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flipstre
02-19-2014, 11:00 PM
Hey guys I am lesser TRing my Cetus build to a monkcher, since I do not know how to play the Cetus build, I was thinking if it is still ok to be a monkcher without AA enhancements?
I got +5 tomes for str, dex, con, wis. +4 to int cha. I am going to TR it into monkcher again eventually.

Thanks guys. Also out of curiousity how hard is it to get to 80+ saves?

Culver.Civello
02-19-2014, 11:09 PM
I was thinking if it is still ok to be a monkcher without AA enhancements?

That just wouldn't make sense. At that rate, you may as well just go back to a Cetus build. Your ranged damage would be mostly dreadful. O.o You'd be missing out on a lot, for being a 'Monkcher' build.

DaSawks
02-28-2014, 09:39 AM
Totally doable. You will have to use the Fighter Feats to take Manyshot, Bow Strength etc that a Ranger would get for free. The benifits are you will have a stronger toon. One of my guildmates is building a Fighter/Monk/Palidin 18/2/2 archer Bladeforged. His final Strength numbers should be around 80. This will offset the loss of AA enhancemetns. "Most" people that run archers agree that "most" of the damage comes from Epic Destiny's so the enhancements are not a big loss.

count_spicoli
02-28-2014, 10:18 AM
No offense but is there a bigger easy button than this build. Centered monk with pinion and xtra crit range as well as sla repair. No reason anyone should not be this.

Nightmanis
03-01-2014, 08:35 PM
No offense but is there a bigger easy button than this build. Centered monk with pinion and xtra crit range as well as sla repair. No reason anyone should not be this.

Essentially this. Hell you'd be fine just going 11 Ranger 6 Monk 3 Paladin. Yeah sure you won't end up with 80 strength like the other build, but you'd make up for that with stuff from the AA tree.