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Guest Kort

Interesting variation on the build. I tried it out, does rather well. The lack of leeching zdogs, does require a lot more moving around to avoid being in bad spots. zdogs more survivability, but less damage then this new variation.

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Guest Guestington

How much damage do you lose if you got Taskers over Jeram? I can't even imagine not running ZDogs over Piranhado for sustain, so it would help with that, and I also really miss the high attack speed on my pets.

Also, what happened to Endless Walk vs Convention of Elements + Hellfire Amulet? Last guide said (correctly) that not moving is really hard on this build, but now it's not even an alternative.

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Guest Kort

hot fix put in, Ring of Emptiness now DOES NOT apply to the damage of your pets. changes the build back i think, without haunt.

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Guest Aventh

Realy nice guide that served me verry well so far, just one quick question: Without any direct source of dmg and no way of giving commands to my pets how are we supposed to crush doors in a grift (where we cant quickly change skills) without wasting the piranhas?

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6 hours ago, Guest Aventh said:

Realy nice guide that served me verry well so far, just one quick question: Without any direct source of dmg and no way of giving commands to my pets how are we supposed to crush doors in a grift (where we cant quickly change skills) without wasting the piranhas?

Doors are this build's biggest enemy. There are no workarounds sadly, you need to waste cooldowns to break them down. :/

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Guest Baelish

I see on the weapon that it prioritizes area damage over %damage.  Is this a mistake or is area damage even more important than %damage here?

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Guest Nylon

If you got no furnace, what would you say is the best alternative for cube? I'm thinking...

For Defense: Uhkapian SerpentUhkapian Serpent

For Utility (like when farming with the manajuma/Boon of the hoarder etc. setup) : Thing of the DeepThing of the Deep

 

Dunno what would be the best option though if I wanted more damage. HomunculusHomunculus

...could be viable for speed farming too I guess if you feel like replacing zombie dogs with something else like sacrafice.

 

Thoughts?

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21 hours ago, Guest Aventh said:

Realy nice guide that served me verry well so far, just one quick question: Without any direct source of dmg and no way of giving commands to my pets how are we supposed to crush doors in a grift (where we cant quickly change skills) without wasting the piranhas?

Wall of death, will bust doors as well. Remember wall of death does damage along its perimeter. If it's a rift with doors, I try to space out the wall of death and piranhas so I don't get stuck waiting at the door. Doesn't always work though, I've missed finishing a few gr in time cause of the delay.

I do seem to get some cooldown from at least one piece of gear each season it seems. Usually the helltooth shoulders or the offhand, hard getting those 2 with the right rolls.

 

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Guest Chris

So despite the RoE nerf, this build is still the best DPS for WD? I still see WD in the top of the ladder will this end with this nerf or not? I changed from Cruz to WD as a main and don't have a lot of time to spend doing multiple characters. Thanks for your help!

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Guest Aventh

I found a work around for me but I would like your opinion on its efficency :
I switched out the hellhounds for haunt with leech and took homunculus as mojo. You loose that first hit survivability but the playstyle feels overall more active and the ability to actualy smash doors gave me a big increase in grift speed.

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Guest cuz i b sneakin

This is going to make me sound new but I have never played WD, my gf and I are playing together and we both made this same build since she wanted to follow me for the sake of simplicity, do wall of deaths and necrosis debuffs stack? Or are we doing ourselves a disservice by going the same class/build? Thanks

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hey mate. Thank you for the built again!

Would it be better to have LOH instead of VIT on the bracers? since we're using leeching beasts? or still VIT is better?

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Guest Kort

To get a furnace easily, use a witch doc and forge a bunch of 2 handed rare maces at the blacksmith. Then upgrade them to legendaries  in the cube. Wd's have the least number of 2 handed maces than any other class, so your odds are better. This season I went 1/6 and last season I went 3 for 20.

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Great WD build!

I'm middling in S7 Champion - pp 437. Playing with the Speed Farm. Using Ancient Kymbo's Gold Amulet -- not sure how this will play out in T10+ just yet. But I feel safer for now, but will probably get on with a Hellfire Amulet after a good roll.

Thank you Deadset!

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6 hours ago, Guest Wonderer said:

There's a mistake in the guide.  You're supposed to wear either the Mask of Jeram or the Tasker and Theo gloves, whichever is rolled better, and then use the other one in the Cube.  When you do this, you only end up wearing five pieces of the Helltooth set.  It says this in the text, but does not show it in the equipment lists.

