I think Spirit shield azurewrath combo is pretty usual, don't know about helm or armor thought.nice guide made my first hammer on this bulid, he kicks *** and i can clear whole game without any problems.
didnt read all 12 pages of comments but i have 1 question.
i have act2 holy freeze merc he never dies except in cs because of the im thats why i avoid it.
i see people use act 3 merc for cs and i what it also but i dont know what eq to use.
pls can someone write down what eq do i use for cs runs
ty for reply, but i have managed to put some stuff together and i am quite suprisedI think Spirit shield azurewrath combo is pretty usual, don't know about helm or armor thought.
-Standing in the middle of the mob spamming hammers causes all the monsters to either A) die instantly or B) get stuck in hit recovery the instant they spawn, so nothing touches them... And with stacked res (or absorb) and tons of life, the Hydras don't have much on Hdins...Also I notice they stand right on top where the mob waves are supposed to spawn and they don't take any damage at all... How is this possible? Even with max resists and I stay at range because even hydras can kill me in....
-Perhaps, Sanctuary will boost your res alot and Redemption will convert corpses to heal you, but most Hdins don't even bother switching to them; again, good gear will net you high res and lots of life so you can take the abuse... not necessarily "immune to everything", but nearlyIt has something to do with one of their auras? Or they are all runing godlike gear making them immune to everything in game?
-Pallys are IMO definitely a more naturally "durable" class for a few reasons, namely Holy Shield which practically guarantees max block and high defense, as well as the fact that they're essentially a melee class and therefore receive much more life per Vit point. Couple that with high res and a huge magical attack and you've got the best of both worlds. Thus, the reason some people call Hdins "cheesy" is because they essentially have every advantage in the book even without godly gear, but it's a snowball effect because since they're already so effective most Hdin players eventually end up with more powerful itamz.So are paladins much more durable than sorcs overall, or just because of godly - not likely attainable items for most normal players.