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Hi, im new in here. 
I decided to share this build i made. It fun to play also it's great to do the achievement seasonal [Legendary].
I want to hear some feedback if anyone can help to improve this build.
I know isn't the best but i don't care just want to play something fun and useful.

In a couple of hours i will be uploading a gameplay video.
Click here to see this build on diablofans site.
Rathma's court


Actually i make this with all the stuff i get until now on season game so could there be a better legendary to use or a better skill combinations and that's why i came here i want to improve it.
 

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Since you are going full legendary build, you should try to make it a LoN build to push it up high :)

Couple of things, I would use Lidless Wall shield instead to get some additional elemental damage since the free blood nova really isn't doing much higher up. For boots I would personally prefer Illusory Boots for survivability to not get stuck since Necro suffers from CC overall as it is and would also make it easier in hardcore.

It's interesting to see fresh things regardless and I'll be trying it out :)

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Since you are going full legendary build, you should try to make it a LoN build to push it up high :)

Most of the damage come out of the rings. Krysbin's SentenceKrysbin's Sentence and Circle of Nailuj's EvolCircle of Nailuj's Evol . 
But i will give it a try when i get them.

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I would use Lidless Wall shield instead to get some additional elemental damage since the free blood nova really isn't doing much higher up. 

Will add that like recomended, the blood nova just help me to destroy objects more than killing enemies.

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For boots I would personally prefer Illusory Boots for survivability to not get stuck

Yeah but didn't get one of those yet.

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It's interesting to see fresh things regardless and I'll be trying it out :)

:)
I love to play making my own builds and playing avoiding the "meta" but on the season its hard to progress or get in a good team if you don't make use of the top tier build.

I made some changes based on your recommendations and some based on the items i get today.
Tomorrow i will be uploading a video of this build on T10.
Your help is very appreciated.
Thank you.

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