Shock Training Scrapper Guide for Lost Ark
Punching their way through enemies, Scrapper uses the Heavy Gauntlet weapon to pulverize their opponents. Scrapper utilizes a dual-energy system as their Identity, split between Stamina and Shock resources. Scrapper comes in two different playstyles, Taijutsu and Shock Training.
Shock Training: Skill Builds and Rotations
If you're looking for further information on thebuild for Scrapper, the following links will provide that for you.
Shock Training Strengths and Weaknesses
- Free form rotation
- High burst DPS
- High stagger
- High natural defense
- Access to one of the best counters in the game
- Requires back attacks
- Lack of AoE options
- Much slower than
Chaos Dungeon Skill Build
As with almost all Chaos Dungeon builds, these are extremely flexible and skills can be swapped out for anything else if you find something more enjoyable than what we have listed. It should be noted that Scrapper AoE isn't great. The range on most skills is very low, and most of the wide range, hard hitting attacks have longer cooldowns. Keep this in mind if you decide to move things around so you're not constantly chugging potions to keep up.
Raid Skill Build
While there's no true rotation for, there is a very smooth flow to how the class Engraving works. The build is split between three Stamina skills and five Shock skills. The three Stamina skills this playstyle chooses are the three with the lowest cooldown, thus generating the most Shock Meter while your Shock skills are on cooldown. It's also important to note, Scrappers synergy buff is also applied through both and . In ideal situations, keep these skills staggered to maintain full uptime on the raid buff.
Compared to the alternate build,is the heavy-hitter. This build is much slower, and misses out on some mobility, so it requires a bit more of a coordinated hand to play. Of the five Shock skills we take, four of them deal immense amounts of damage:
- : Uses all Shock Meter and scales based upon how much you have, capping above 75%. This is the highest damage attack in your kit.
- : Similar to , as it uses quite a bit of Shock Meter, but won't leave you completely dry.
- : Very slow, the cast time on here is long. Be mindful of when you cast this, since it's also a back attack and you'll lose out on a ton of damage if the final hits don't land. Take advantage of to super armor through push damage.
- : The only Shock skill we take that comes with forward mobility. We've also placed an on it to provide a great stagger option.
Probably the most versatile skill we take is the last one we'll mention, with. This should be your best friend. provides a decent chance of completely resetting the cooldown on this skill, meaning it can be used repeatedly in most situations. What this does is two things. The first, is it allows us tons of opportunities to proc whatever rune we place on it. In the case of this build, we've equipped a , but a can go quite a long way depending on the content you're doing. The second thing to consider is using as a stagger option. You may notice a really annoying animation lock when using this skill, preventing you from spamming it how you want. You can bypass this by holding down your movement button and spamming the skill. Use this to your advantage during stagger checks, and consider using an if your group is lacking in the stagger department.
The Awakening Skill chosen for Scrapper is. Something to be mindful of, there's proximity drop-off on the damage for this Awakening. If you're not touching the bosses hit box you will lose out. You're free to use , it's not too much of a damage loss, and let's be honest... it looks awesome!
Shock Training's Playstyle
Even with how slow this build may feel,Scrapper is quite forgiving. Scrapper boasts one of the highest natural defenses in the entire game, so learning when to push-immune and eat damage is a very real skill you will need to learn to play this class. Due to it's slow nature, don't be afraid to circle around the boss to ensure you hit your back positionals, especially after you've gotten your Relic gear set. Between Engravings, your gear set bonus, and possible party synergy, missing positionals can really lower the damage potential on Shock Scrapper.
Rather than a rotation, this build follows a simple priority. Castand immediately follow up with . This will put our Shock Meter down to zero, but allows us to apply our through and then re-apply and continue to rotate through your other Shock skills, priotizing second, and third. While is a mobility tool, feel free to use it in your regular rotation to maintain uptime on skills and also get rid of excess Shock Meter. Insert filler casts as you deem necessary, so long as you are sure you won't need it immediately for a counter.
- Icy Veins Podcast About Path of Exile
- ARPG Vault Discord Giveaway
- Icy Veins is Getting a New Look
- Lost Ark Spring Update Release Date Announced
- Lost Ark March Update Massive Release Notes
- Lost Ark Artist Subclass and 3 Special Events Preview - Coming March 15th
- Lost Ark Bot Banwave and Witcher Crossover Event
- Lost Ark December Update Release Notes: Wreck the Halls