Build:Revenant - Core Support (2024)

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Focused on: Support and Bunker

Designed for: PvP Conquest

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This build was last updated on May 20, 2024.

Contents

  • 1 Overview
  • 2 Skill Bar
    • 2.1 Skill Variants
  • 3 Template Code
  • 4 Specializations
  • 5 Equipment
  • 6 Usage
  • 7 Weapon Variant
  • 8 Counters
  • 9 Top Streamers

Overview

A Revenant PvP build that provides support and utility to their team, it can also sidenode as a bunker.

Skill Bar

Skill Variants

Weapons

  • Hammer over Scepter/Shield - a viable although more selfish alternative, it focuses more on combo finishers such as AA having the potential to clear a condition on every hit in a radius of 240 target when combined with a Light field. Also offers blast finishers and general projectile hate.
    • If you don't own the Secrets of the Obscure expansion then Hammer is your only choice.

Template Code

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Specializations

Equipment

Staff

Sigil

Sigil

Rune

Amulet

Relic

Note: Legend swap can trigger on weapon swap sigils, changing weapons is not required.

Usage

Important Mechanics

  1. Build:Revenant - Core Support (3)Song of the Mists provides sustain on legend swap, effects improves per target hit with Build:Revenant - Core Support (4) Weakness on Build:Revenant - Core Support (5)Legendary Dwarf Stance while Build:Revenant - Core Support (6)Legendary Centaur Stance heals a great amount.
  2. Build:Revenant - Core Support (7)Versed in Stone greatly improves survivability for the user and the team, therefor use Build:Revenant - Core Support (8)Rite of the Great Dwarf whenever you find an opportunity to add value to your health pool. It's passive is valuable as well when under great pressure.

Main Strategy

Jalis debuffs and adds value to health, Ventari offsets and heals from pressure. The support rotation is as simple as using Build:Revenant - Core Support (9)Rite of the Great Dwarf while legend swapping to combine with Build:Revenant - Core Support (10)Energy Expulsion and vice versa so that damage is reduced while CC's and debuffs are ignored. Great for team pushes while everything else depends on the situation at hand.

Build:Revenant - Core Support (11)Ancient Echo gives great flexibility to Ventari empowered effects while allowing for greater control to Jalis skills.


Build:Revenant - Core Support (12)Legendary Dwarf Stance

  1. Build:Revenant - Core Support (13)Soothing Stone is your most valuable sustain skill, it should only be used if Build:Revenant - Core Support (14)Legendary Centaur Stance is not available or health is really low. As a support, Ventari alone should normally be enough to already sustain.
  2. Build:Revenant - Core Support (15)Inspiring Reinforcement is to be used defensively for it's Build:Revenant - Core Support (16) Weakness along Build:Revenant - Core Support (17) Stability. It can also help focusing on massive healing from Build:Revenant - Core Support (18)Natural Harmony if Build:Revenant - Core Support (19)Energy Expulsion is not enough.
  3. Build:Revenant - Core Support (20)Forced Engagement distract/redirect/interrupt targets.
  4. Build:Revenant - Core Support (21)Vengeful Hammers is versatile but overall not needed unless ressing under cleave or trying to pressure enemies. Using it to offset pressure in a pinch to secure Build:Revenant - Core Support (22)Soothing Stone is worthwhile so long it doesn't take away the energy required to use it because going below the required energy will cancel the cast otherwise.
  5. Build:Revenant - Core Support (23)Rite of the Great Dwarf is the main skill, use it to mitigate massive damage on self or the team when paired with Barrier or Build:Revenant - Core Support (24) Weakness.


Build:Revenant - Core Support (25)Legendary Centaur Stance

Note: When swapping to this stance, 24px Tranquil will be available for the first skill. All Ventari skills have no cast time and can be used while it's user is CC'd.

  1. Build:Revenant - Core Support (26)Ventari's Will has no cooldown nor energy requirements, spawning the tablet is instant so having it up at all time is not required.
  2. Build:Revenant - Core Support (27)Protective Solace is incredibly strong against projectiles while also a light field, blasts can cleanse.
  3. Build:Revenant - Core Support (28)Natural Harmony is the best healing skill but has no benefits attached to it. If about to swap legends and there is less than 35% energy available, this is the best skill to use unless there is Build:Revenant - Core Support (29) Poison, waiting the extra second for Build:Revenant - Core Support (30)Purifying Essence can be a better choice in the long term if there's enough conditions.
  4. Build:Revenant - Core Support (31)Purifying Essence should be used with patience, waiting for proper condition pressure to mitigate, even if not empowered at it's maximum potential it reaches close to Build:Revenant - Core Support (32)Natural Harmony amounts of healing that would be otherwise debuffed.
  5. Build:Revenant - Core Support (33)Energy Expulsion is the main skill to use, for the Build:Revenant - Core Support (34) Stability when empowered and CC to interrupt players, Build:Revenant - Core Support (35) Resistance making it easier to navigate and support teammates for their damage. It acts as an overall skill with healing and cleansing which can be improve if using Build:Revenant - Core Support (36)Protective Solace at the last second. Since the tablet gets destroyed, it resets 24px Tranquil so it can be done repeatedly a few times.

