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SavvyGabby
12-11-2010, 06:49 PM
Need a suggestion. I just bought the 32pt build so, I was wondering what would be good to go with with rogue splashed into it?? Like I want something that fights good solo, can heal its self and unlock traps,locks, doors. I was thinking now since I got 32pt paladin/rogue or cleric/rogue but I don't know which way to go. Any suggestions? I also have been thinking about making a 32pt sorcerer but not sure. Or Fighter/rogue/monk instead of ranger cause I have already been playing a 28pt build ranger/fighter/rogue and wanna try something different with the 32pts. I have monk, I don't have drow yet, I just bought the 32pts cause it was 20% off on it. Is there such thing as a Fighter trapmonkey?

SavvyGabby
12-11-2010, 07:56 PM
Something like 14 fighter/4 rogue/2 monk is what I want is it possible?? Or is it too squishy?
Or would 14 fighter/5 rogue/1monk be better idk lol what to do any ideas or links to solid build in this particular thing I am looking for to mess with soloing?? I don't have tomes yet either

Parody
12-11-2010, 08:04 PM
Not really a 32 pt special, but a warforged rogue 2/wiz 18 is always decent. Main thing being Int is your focus = more skills = keep rogue skills maxed + insightful reflex/evasion + self healing via repair = very survivable and useful in a group for being a trap monkey.

Otherwise, I'd try a Ftr 12/Barb 6/Rogue 2, aka Blitz: http://forums.ddo.com/showthread.php?t=264744

Or, try out a Tukaw build: http://forums.ddo.com/showthread.php?t=181901

In terms of skills to do traps though, you really just need 12 or 14 INT and the first rogue lvl to do them.

SavvyGabby
12-11-2010, 08:09 PM
Ooo I tried the blitz on a 28pt build before I had the 32pts unlocked last night and I loved it lol I am thinking bout a blitz that can do trapmonkey abilities.
The reason is because while on my 28pt blitz I came to a level 3 quest in market that required me to find missing people and disable spike and lightning traps and i couldn't complete it because I couldn't find the hidden doors with search. This is why I was asking for something like blitz with the rogue trapmonkey ability tied into it. I am thinking about making a blitz but changing out the rogue abilities with the trapmonkey abilities.

Parody
12-11-2010, 08:27 PM
Just need to crank it out really...

Let's assume rogue lvl taken at 1, 4 ranks in search/disable/UMD.

19 ranks to go of each or 57 skill points needed in 19 lvls.

59
-10 (assuming 14 int starting, taken at least lvl 7+ for the 2nd rogue lvl)
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49 (note everything is now doubled as cross class)
*2
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98
-36 Barb 6 (6 skills/lvl)
-48 ftr 12 (4 skills/lvl)
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14 skill points needed.
+2 int tome used at lvl 7 for 16 int total
-14 skill points from lvl 7 to 20.
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0

So you'll need 14 int starting on a non-human, or 12 int on a human to keep trap monkey skills + UMD maxed. You can drop or lower either search or disable for less INT needed.

SavvyGabby
12-11-2010, 09:48 PM
I see, thank you :D

TEcarson
12-11-2010, 09:57 PM
but it's Rogue...not Rouge.

I accidently typed rouge once in General chat, so I did the "double" of a mis-tell and incorrect spelling.

Boy did I catch some flak! :D

awang20
12-11-2010, 10:03 PM
Seeing as you already have monk... try the Exploiter http://forums.ddo.com/showthread.php?t=168687
It's got everything you asked for plus some decent AC.

Grailhawk
12-11-2010, 10:14 PM
I second the exploiter its exactly what you are asking for.

SavvyGabby
12-11-2010, 10:30 PM
but it's Rogue...not Rouge.

I accidently typed rouge once in General chat, so I did the "double" of a mis-tell and incorrect spelling.

Boy did I catch some flak! :D

LOL omg I saw a post where someone did that and they were teasing him about that lmao I can't believe I made the same mistake I gotta go fix it xD NO I am not looking for make up xD

protokon
12-11-2010, 10:39 PM
The exploiter build is an excellent suggestion. It was the first gear-intensive build that I played (and my first real melee toon). the experience I gained about balancing item slots, the functionality of splashing rogue/ monk levels, not to mention the (non-epic) durability of this build. I would highly recommend this one as a learning build.