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Sploder... Where next?

Discussion in 'Newcomer Forum' started by oOmpie, Sep 18, 2006.

  1. oOmpie

    oOmpie IncGamers Member

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    Sploder... Where next?

    Hi all,

    I was wondering if you guys have some input for me... (again :badteeth:)

    I am still working on my Sploder support necro. I'm slowly getting me some pretty decent gear (hurray for Insight :p) and reaching the skill caps on Amp and CE and am having a lot of fun playing with other people.

    I was just wondering where to go next.
    Originally I planned to beef Gumby using GM and CG for higher percentages on the slow effect and, obvisouly, life. This will leave me pretty much purely for Melee support and a little crowd control.
    Most sorcies etc will probably still gimme some lubbin' when I keep Duriel out of their hair, but well, you catch my drift.

    Since I have no real experience whatsoever with other chars, I was wondering what to do now... Will the Clay Golem's slow and crowd control make me useful enough for non-melee chars too, or should I try to get Lower Resist to a decent level and put less points into Gumby.
    I kinda dislike spending the 6 skill points just to get to LR, but if that would make me significantly more allround as a support char I might consider spending them nonetheless...

    Thanx in advance!
     
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    For good support of a randomly built party you will need Amlplify Damage, Life Tap and Decrepify anyway. Most necros end up spending 1 point in every curse, only to have the opurtiunity. Curses are all very effektive with a single point spend and +skill items. They don't really profit from additional hard points.
     

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