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Only a handful of these sets are worth a f***, the rest are trash. Not everyone wants to waste their time farming dungeons, get rid of the trash sets and replace them with sets that are useful.
Lazy cry baby
just wrong plain and simple
The people that have put real time into a MMO win. Crafted sets are for noobs and casual players. If you want to do end game content dungeon and trial gear is what you need. Spend time getting it or save your gold and crowns and pay for a carry like a sadsorrygammer. If you want a easy game play goat simulator. Give me back the game I payed for.
Yeah, I've put in real time, playing since 2015 and the one notable conclusion I can make over all these years is that asshats like yourself are usually full of*****, which is just being proven once again. Done vAA, vDoM, and am about to complete Fang Lair Challenger with my group. You probably won't make it too far with only crafted sets, but you can do most normal dungeons with it, and since you're doing dungeons in the first place you probably will get your hands on monster sets eventually anyway. If you combine those with crafted sets, you can get your numbers unexpectedly high. It's not going to be a 50k DPS build, but I've tested it and got at least to 30k while still having self-heals and a completely sub optimal race. Go be a salty ***** somewhere else.
looks like a lot of people pay for carries here I love the sadsorrygammer line hilarious
Some had pee in his oatmeal
Totally untrue. Some of the crafted sets are capable of putting out more than enough Dps to finish any content in the game.
I'm confused on how farming the content materials you need to make the sets isnt putting real time into the mmo and winning? As you call it. Hence forth look at the like/dislike pole you obviously dont know what your talking about sir.
Every single down vote is just one more sadsorrygammer to lazy to farm the sets they need for endgame. If you put you time in you will win. Stop feeding the noobs they can do it themselves.
Throwing this out there... you pick enchants, skill, and bonuses.... and it takes months of grinding before you can be able to just change gear on a whim... you are just upset because you prolly got carried through everything and as soon as a new expansion comes out your crap is going to be out dated and once again they are on top to be able to get bis equipment 1st again
Have u ever heard of pvp?
"If you don't have the absolute best then it's crap" kind of elitist mentality at its finest. That kind of jerks is the cancer of online gaming. I'll phrase it plainly so that even that kind of simpleton like that guy can understand : if you need to utmost best to win, then you're really lame at this and should play goat simulator.
so if you want to do end game content you need the gear that end game content drops...idiot
BWHAHAHAH this page is filled with PvE idiots ...
What really is sad is that this game is not about actual skills, but about farming for skill points, end game sets, reading patch notes (cause hey - don't forget ZOS changes the rules every couple months..)- etc. You should be able to beat anyone even if you've only just started as long as you can skillfully use keyboard and mouse. The reason games like chess are still better than ESO is because the rules have stayed the same since their inception and the results depend purely on players' skills.
Coldharbour's Favorite is listed as 5 traits instead of the 8 required in game. This number is correct on the set page
Does the weapon have to be equipped to count? I dual and use a bow, they make up a set of 5. If I switch to my bow do I lose my 5 piece bonus?( 3 armour and my bow or 3 armour and dual ?
2h weaps (bows, staves, 2 handed melee) all count as 2 in the set bonus. Your bow would count for 2
you can also proc or enable a set like the master bow then going back to your main set on dual wield
Needs an update as of the mid-October 2019 patch
ancient dragonguard set is 6 trait
You guys really need to double check all your info. Already have the new sets listed but can even keep the old info up to date.
Dont be a ***** dude! they literally do it for free!
ACTUALLY you are wrong, they had greymoor patch undated before it even CAME out so they were ahead but you thought that is was old info when it was info that was ready for the new patch
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Clever Alchemist 5 piece bonus needs to reflect that the proc will come when drinking a potion during combat.
Y'all trippin. I just started a new char and was beating cp's at lvl 17. It's all about how you time your abilities into combos I can hit 4 or 5 attacks at once if times correctly. And I use alot of this gear for my characters. A lot of these sets compliment other dungeon sets and class abilities well.
Thats because when you start the game your character is buffed to CP level. As you level up towards 50 (the max lvl) you'll notice that all your stats get lower and lower. By the time you're CP 1 you MUCH weaker than you where at LV 17. You have to make up the difference with level specific gear sets, skills, passives, and glyphs. I've been playing the game since launch (2014) and I've seen the game change alot and for the first two years the game was broken into zones, and each zone got progressively harder (and players where stuck in their own factions zones until they got to the point where they could start [Caldwell Gold] quest). These days the ENITRE MAP is unlocked right from the go, and every zone has enemies that are the same level. So naturally they had to level the playing field by making new players as strong as existing players long enough for them to make it to CP and beat the zones. Because of this, and new player is roughly as strong as a geared out Champion player. It's only once players get into that 500+ CP range, when they have better CP160 gear (usually Purple or Yellow) w/ Nirn traits, a developed Champion System, and access to trait/dungeon/9 trait crafted gear that you see Champion players really exceed greatly the buffed new players. But I don't have to tell you this - I'm sure as you began leveling up you noticed the game got tougher and tougher? That want enemies getting tougher...but you getting weaker. Every noob starts the game jumps in PVP and thinks they are gods. But its only the Buff, and by the time you're in the big leagues with the Champions later on, you feel the uphill battle.
Its not all about how you time. If you havent good crafted gear at level 17, which is true for most people who dont alreay have a full leveled crafter char, then you can time your abilities as you wish, your abilities might decrease the level of your opponnent with fully upgraded gear only about 10%. That would make 50% at its best and after your 5 attacks you will get just rammend into ground or the other guy will heal up to 100% and you can try again to get him down to 50% or just give up...

You might either had good gear yourself or the CP guy just did wear rubbish (especially between CP 1 and 160 you get really weak because your gear gets completelly useless after a short while).
Gotta love the "if it ain't the best possible then it's worthless" mentality in many comments. If y'all need the absolute best to be good, then you're not good. Not even remotely.