So I set myself a goal of beating the game (at reasonable levels) with each set in the game. In my case - reasonable means not taking a set I can wear at level 3 and trying to beat Hell with it. I know people have done that and my hat is off to them, but I'm not that crazy. Oh, and these guys are twinked, so yeah I'm lazy. I'm also trying to use some skill combinations I don't normally play on these low level guys. So I finished the first character. ------------------ Slayer Berserker Barbarian using (you guessed it) the Berserker's Arsenal. Goal - Beat Normal. Finished at Level 36. Build: Using Stun/Battle Cry. With +2 skills. Skills: Stun-1 Bash-14 Axe Mastery-15 Battle Cry-5 Iron Skin-1 Natural Resistance-1 I'd love to tell you this set is one of the hidden gems in the game and more people should use it but... not so much. I packed half my character storage with damage charms with Goblin Toe boots and still struggled to do enough damage. I intended to use an ACT1 Cold Merc but I realized that wasn't going to cut it against the Ancients and went back and got an ACT2-Defense Merc who carried a Woestave/rattlecage. With Waheed the ancients were pretty easy (but slow). The Council (they smoked Waheed before I realized he was in trouble) and Lister in the throne room were pretty nasty but Bhaal was at half life before I even realized we had hurt him. Also - I was going to use Berserk on my Berserker named Berserker because of Xzibit reasons, haha - but the set has alot of defense bonuses that would have been wasted using Berserk (if I understand that skill correctly). Oh, and even with the attack bonuses on the set I struggled to hit on at least 50% of my swings - I am guessing it was something to do with the range on the weapon? Good Finds: Uhhh... does Darkglow count? No? Final Analysis - Fun but wow the damage was weak. ------------------ Next up: A Cleglaw assassin build using Mind Blast, Death Sentry, and Shadow Master to beat normal again. Probably overpowered - Ha.