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Last updated on October 21st, 2018Divinity: Original Sin 2 is in full swing, and one of the major issues players are having with the game is. What Build do I use? What’s a good Build for a Warrior? Since the game is extremely difficult this has come much more into focus than one would expect.
Divinity Original Sin 2 Builds. In this Divinity Original Sin 2 Builds Guide, we have detailed some of the ways that you can use to build your character in the game and will cover all the classes. Summoners with some points in necro for physical damage spells. I have a ranger and a 2H weapon warrior and both of them do a fraction of a LV12 (skill rank not character level) summon's basic attacks. My ranger shoots for around 400, the warrior hits for around 470, while the summon consistantly h. Divinity: Original Sin 2 is one of the best RPGs I’ve ever played. It’s massive, complex, and beautiful, but its many layers are riddled with kinks and bugs. Fortunately, the game’s modding.
In this Build Guide were going to cover the absolutely devastating: Juggernaut. Let’s jump into this Build and see just how it works. Juggernaut – Warrior BuildThe Juggernaut is a Warrior Build that uses a mix of, and to flatten his/her enemies to a pulp or turn them to stone. Juggernauts focus on pure Strength, but deal a mix of physical and earth damage to their enemies. At first glance this seems like a bad idea, because splitting damage types generally reduces your overall DPS. However, this Build takes advantage of Geomancer Skills that reward players who deal physical damage and a Polymorph Skill that deals earth damage, but scales off of. The purpose of this Build is to deal punishing amounts of damage to the of various enemies, while at the same time keeping them Knocked Down or Petrified and out of the fight.
The reason why this Build is so good, is because it’s able to focus on the damage type that best fits the situation. Stats on my Level 15 Juggernaut. I am not using a Shield, simply because I have a really good Two-Hander at the moment, but usually my Armour would be much higher and damage much lower. Juggernaut Attributes and EquipmentJuggernauts are going to focus primarily in Strength, only putting some points into and as necessary. Strength will not only increase the damage of your Warfare Skills if you use a weapon that scales with Strength, but it will increase the damage of Polymorph Skills.
Because you’ll be a front lines type of Build, it is recommended you put a few more points into Constitution than your average character, but you want to use as little as possible. Wits will help give you needed Initiative to get into combat early as well as bump your Critical Chance.Juggernauts will be using Strength-based Armour that is skewed heavily towards physical protection, which is excellent for this Build. Juggernauts want to stack Physical Armour up as high as they possibly can because increases in damage in relation to your current Physical Armour. Reactive Armour does have very limited range, so it’s not the greatest skill for this Build, but it can deal wicked damage under the right circumstances. A really good case for a Shield in this Build is the synergy with Reactive Armour. You can deal some incredible damage with the right setup (and Shield).Juggernauts should utilize and for very good reasons.
Shield using Juggernauts will not only gain access to which does great AoE damage, but also, which increases your Armour even further as well as reflecting projectile attacks. Using a Shield will also increase the effectiveness of Reactive Armour, and won’t reduce the damage you deal with Petrifying Visage, since it simply scales with Strength and, not Weapon damage. You will also gain more Magic Armour, which you will be very low on otherwise. All said and done, you don’t have to use a Shield with this Build, but I will absolutely recommend it.
Juggernaut Abilities and TalentsOne of the hardest parts about making a Build in Divinity: Original Sin 2 is getting your distribution correct. It’s easy to get spread too thin, and often people make the mistake of not spreading points around enough. The bonuses you gain from Abilities in this game are somewhat different than the original, so it’s easy to see why people can get confused. Let’s take a look at what Abilities and you need for a Juggernaut.When playing as a Juggernaut there are almost no hard and fast rules on exactly how many points to put into Abilities, but you will for sure want many points into for the increase to physical damage and many points into Geomancer for the increase in Physical Armour, as well as increase in earth damage. Just exactly what balance you choose is up to you, but you will deal more physical damage than earth, so I suggest favoring Warfare in a 2:1 or 1.5:1 ratio. You’ll also need at least 2 points into, to be able to use and 3 if you wish to use the skill (which I highly recommend).
These 2 Skills really make this Build shine. Nothing like Petrifying everything around you, only to do it again next turn!As far as go I’d recommend the following:– A must have Talent for every melee character because it will proc 2 or 3 times in combat easily, nearly doubling your attacks. This one should be high on the list, if not first.– This requires 1 point into, but it will allow you to move 1 AP worth of Movement for free per turn, which is huge because positioning is key with this Build and you need all of your AP to attack with.– This is another no brainer Talent for any Build that utilizes Warfare. You can hold off on this one until you have 6+ points into Warfare though, since it won’t be overly useful right away.– Worth considering with this Build because of. It’s certainly not a must have, but can increase your DPS if you have a high Crit Chance.– This will increase the range of your Earthquake and your Petrifying Visage skills. However, they both have extremely long range as it is so I suggest trying it out and seeing if you really need it.
