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IntroductionEdit

In PvE, the concept of speed clears for dungeons, elite areas and to farm faction has become extremely popular. The idea of a speed clear is simple: get the end reward in the minimum time possible to maximize the chance of a rare drop or amount of Faction gained in a given time inteval. Speed clear builds are usually quite area specific and generally focus on spiking with AoE or skipping foes. Some of the most popular speed clear builds include: Cryway/FoCway, where balled foes are spiked with armor-ignoring AoE damage; Manly Spike, which uses a combination of Hundred Blades and Whirlwind Attack to mass trigger Mark of Pain and Sinway, a build where every party member has Shadow Form.

ControversyEdit

A select group of players were initially driven to faster times by a series of competitive threads on GWGuru, where it was first shown that speed clears halved the time of conventional builds. In response to the change in Ursan Blessing, speed clears became mainstream and the average time to complete elite areas significantly dropped. As a result, speed clear builds were, and still are, the focus of skill changes in PvE. Examples of this include the previous changes in Cry of Pain and Ray of Judgment and the continuing changes to Shadow Form.

Elite AreasEdit

Speed clear builds are to get a team of 8 (or 12) through an elite area as fast as possible.

Fissure of WoeEdit

The UnderworldEdit

Urgoz's WarrenEdit

The DeepEdit

Domain of AnguishEdit

Estimated Time TakenEdit

Elite Area Experienced Guild Team Regular Guild Team Pick Up Groups
Fissure of Woe < 20 minutes < 30 minutes < 45 minutes
The Underworld < 30 minutes < 45 minutes < 60 minutes
Urgoz's Warren < 25 minutes < 45 minutes < 70 minutes
The Deep < 25 minutes < 35 minutes < 60 minutes
Domain of Anguish < 60 minutes < 90 minutes < 120 minutes

DungeonsEdit

Speed clears are generally done for dungeons with sought after drops. There are 5 of 18 dungeons this is commonly done in.

Catacombs of KathandraxEdit

Drop: Emerald Blade

Frostmaw's BurrowsEdit

Drop: Demoncrest Spear, Silverwing Recurve Bow

Bogroot GrowthsEdit

Drop: Frog Scepter

Shards of OrrEdit

Drop: Bone Dragon Staff

Fast Faction FarmingEdit

Luxon FactionEdit

Kurzick FactionEdit

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