Re: What build is this? :)
I'm...not sure what your question is, actually.
If you've found a build that works for you, then that's all there is to it. Period. There's no need to attach an "accepted" label to it.
Yeah, don't listen to the "you must trait this way" bull floating around. Build information can help for the truly clueless, but I'm also of the belief that anyone relying too much on that sort of thing won't be able to get a good feel for their class intricacies.
Originally Posted by Bigtuna00
This general 5/2 setup has been mentioned elsewhere that I remember as being very viable. Unless you're serious about min-max, our traits are fluid enough to be forgiving in a variety of configurations so long as you keep in mind your primary group role (don't go in with all LtC if you're main-healing ). There is, of course, the argument that LtC/LoM, depending on your point of view, needs drastic upgrading; but at this point, I don't believe it's anything to worry about in terms of "accepted" "cookie cutter" trait builds.
But for solo work I've been running 5 HoH with the 2 pet buffs (Loyalty and...Precise Ally?) and the archer.
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