894DC991D8F72E4518E7B8A4F7239C558F6EC53F428158F72D6A39CF1284| |BC59E8B9562F75FE52C17BB27CCF90B810E7645| |-------------------------------------------------------------------|
  9. What is hell is a cofender? Controller/Offender She's only level 44, but it's starting to gel into a good build. Strong fast recharging def and resist debuffs. I can easily get -85% resists before procs with Envenom and VG. 1 stun, 2 proc'ed out holds , proc'ed poison trap, and neurotoxic breath for CC and damage Range def only 41%, but weaken provides -28% to hit and venomous gas another -18%. Suggestions?
  10. Hello gang! Dante here. Building a dedicated late game debuffer. Looking for a build that has capped S/L defense, capped range defense, at least. N0 poison buffs unless needed for set bonus's(Snek with Tiny Hat does not buff)... Stimulant is acceptable, aid other is not. Will be using Darks 3 cones, life drain, Dark pit. Nuke not really wanted, although open to it. Whatever it takes, the inf will be there. Incarnate suggestions also greatly appreciated. Thank you so much for reading, your awesome feedback. -Dante
  11. Hello guys, last night i saw a post with a Plant/Poison build by @Frosticus so i decided to change it into Earth/Poison because earth is love, earth is life etc etc. So i ended up with a build that i think it needs more S/L defense (+4,5% more to softcap). Any suggestions? http://www.cohplanner.com/mids/download.php?uc=1537&c=715&a=1430&f=HEX&dc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