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Discussion in 'PvP' started by DCAFarkas, May 19, 2005.

  1. DCAFarkas

    DCAFarkas Diabloii.Net Member

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    PvP Newcomer

    Hi guys, I'm looking into going into PvP (USEast Softcore Ladder), only problem is I'm no where near as rich as people who have been playing for months, I can't really afford any high runewords right now, so I was wondering, what's a good PvP build for a poor newcomer. Thanks.
     
  2. Theriverstyx

    Theriverstyx Diabloii.Net Member

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    er i guess whatever characters you would have the best items for.
     
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    Speederländer Diabloii.Net Member

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    Ghost assassins are inexpensive. :uhhuh:
     
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    you do know that you will be constantly owned, and people will laugh at your gear in every game
     
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    Darknicrofia Diabloii.Net Member

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    a telsadin is cheap and its fun, its way under rated, but it does decent damage, and its a decent norm/nm rusher
     
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    If you can't afford an Enigma, you should probably go with a sorc. Most of their gear is relatively inexpensive to start with, the toughest thing to get probably being skill grand charms. However, you can get by with practically no runewords. CtA being the main big one you'd want to add eventually.
     
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    as a hammerdin user... id suggest hammerdin :p
    even a foher. cheap gear would be like

    this is a budget foher setup:

    heavens light weapon
    shako
    viper magi
    hoz (prolly most expensive of your gear)
    t gods or arach sash if u can afford
    x2 sojs
    tearhuch boots (or nice rares you can find with frw and heavy resist)
    +2 pal ammy or low maras.

    for hammerdin. same thing but trade in heavens light for a wiz spike.
     
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    basically, if u want to be good, u will need some wealth to play pvp....

    The "MOST" inexpensive build is either zealot or summoner....
     
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    Wtf are u smoking? Zealot inexpensive? Well maybe if max/ar/lifes, good grief/ebotdz, exile vortex, ber ber COA arent expensive items for u then maybe :lol:

    Summoner absolutely MUST have an enigma to function in pvp although u can get by with tele charges :lol: , Id still say that sorc = best cost effective pvper, hell even a full tals blizz sorc can do pretty well in pubs :D
     
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    Phyrexial Diabloii.Net Member

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    I'd echo ICE's statement. Are you insane?

    Zealots are some of the most expensive builds around and with relatively little power in return for that high cost in comparison to alot of other builds. Specifically casters.

    Summoners absolutely must have Enigma and the original poster mentioned that he can't afford any high level runewords. To be a competitive summoner, a Beast weapon is practically also a prerequisite.
     

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