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Curious to a LLD Charger

Discussion in 'PvP' started by ZachLap, Jul 1, 2009. | Replies: 2 | Views: 580

  1. ZachLap

    ZachLap IncGamers Member

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    Curious to a LLD Charger

    Is there a guide to a LLD charger ? or would it be a waste of time ? If someone has a thread to one that'd be great! But I dk if it'd be worth building or not? Looking for a good LLD to start... Thanks!
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    Re: Curious to a LLD Charger

    i'm sure there is a guide somewhere have you looked? no lld character is a waste of time if you enjoy it.

    first important question. what level do you want to play? some chargers can be pretty simple, easy to start characters, but as with all pvp, jewels and charms get expensive fast.

    if you're just starting lld i recomend starting with a 30 caster. pick a class and there's most likely one or two builds and most of them (30 casters) share similar gear so if you dont like it, it's easy to remake as a new class or build.

    good, solid starters (who also happen to be top tier at 30):
    hammerdin
    bonemancer
    fire sorc

    other 'easy to make and be successful with' characters
    blizz sorc
    light trapper

    gear is easy for generic 30 caster
    pcrown
    eye of etlich or telling of beads
    vipermagi
    spirit sword
    rhyme bone shield or something class appropriate
    mage fist or frosties or bloodfists
    2sojs
    string of ears
    sanders boots

    insight staff on switch for regenerating mana fast or a staff with charges of teleport.
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    Re: Curious to a LLD Charger

    alright, thanks a lot!

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