View Full Version : Grief vs Ethereal BOTD Ba for a zealer?
Whats the best you think, pvm now that is im finding it hard wether or not trade my eth botd ba for a grief, worth it or should i stick with it ?
I like them both... I use them both... Just depends on what your other equipment looks like I guess... There really isn't a "best" set up... They are both incredible weapons, and each has its perks and faults...
I can only assume that you are talking non ladder, as ladder just reset and few of us legit players actually have all those runes and such... In this way of thought, look at it like this: Why not have both? If you can find someone that will trade you a Grief for an eBotDz, go for it... You can always get another eBotDz later on, and perhaps a better one than what you had before...
Go for the higher value in this case... eBotDz are cheap on non ladder, and Grief can never be made again, and no more will be around till the next reset, and who knows when that one will be... Summer 2030? lol This way, you can see if you like Grief, and if you don't, put it on a PvP smiter or something, and go back to eBotDz when you get another...
I would say that Grief has a lot more dmg.
eBoTDz has stats, LL, ML and basically looks way better.
Grief for superb dmg (zeal and smite) or eBoTDz for style and good dmg.
Ive had both on my Zealot and Grief Pb did quite a bit more dmg.
Have you considered using an eth death weapon?
For those two i'd say stick with the botd, i always prefered the extra range it provided and when you're dealing so much damage, a little more doesn't help that much.
eth death does not have any ias on in, so i'll be alot slower when you use zeal.. in pvm use whatever you want because both are alerady so overkilled... but leech is helpful in some situations...
If you have dracs, exile or other high leech items then definitely go with the grief as it's faster and has very constant damage. But if you're low on leech then definitely go with the ebotd as it will help you stay alive.
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