The energy cost of Dervish enchantments is reduced by 44%.
In PvE, gain +11 armor rating while enchanted.
EotNDervish. Scythe Mastery 16Radiant ScytheScythe AttackThis attack strikes for +1 damage for each point of Energy you currently have, maximum 32 damage. You gain 7 Energy if this attack hits.6NightfallDervish. Scythe Mastery 16Wearying StrikeScythe AttackYou remove 1 Dervish enchantment. If an enchantment was removed, you inflict a Deep Wound for 10 seconds. You suffer from Weakness for 10 seconds if an enchantment is not removed.6NightfallMonk. Protection Prayers Dismiss ConditionSpellRemove one Condition from target ally. If that ally is under the effects of an Enchantment, that ally is healed for 15..63..79 Health.5¾3 NightfallDervish. Mysticism 11Heart of FuryStanceFor 8 seconds, you attack 25% faster.4NightfallDervish. Earth Prayers 8Mystic RegenerationEnchantment SpellFor 13 seconds, you have +3 Health regeneration for each enchantment (maximum of 8) on you.6¼10NightfallDervish. Mysticism 11Avatar of LyssaElite FormFor 69 seconds, your Dervish enchantments recharge 50% faster and your attacks deal chaos damage. Whenever you lose a Dervish enchantment, steal 1 Energy from all nearby foes. This skill is disabled for 45 seconds.5220NightfallDervish. Mysticism 11Faithful InterventionEnchantment SpellIf damage drops your Health below 50%, Faithful Intervention ends. When Faithful Intervention ends, you are healed for 118 Health.3220PropheciesMonk. Smiting Prayers Balthazar's SpiritEnchantment SpellWhile you maintain this Enchantment, target ally gains adrenaline and Energy after taking damage. (The amount of adrenaline gained increases depending on your rank in Smiting Prayers.)-1102
--Shadowsin 04:43, 24 October 2007 (CEST)
Uhh Way of the lotus takes care of the energy on my assassin build o.o' so your rating can go higher now right?--Shadowsin 18:00, 24 October 2007 (CEST)
- Umm... no. huge energy cost for the shadow form maintain alone, and its even worse after the DParadox nerf. The Derv thing is an okay idea, but it needs fine-tuning. ~ ʑʌɱʌɳəəɺɨɳɳ(contribs) 00:53, 25 October 2007 (CEST)
- You should specify why it may be unfair. — Rapta (talk|contribs) 00:12, 6 March 2008 (EST)
- Ok, I will refer and Quote, what this person has stated. Quote : "slow compared to a trapping PuG. better against obby spikers and degens than trappers are, but otherwise meh." , this build is not suppose to challenge the trapper group, but instead provide a hero'able solution that is high in speed and effectiveness. Experienced 00:33, 6 March 2008 (EST)
Thought I'd Just point out about you saying they are mesmer nukers...they have to be. If they aren't the rangers have the ability to escape and less overall damage is done. I've tried this with ele nukers, and it just doesn't work as well.--The Gates Assassin 20:40, 23 March 2008 (EDT)
Don't vote on archived builds, they're archived for a reason. --71.229 18:28, 27 June 2008 (EDT)
- bleh, sorry. was looking at my ratings page and realized it was a stupid vote. that build doesnt even belong in archived section anyways -- archive is for nerfed meta, not old garbage. ~ Zamanee(point out my idiocy) 19:02, 27 June 2008 (EDT)
- It got pulled over from Guildwiki with the old builds when PvX split off, which is why it's archived. And generally, any build with a Good rating or above that gets nerfed or falls out of favor gets archived. --71.229 19:07, 27 June 2008 (EDT)
- You mean, other than AoD being a bad avatar for TA? ~ Zamanee(point out my idiocy) 21:40, 31 July 2008 (EDT)
It seems from RC that you are still alive
- Yours was the first post in it for almost half a year XD ~ Zamanee(point out my idiocy) 01:21, 19 December 2008 (EST)
Seems you came back while I was inactive, but you're not new here. Can I ask a question? Sure I can. Why are you editing archived builds? You should know better. I'm choosing to warn you here as well in RC. Do not edit archived builds.
- The build was never run that way, at least in my recollection. Isn't the point of having an archived build section to accurately represent the way in which a build used to be run? And if there are inaccuracies, shouldn't they be corrected? Please tell me if (and how) I'm wrong about this, but I still think that my edit was entirely justified. ~ Zamanee(point out my idiocy) 17:22, 13 July 2009 (UTC)