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What is the easier build to play to perform the benchmark?

Hesha.8162Hesha.8162 Member
edited June 27, 2018 in Professions

I have some difficulty to do the benchmark score, so i search the easier meta build to play to perform the benchmark score.
I want to play in raid and fractals T4.
They are a some alternativ rotation, more easy, and efficiency?


  • sokeenoppa.5384sokeenoppa.5384 Member ✭✭✭✭

    Staff daredevil. Its not meta tho, but it is easiest. Ur rotation has only 5 skills and one of em is Dodge.

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  • Thx, but I need a meta build to play in raid...

  • steki.1478steki.1478 Member ✭✭✭✭

    DH, banner warrior, soulbeast, sword holo, mirage, renegade.

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  • I've found the firebrand to be pretty simple. There aren't a lot of simultaneous button presses, so once you have the sequence of skills down it is a piece of cake.

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  • ButcherofMalakir.4067ButcherofMalakir.4067 Member ✭✭✭✭

    Generaly i am bad at rotations (can get to like 80-85% most). Since i play mostly chrono I wanted dps class that i can play once in a month and still perform well so I picked double shortbow soulbeast.

  • Jason.5296Jason.5296 Member ✭✭

    My pick would be DH. It uses a very easy rotation with just a few skill and trait swaps depending on the situation. And even with the skill/trait swaps it follows the same basic patterns. It’s meta as well for end game content and melts open world. I can’t comment on pvp/wvw for it though.

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