So now a normal assassination (for example) does an increased 315% assassin damage and 675% critical damage (which I have 100% for at full health). I got some nice + poison damage (+180%) and a all damage as poison dagger which hits pretty good. (normal difficulty and the double damage and 1/3 health perk). Any particular reason for the fire bow? I am using swords with 1 stat prefers fire and another with poison. in the arena @ level 76. Everything to assassin, but my warrior and hunter benefit because of fire damage. Yeah, it's not really needed though, your numbers are really big regardless (I kill anything with a couple of normal arrows for example) - so even with less base damage, you'll get even more damage if you use abilities. Hot damn! I know it's probably a lot to ask but would you be able to provide screenshots like OP on your build? Fire for me as I have tried both and fire does 1000+ dmg over time while poison does 300+ dmg over time. Below level 70 you should use hunting skills, very easy to kill at distance without being too much anoyed. The only place it underperforms is in conquest battles - but even then you can use multi-shot to instantly take down 8 enemies at a time - you just need to refill your adrenaline bar from time to time by shooting normally or attacking a few times with a weapon (notice this build also gives a lot of adrenaline per crit, and you always crit). The site may not work properly if you don't, If you do not update your browser, we suggest you visit, Press J to jump to the feed. I'm on like 260% crit damage with 46% crit chance. No bonus for full health or anything. Looks like you're using new Reddit on an old browser. Pick it up only if you want to see really high numbers for fun. All games from Black Flag forward is still too recent to be remastered. Good work, but you definitely missed a very important category: crouch speed. After that you if you want to play nightmare you should : - put all points in assassin tree and use the master ability that gives a chance to apply 25% assassin damage on hit (when proc instant kill anything), - choose engravings and master abilities to have 100% chance to get half damage (you can also use the staff that Pythagore will give you), - choose resistances traits on items (priority order : elemental, distant, melee), resistances are much better than health or armor. If you see more then 4 enemies, and they are a bit weaker then the strongest ones (not a polemarch or a mercenary) then you can usually instantly kill 8 with a charged death arrow multi-shot. Pick a theme and go for it. Best AC Odyssey Build // Discussion I've been playing AC odyssey and it is the first AC game I've played, i'm level 30 and i am wondering what the best build is for carrying on in the story (I use a flame build) And in my opinion I like hybrid build. Killing a level 99 mercenary with a normal assassination: Nice work mate. I wonder, which abilities do you use the most? And always focus crit damage and crit chance until you reach 500% and respectively 70%, this is the way to make damage! Just coming back to Odyssey now since I finished the game pre DLC, I like this and want to emulate your build, How did you build out your Hunter/Warrior/Assassin trees? Best thing about the Pilgrim set is if you bow shot far enough away, you can go back to stealth before they know where you are, and with Archery Master +the per hit on the gloves, you regenerate adrenaline. Of course there’s always one top tier damage doing gear, weapons, perk or whatever but besides that your own unique way to make something. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. I reset my skills and abilities and went w/ a pure crit + crit damage build, % chance of assassin damage, and poison as the primary element. My normal arrows also become poisen arrows. Im lvl 60 i go with elemental build fire and poison build, In a game+ I was having a really hard time beating Titos (Sp?),,,,, I'd say the least "viable" one is a pure assassin build simply because it makes boss fights very lengthy on Hard/Nightmare. Even better if you invest in turning Damage to Health in the mastery tree. I always invest in health/damage for animal companions and level 99 Alpha's 1-shot pretty much anything. Completely personal preference. all weapon and armor has poison dmg 40% and fire dmg 60%. Took quite a while to get to this build, but feels very satisfying once you finally get that 100% crit chance! For me I wanted to be able to one shot assassinate pretty much anyone and still be able to do handle archery and straight up fighting just fine in a jack of all trades sort of way, so I focused a lot on crit and crit damage. The most important part of the build is getting this : and this, I used the legendary pirate set heavily invested in critical chance/damage:, These weapons and masteries:, And my non critical damage: Watch Dogs 1 remaster will be in WDL season pass. This is literally like the build I have already! You are right, apart from the +10% crit chance on the bow, you can pick up anything that you fancy (also, this bow is not even an assassin damage bow). However, it's not the most fun build. With this i also oneshot almost everyone with my arrows, even so no gear stats are for hunter. Any other builds that you recommend that you don't use? Thank you. It all depends on your play style and how you want to play. I'm just trying to tweak stuff now. No problem - the build doesn't require any shop items/engravings EDIT: the build does require one specific shop weapon engraving (the +10 crit chance -50% crit damage on one of the weapons). I've been playing AC odyssey and it is the first AC game I've played, i'm level 30 and i am wondering what the best build is for carrying on in the story (I use a flame build). With the perk that. I'm using a similar build that doesn't rely on the falx, 100% crit chance and 617.5% crit damage. I'm max level, I go for a crit build, i have 80% chance to crit at full health, 75 at low or 41% otherwise. I have it but tend to stick to Artemis and a few others. I worked my ass off to get my 100% crit build with the Pilgrim set. For news, discussion and more about Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed franchise.

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