One of my less successful 'Passion' builds. Originally intended to be a more typical Zealbarb, he played all the way to lvl 64 with just normal attack until he could equip 'Passion' zerker axe. However, after discovering that my Druid would only be able to zeal in human form, I decided polearm would not be the greatest choice for him. So, he turned over this hurty stick to Übereifer: Code: Passion Giant Thresher 'DolOrtEldLem' Two-Hand Damage: 112 to 321 Durability: 55 of 55 Required Dexterity: 140 Required Strength: 188 Required Level: 66 Polearm Class - Very Fast Attack Speed Item Version: Expansion Item Level: 87 Fingerprint: 0x628d42f9 +182% Enhanced Damage Adds 1-50 lightning damage 75% Extra Gold from Monsters 25% Increased Attack Speed +1 to Berserk +1 to Zeal Hit Causes Monster to Flee 25% Hit Blinds Target +10 51% Bonus to Attack Rating 75% Damage to Undead +50 to Attack Rating against Undead Level 3 Heart of Wolverine (12/12 Charges) Socketed (4: 4 used) 20 WW 20 Battle Orders 20 Polearm Mastery Plenty of extra points.. LCS Gear: 'Passion' Giant Thresher Crown of Theives 'Fortitude' Archon Plate Seraph Hymn @Carawolk TFT! +Rares.. Charms: Nothing special, lots of resists. Finds: Wizardspike Runes: Hel HF: Fal (NM), Gul (Hell) It was quite entertaining zealing away with this big thing. Zeal with rangadder 4 is something to behold. He could zeal at both stairwells in front of Shenk at the same time! But, WW still ended up being his main attack. Zeal was nice for targeting single monsters, or dealing with mana burn. But, any other combat skill would have worked just as easily. I will say, having a Rogue merc, hit blinds target was the greatest thing for her survival. Using WW, you're not really blocking any monsters from reaching merc. But, just whirling and keeping them blinded worked nicely.