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Tempest Rush Monk (Patch 2.6.4)

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I tried this build but it's almost impossible to get enough damage reduction. Trying a LoN build with Tempest Rush I found on the internet instead. Using Cesar's momento, Sledge fist (for the stun proc), Aquila Cuirass,Mantle of channeling, Hexing pants of mister Yang, Lorics crown (for the double resource reduction), frostburn and Kyoshiro (for the extra regen) gives a massive dmg and and dmg reduction. heavy resource reduction needed to get the Aquila Cuirass bonus but now with 50%+ resource reduction running high greater rifts with ease. Use this LoN build to farm as its relative fast and requires no effort (just push the channel button and run around).

Shoudn't this build be replaced bij de LoN variant using LoN. My experience is that the LoN set has way more survivability. 

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Some possible typos:

1) The description on the Gear section states that the quadrifecta gloves has Crit Chance, Crit Damage, CDR, and rolling off Dexterity for Area Damage; however, in the table, Dexterity is mentioned as the top stat priority for the gloves: should Dexterity be moved to the bottom of the list of gloves' affixes?

2) Since the speed farm variation adopts the Electric Field rune for Tempest Rush, its damage type turns to lightning: since this is correctly stated on the suggested Stone of Jordan ring, the table with stat priorities still mentions Cold damage on the bracers and amulet entries.

3) As usual, some explicit suggestion on which follower to use, which ring to use in place of Unity in multiplayer, and which potion to wear will be useful.

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As an unexperienced player I found the guides on this website very useful, thus I began to "study"  them and I learned from them many things on "how to play" the game effectively. However, while carefully reading these guides, I noticed some minor mistakes, typos and incongruences (most of them seem to came from the cut&paste process that probably is the first step of creating a new guide...), and I reported many of them in the forum related to each build. Since I'm an unexperienced player I didn't recommend any kind of "change" to the builds described by Deadset; I just reported some material errors: they won't change the build, only make the guides more complete, coherent and clear to new or unexperienced players like myself.

After a few months I haven't see any of my reported errors corrected (I expected to see something when guides have been revised for season 17...), so I have a couple of questions:

1) Is there a way I can edit the guides myself? I suppose the answer in "no, only Deadset and maybe a few others can"...

2) Are the report of typos and minor errors appreciated or not? If not, I will stop spending time on writing them here the forums: as I said, they don't change the build at all, they don't introduce clever alternatives, they only change some words on a line or two on a table or something like that, so it is understandable if someone thinks they're useless...

3) If they are appreciated (for their "cosmetic" value of diminishing material errors on these guides), is there a way for them to reach Deadset or someone else who can edit the guides? Maybe the reason I didn't seen them implemented is that I used the wrong channel, writing on forums that people who can edit the guide simply do not read...

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1 hour ago, Elekim said:

As an unexperienced player I found the guides on this website very useful, thus I began to "study"  them and I learned from them many things on "how to play" the game effectively. However, while carefully reading these guides, I noticed some minor mistakes, typos and incongruences (most of them seem to came from the cut&paste process that probably is the first step of creating a new guide...), and I reported many of them in the forum related to each build. Since I'm an unexperienced player I didn't recommend any kind of "change" to the builds described by Deadset; I just reported some material errors: they won't change the build, only make the guides more complete, coherent and clear to new or unexperienced players like myself.

After a few months I haven't see any of my reported errors corrected (I expected to see something when guides have been revised for season 17...), so I have a couple of questions:

1) Is there a way I can edit the guides myself? I suppose the answer in "no, only Deadset and maybe a few others can"...

2) Are the report of typos and minor errors appreciated or not? If not, I will stop spending time on writing them here the forums: as I said, they don't change the build at all, they don't introduce clever alternatives, they only change some words on a line or two on a table or something like that, so it is understandable if someone thinks they're useless...

3) If they are appreciated (for their "cosmetic" value of diminishing material errors on these guides), is there a way for them to reach Deadset or someone else who can edit the guides? Maybe the reason I didn't seen them implemented is that I used the wrong channel, writing on forums that people who can edit the guide simply do not read...

Hi there! They are most certainly appreciated and I will get Deadset to fix the errors in the guides (should be visible on the live page later today once it is deployed). My apologies for not getting to this sooner and fixing it!

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22 hours ago, Blainie said:

Hi there! They are most certainly appreciated and I will get Deadset to fix the errors in the guides (should be visible on the live page later today once it is deployed). My apologies for not getting to this sooner and fixing it!

Thank you for your fast reply and for all the good work here!

Very well, so I will continue to look for errors to fix... 😉

You will find many posts with my minor notes across the threads related to many class builds (usually one post for each build of most classes, including Followers...). I'm now moving to "study" the Crusader class: thus, if in the next few days I'll find something that needs o clarified or corrected, I will post it on the relevant thread.

 

I also have some "general" questions not related to a particular build or class: which is the right thread to post them on? Or should I repeat them for any build? Things like:

* Belts that replace the Witching Hour (e.g., Goldwrap in a speed farming variation) often have Crit Damage and Attack Speed left as stat priorities;

* Legendary Potions are never mentioned in the guides, but probably there are some best-in-slot potions too, and maybe different builds have different ones... Potions may not be game-changing, but if you list the 6th primary affix priority for a chest armor, you should also say something about potions, or not?

* Which is the best follower, and which are its best skills and items, for each build? The Follower page (which is not updated since 2016) lists many viable options, and I suppose each class build has a recommended one. Or am I wrong?

* etc etc...

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