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Manti Sentry/Cluster & Yang Multi/Fire Build Help

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Hey guys and, I'm new here to the D3 scene, and have been playing a few days now.

I'm currently paragon 631, and have accumulated most of, if not all of the items for both of the aforementioned builds (with reference to Deadset's guides).

I'm using the Endless Walk (Traveler's Pledge/Compass) & CoE Ring for both builds vs the recommended Hellfire/BoW (Focus/Restraint), and do significantly more damage across the board with my current setup. Without it, I lose roughly 30% of my overall damage, and half of my Crit Hit Damage on both builds, and retain roughly the same overall crit for both. I would love to use my Hellfire Ammys, but it seems I sacrifice so much for a mere extra passive.

Below are my current stats using the Endless Walk & CoE build vs the Hellfire/BoW build.

*For what it's worth, I'm also currently struggling to break a 70 GR solo with the strongest of my two builds being the Sentry/Cluster w/ nearly all Ancient items.*

Yang's Build Stats (Ambush/Thrill/Cull/Ballistics):

925K Overall damage / 690K

44.5% Crit / 51.5%

461% Crit Hit damage / 279%

Manti Build Stats (Grenadier/Cull/Custom/Steady):

1.04M Overall damage / 789K

44.5% Crit / 51%

459% Crit Hit damage / 274%

Any help is greatly appreciated. Thank you!

Edited by Targetlocked

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Thread can be closed. Problem solved. Found the necessary items for said build. Works marvelously.t't

Edit: Still can't solo a GR 70 though. Seemingly impossible even with the proper build and gear...

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For anyone revisiting this thread - Manticore Grenade build is incredibly dependent on your playstyle. It's very difficult to get used to and you need to practise it thoroughly to push higher than 75-80. It's mainly to do with your positioning, as well as grouping mobs efficiently for your turret grenade burst. 

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