View Full Version : Dreadnaught Build Archeage, Help?

07-30-2015, 12:11 AM
Hello! This is the dreadnaught build I made and would like some feedback on the skills, if I should switch out skill trees and what classes this would be good against. Thank you!

07-30-2015, 08:19 PM
What type of armor and weapons?

07-31-2015, 04:59 AM
I would say cloth, shield, and cannot decide on a 1h

07-31-2015, 12:11 PM
Probably going to be Obsidian Katana since you have a good mix of magic and physical attack in there. If you're going more magical I'd say pick up Mana Stars and skip Rapid Strike. It's a pretty interesting build but I would decide on which type of dmg you'd like to focus on more. Physical or Magic.

07-31-2015, 12:56 PM
http://archeagedatabase.net/us/calc/330811 if you wanted more magic dmg and how I would go.

11-09-2015, 04:33 PM
Hi Sean, is this for PvE or PvP? PvE AOE or somethign else, pvp 1v1, 5v5, open world, zergs? There's alot of versatility in this class so it can be decent at most of the these.

I'd say obsid Katana is the way to go no matter how you play cause it's the most p-damage and m-damage for the buck. I've tried sceptor and think katana is way better. I like having tons of stamina in this build as it turns out this is "a good offense is having really good defense" kinda build.

I'd have a plate set and a cloth set if you can choose your fights. Plate + defense + retribution is a realy good counter to melee builds and p-damage mobs.

I just posted about my recent love of this class here:

Mine's more phys damage oriented with a swiss army knife of escapes, disables, and tricks. This build also has ALL three skill tree's have faster cool down's. Something that helps the lower damage output classes compete:

I do like how your defense is set up... just remember that bull rush now eats your mettle (but does more damage), so baostful roar ain't what it used to be. I take revitalizing cheer because it ALWAYS does at least some healing, when your pots are on Cd.

Your Shadowplay will work too, you have the core skills that can get you in and out of fights. You're skipping the passives in SP to put into occ which is good if you want more magic. Since I'm always built for PvP I really don't like cripling mire and wraith cause I'm an instacast kinda guy in those situations. Play with manaforce some time.... after your normal rotation (or when you arein trouble and wants someone out of your face) just POOF and they are like 20m away and you can get in alot of manastars before being ready to get into your other skills.

Kudos for thinking outside the box.