This build has been archived as of 12:34, 7 July 2008 (EDT), for the following reason:
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The Splinter Bonder uses the popular channeling ritualist skills, together with monk bonds for a powerfull offensive as well as defensive build.
Attributes and Skills Edit
<pvxbig> [build prof=monk/rit divine=10+1+1 prot=8+1 smiting=8+1 channel=10][Blessed Light][Splinter Weapon][Ancestors Rage][Warmongers Weapon][Blessed Signet][Strength of Honor][Life Bond][Balthazars Spirit][/build] </pvxbig>
- Shield set: Weapon with +30 Health and +5 energy, Shield with +30 Health (and varying defense mod)
- Normal Set: Weapon with +30 Health and +5 energy, Offhand with +30 Health and +5 Armor while enchanted.
- High Energy set: wand/offhand both +15/-1 energy.
- Blessed Light as your heal, condition/hex removal.
- Splinter Weapon at a melee-target(for example, a dervish) and Warmongers Weapon at a fast-attacking melee-target(for example, a assassin with flurry).
- Ancestor's Rage as spike support.
- Bond your backline up with Life Bond and your melee with Strength Of Honor.
- Use Balthazar's Spirit at yourself to regain energy back when Life Bond is triggered.
- Your elite is very variable. Other examples are SoD as blocking skill, Offering of Spirit if you can't manage your energy, SoJ for a knockdown spiking skill, Signet of Removal for a cheap hex/condition removal, Spellbreaker to protect to ghostly hero on the altar, Divert for a good hex removal, SoR so you have a selfheal in splits at capture points, ect.
- If you face something without physical attackers, don't use Life Bond.
- Strength of Honor is used for Assassin frontliners or dervish frontliners. If using warriors, it's not worth the energy.