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Guest Labra

How about using Grasp of the Dead/Unbreakable Grasp with Wilken's Reach as mojo instead of Piranhas?

 

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Guest Michael

Sorry, I am very new. When I play, for my active skills, I can only have Wall of Death or Piranhas, Spirit Walk or Zombie Dogs, etc. Is there something I am missing?

 

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On ‎8‎/‎25‎/‎2016 at 9:41 AM, Guest Michael said:

Sorry, I am very new. When I play, for my active skills, I can only have Wall of Death or Piranhas, Spirit Walk or Zombie Dogs, etc. Is there something I am missing?

 

I firstly  want to say . Thank you for the WD Helltooth Pet build. Im new to WD and it seems to been quite strong. I play on the PS4 so it is harder as I have no real way to Target an enemy ( no cursor ) to aid me. I think this is one reason I can never clear as high GR as the players of PC version . There may be other factors as well like perhaps the mathematics for Greater Rift toughness of the monsters are easer on the PC ? Or maybe I suck lol. But the PS4 seems to be harder to play as all my gear and is optimized yet PC leader board clears are always higher. Any feedback on this Quarry would be appreciated .As I have post this question on many forums and never get an educated answer .

As for question about assigning skills. On( PS4 ) not sure about PC/Mac but it should be the same.

Start game. From the Main Menu select ( options) . Then ( gameplay ). The first option should be (Elective Mode ) Check that box/ Enable the assigning of any skill to any button . That is how to solve your issue. Peace

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On 8/22/2016 at 10:38 AM, Guest Labra said:

How about using Grasp of the Dead/Unbreakable Grasp with Wilken's Reach as mojo instead of Piranhas?

 

You will be losing a lot of mitigation unfortunately, as both recommendations (Henri's Perquisition and Uhkapian Serpent) offer a lot of upfront protection.

On 8/25/2016 at 6:41 PM, Guest Michael said:

Sorry, I am very new. When I play, for my active skills, I can only have Wall of Death or Piranhas, Spirit Walk or Zombie Dogs, etc. Is there something I am missing?

As the user above me pointed out, enable Elective Mode under Gameplay Options! This allows you to assign any skill to (mostly) any key, including multiple skills from the same skill tree.

On 8/27/2016 at 4:34 AM, RobKnapp said:

But the PS4 seems to be harder to play as all my gear and is optimized yet PC leader board clears are always higher. Any feedback on this Quarry would be appreciated .As I have post this question on many forums and never get an educated answer .

Hm, the PS4 version should be kept up to date with the PC version in terms of monster balancing / GR difficulty and so on. Is there a chance you might be missing something? Maybe a significant difference between your Paragon levels and those of the top leaderboard WDs? Could you maybe be missing Caldesann enchants from gear?

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On ‎8‎/‎25‎/‎2016 at 9:41 AM, Guest Michael said:

Sorry, I am very new. When I play, for my active skills, I can only have Wall of Death or Piranhas, Spirit Walk or Zombie Dogs, etc. Is there something I am missing?

9 hours ago, Deadset said:

You will be losing a lot of mitigation unfortunately, as both recommendations (Henri's Perquisition and Uhkapian Serpent) offer a lot of upfront protection.

As the user above me pointed out, enable Elective Mode under Gameplay Options! This allows you to assign any skill to (mostly) any key, including multiple skills from the same skill tree.

Hm, the PS4 version should be kept up to date with the PC version in terms of monster balancing / GR difficulty and so on. Is there a chance you might be missing something? Maybe a significant difference between your Paragon levels and those of the top leaderboard WDs? Could you maybe be missing Caldesann enchants from gear?

No . I use optimized gear  all ancient all builds with level 100+ Legendary Gems in amulet and rings . Caldesann all 13 gear I wear. I notice when I watch YouTube  Diablo video's there all for the most part PC player. The monster density is noticeably more. And the cursor targeting  on PC is very accurate as opposed to the PS4 version. I don't know. There is a mathematical difference beyond my understanding between the two versions. None of my legit PS4 friends who are good players can do Greater Rifts as high as the PC players . Something is different ??? But thank you for your awesome build guilds and responding to my question . I just wish I could figure what the difference between the two versions is. And who nI may ask to find out an answer . Regards , Rob Knapp

 

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