Each group has about a half dozen mounted players using mount attacks ahead of the commander at all times, wiping out most of the monsters before the rest of the group gets there. Some really good builds on there that can help with any aspect of the game.
Most Revenant players I know that play more than 1 build on their Rev experience this frequently, so much as several times a day. More AoE with Sand Shades. Plain and simply. he used to say to me all the time. Using Jalis' whirling hammers for AoE damage and Shiro's speed to stay with the zerg, probably best used with a hammer for ranged AoE tagging.
Last updated July 2020. You can solo metas with his builds TBH. Revenant can't be decent as well but off the top of the head I'm not sure which build but it uses the dwarf and a healing build. It's mediocre at best. Pve, pvp, wvw ? I think I made a big manly bald headed Warrior as my first character, with pecs like concrete slabs and arms like tree trunks and gods was I bad at the game. Shortbow will ALWAYS be your second weapon set. That and remembering the labyrinth's rule: if it moves it must die. Its great when it works but on bosses where you cant do this epibounce trick the entire necro class struggles greatly the condi build without epi is ok but there is MUCH better options when it comes to condi dps. And when you factor it is also has to compete with power builds like weaver it can be clear why you dont see necros on many bosses. From experience, the best build is staff tempest. Anything with massive AOE dmg capabilities makes higher loot chances. Plain and simply. Probably the best all-rounder would be the Viper condi build, which is regarded as the meta for end game content. ditto. Got no pistols and want to pew pew things? The only caveat is that you need to make sure you always have a clear shot at your target as other enemies can intercept you bullets. But he was always supportive of my hobbies, and saw gaming as much more than what most of the rest of my family and friends tended to see it as.