Third PvP Septevariate Complete Malfurion, Level 85 Flaming Rabies Druid Brandishing a venomous bite and a flaming claw, he delivered pain at blinding speeds. Opponents that attempted to defend against one attack were quickly overcome by the other. He relished feeding on the carcasses of his fallen opponents. A positive point for this build was the use of the affordable 110 IAS phase blade for two fast attacks. Rabies was a nice skill but the accompanying Fire Claws just didnâ€™t cut it. I favoured defense so by maximizing lantropy that hampered the FC damage. The silly Fury/Rabies trend has overshadowed this build and he has been retired to make way for his replacement. Kael, Level 87 Mageslayer Assassin She enfeebled opponents with her triple threat: lightning traps that zapped any approaching prey, quick acting venom delivered from precise blows of cyclone hits and a flurry of kicks that confounded even the most nimble foes. An interesting build but it never got a chance to shine due to the lack of sorceresses and amazons during her tenure. I tired of Dragon Talon from lack of use, as Whirlwind was just too fascinating at the time. She was unfortunately retired to make way for the next generation. Maive, Level ** Venomancer He was shunned by both his predecessors, students of the bone arts. Aided by the ancient artifacts of Trang-Oul, he could call upon his toxic sorcery to envelope the entire area with his power, instantly weaken all who dare to oppose him. He was another interesting character, not as completely useless as I first predicted. Although he uses the entire Trang-Oulâ€™s set, limiting his effectiveness in 1v1, he does wonders in FFA. Amplify Damage and Lower Resist causes chaos for all opponents and Poison Nova hits all targets on the screen. Surprisingly, he was a very fun character in PvM also. Fanatic, Level 90 Zealot Battle scarred and hardened from his many exploits in the unforgiving wilderness fighting the forces of evil, he found a new calling. Wielding his mighty axe and blessed by the prayers of the archaic Zakarum, he laid holy retribution on unbelievers within the arena. One of my first characters, he was converted from a PvM build to a focused fighting machine. Charge-Zeal lays waste to casters and ranged alike. Because he is blessed with the mighty Grief, he has the option of switching to Smite, to be used against tougher opponents like shield-wielding Barbarians and Smiters. Mayfair, Level 91 Blizzard Sorceress She agreed to take up her fallen sisterâ€™s request, to learn the craft of cold and use it to hunt monsters to supply their army with valuable items. Using her knowledge, she expanded her powers to challenge a greater enemy. She was an upgrade from my first MF Blizzard Sorceress. She is well versed in delivering punishing blows to Pindleskin and Baal, but she is also capable of raining death blows to hapless player opponents. Artemis, Level 89 Lightning Javazon As with her Necromancer comrade, she had foregone her predecessorsâ€™ talent. Ignoring the bow, she chose instead to focus her powers on lightning. Brandishing the potent javelins passed onto her from previous generations, she quickly charred opponents to submission. Converted from an old PvM Javazon, I found this build to be a bit fragile as she sported less life and defense compared to my regular Bowazons. Of course her fully synergied Charged Strike laid waste to all unprotected opponents easily. Grom, Level 87 Wolfbarb He acquired the shamanistic arts when he found the long-forgotten Fury Visor. Wearing this animal pelt invigorated him with beastly instinct and powers, allowing him to run and attack at much faster speeds. It also granted him with much greater endurance and resistance. With high defense and life, he lived up to expectations of being a good tank. His lightning quick attack pummeled any caster that crossed his path. Any opponent that tried to escape found themselves quickly overtaken by the Feral-charged behemoth.