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So... never get maximum hatred upgraded then?

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So... never get maximum hatred upgraded then?

 

It can sometimes benefit a spec, but is more often left to personal preference. Builds often include one or more Hatred management tools (Vengeance, Bat Companion, etc), allowing you to balance Hatred without spending the extra points for a bigger reserve.

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I'm just curious.  I'm around 850 Paragon and building my Multishot Fire Build with Yang's Recurve... and I'm curious where my Core Paragon Points should be?

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