Scepter/Shield

The main set for assisting in kills or supporting.

  1. Build:Revenant - Core Support (37)Serene Slash is useful in fight that you outnumber, still good while in Ventari to multitask with, in Jalis it might delay some important actions as you AA.
  2. Build:Revenant - Core Support (38)Blossoming Aura has Build:Revenant - Core Support (39) Weakness to which can reduce power damage and endurance regeneration, overtime it can definitely be a nuisance to enemies trying to survive, barrier can still apply if allies are nearby the target so using it on target is preferred.
  3. Build:Revenant - Core Support (40)Otherworldly Bond second skill on a teammate has no casts so it's possible to use other skills such as Build:Revenant - Core Support (41)Crystal Hibernation which can allow for very clever plays and when using on an enemy it can be an extremely debilitating amount of debuffs that can be followed by a pull to secure a potential down.
  4. Build:Revenant - Core Support (42)Envoy of Exuberance should be used before switching to Staff or as a backup when not in Ventari since Jalis has no healing support.
  5. Build:Revenant - Core Support (43)Crystal Hibernation is good way to relieve pressure and think with while providing more self healing when any attack is blocked because of the Relic, Build:Revenant - Core Support (44) Stability can be a nice addition to prevent interrupts from unblockables.

Staff

The second layer of weapon sustain.

  1. Build:Revenant - Core Support (45)Rapid Swipe combined with Build:Revenant - Core Support (46)Vengeful Hammers can be a decent cleaving setup and will heal at the final cleave in an AoE.
  2. Build:Revenant - Core Support (47)Mender's Rebuke can mitigate damage with Build:Revenant - Core Support (48) Weakness while healing, heal effectiveness is increased by 50% if hitting a foe.
  3. Build:Revenant - Core Support (49)Warding Rift is the second way to nullify predictable incoming bursts and should always be used as such for anything but Daredevil/Thieves as they have all the means to interrupt it and put the user in a very bad spot.
  4. Build:Revenant - Core Support (50)Renewing Wave is a great addition to remove condition pressure, it can be secured more easily with Build:Revenant - Core Support (51)Inspiring Reinforcement, sigils also put a great contribution at increasing the chances of removing important conditions.
  5. Build:Revenant - Core Support (52)Surge of the Mists is a great interrupt on resurrects or kitting tool to avoid damage, however it's pattern is predictable and should not be used carelessly. As it is a multi-cc, it can go through single stacks of Build:Revenant - Core Support (53) Stability with ease, making those that pulse only once per second, skills such as Build:Revenant - Core Support (54)Inspiring Reinforcement or Build:Revenant - Core Support (55)Lich Form.

Weapon Variant

Hammer over Scepter/Shield

Kept as the main weapon for it's utility and finishers.

  1. Build:Revenant - Core Support (56)Hammer Bolt has 100% chance to result in a projectile finisher, this results in a great synergy with Build:Revenant - Core Support (57)Protective Solace for cleanses, Build:Revenant - Core Support (58)Inspiring Reinforcement for Build:Revenant - Core Support (59) Vulnerability and Build:Revenant - Core Support (60)Field of the Mists for 24px Life stealing. Ventari skills have no cast time therefor the AA can be left on automatic while multitasking the tablet.
  2. Build:Revenant - Core Support (61)Coalescence of Ruin can deal damage but should not be a priority as a support/bunker.
  3. Build:Revenant - Core Support (62)Phase Smash can be used for denying bursts, kitting, baiting, blasting and reaching in near teamfights safely to benefit further from Build:Revenant - Core Support (63)Song of the Mists.
  4. Build:Revenant - Core Support (64)Field of the Mists is a great way to offset upkeep from Build:Revenant - Core Support (65)Protective Solace if low on energy, it can be used to Build:Revenant - Core Support (66) Blind foes too if blasted.
  5. Build:Revenant - Core Support (67)Drop the Hammer is a good area denial if enemies over extends in your space such as Build:Revenant - Core Support (68)Protective Solace to combo field in a blast.

Counters

Heavy boon removal.

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