2m is not a lot, but it may allow you to hit all targets on the screen while not being positioned perfectly.– Since you will have so much Armour, it will be very hard for enemies to damage your Vitality directly. Consider taking this one if you took Savage Sortilege, as it will affect spells as well. Juggernaut SkillsNow that you’ve decided which Talents and Abilities you want, you’ll need to identify just which Skills work best with this kind of setup. Juggernauts will use a mix of Warfare and Geomancer and Polymorph Skills to deal damage and stay alive. Since Builds evolve over the course of the game, I’m going to put the Skills in order from earliest obtainable to latest, because you won’t be able to get them all right way.– Not a skill I would normally recommend, however, this Build focuses on disabling enemies and the Knockdown is useful once targets’ Armour has been stripped.
Save this for when you can get the Status Effect.– This skill has a nice synergy with this Build because of the AoE Knockdown with decent range. As with above, try to save this until you know you can get the Status Effect applied.– Deals more damage then just about any other Warfare Skill that doesn’t use Source, and hits multiple targets. This skill is one of the best ways to deal physical damage with this Build and is a big reason I recommend a Shield.– A great AoE for a melee type Build and since you’ll be right in the center of the action it’s a natural fit here.
Ironically you probably won’t use this AoE later in game, but it’s great early on when your skill selection is limited.– A great way to increase your Physical Armour and also reflects projectiles. Requires a Shield, however, is currently bugged and can be used without one (I don’t know for how long). Use this before using Reactive Armour if you can.– As of February 1st, 2018 this Skill now only costs 1 AP, making it viable for nearly every Warfare oriented Build.
Buffs Physical and Magic Armour in addition to increasing your damage by 15% for 1 turn.– A great way to buff your damage based on total characters around you (10% increase per character). This skill also buffs Earthquake and Petrifying Visage. Works fantastically with AoEs, which this Build is chalked full of.– Another great way to buff your Physical Armour while removing negative Status Effects.
Ideally you’d use this paired with Deflective Barrier and then follow up with Reactive Armour. Can be cast on a teammate as well if needed.– This skill can generate a crazy amount of Physical Armour for 1 AP.
However, there aren’t too many circumstances where you can pull that off. Keep on your bar just in case you find yourself covered in oil.– Since Knockdown is resisted by Physical Armour, it works here because you will be doing a ton of physical damage with this Build. Follow up a Whirlwind or Reactive Armour with this skill for best results.– This skill deals damage based on your Physical Armour in an AoE. If you use a Shield, stack up Fortify and Deflective Barrier before using this skill will outperform any other AoE you possess. Is also buffed by Thick of the Fight.– Since you’ll have a high amount of points into Geomancer this skill is a nice addition to this Build.
It’s one of the few Builds that can use it effectively.– One of the most powerful single-target attacks in the game. Get this one early and use it near the beginning of the game when your skill selection is limited, or when an AoE would be less effective than single-target damage.– This skill is here because there’s really no reason not to have it. Good for when you really need to prevent a fearsome enemy from dealing damage. I recommend slotting this skill on almost any melee character for this reason.– Grants the skill Petrifying Visage which deals earth damage in a massive AoE (only to hostile targets) and Petrifies them.
Scales with Strength, which is pefect. Use this against targets with weak Magic Armour to Petrify them.– For 2AP and 1 SP you can reset ALL of your cooldowns once per combat. So your enemies are just getting up from your Earthquake?
Just pop this skill and then level them again, or re-petrify them with Petrifying Visage Final TipsBecause you will have less Magic Armour than Physical by a good margin, it’s a good idea to have someone buff you with at the beginning of each fight. Or simply place one 1 point into and take it yourself. You can probably get 1 point from gear anyhow, so this shouldn’t take away damage from your Build.is another great skill that you can utilize in this Build, but you’ll probably get much more use out of it early on. It might be a good idea to get it when you reach Level 4 and then drop it when you get to higher levels where you have more access to Skills.
One great thing about it is that if you run through the web you cast, you will gain, which will grant an extra AP next turn. This is really good for preventing enemy Movement, and can’t be resisted. It doesn’t cost very much, so keep it in mind early on in the game.It isn’t recommended that you split between and Strength because then your physical damage would suffer greatly, which is the bulk of damage you will do. One of the reasons you can get away with a physical damage type and magical damage type in this Build is because the primary magic damage skill ( Petrifying Visage) scales with Strength, making the loss in damage to the skill much less than if it scaled with Intelligence (witness Earthquake).
The other reason is that Geomancer in particular increases your Physical Armour from Skills, and Reactive Armour (which is a Geomancer skill) deals physical damage.Lastly, I highly recommend you place 1 into your and 1 into your Shield, increasing your Physical Armour by good portion if you use Giant ones. This will push your Reactive Armour skill to even higher damage, making it just OP as hell. You can always remove later, so place whatever you’ve got in there and remove it and replace it later.Be sure to check out our other!
Good luck Sourcerers, Rivellon is counting on you! Love your builds, keep them coming!I’m now at 50% of Act1 with the following 4 characters team:– Warrior two hands– Mage: Geo + Pyro– Mage: Hydro + Aero– Ranger / SummonerFeel like my team is to spread between physical and magical damages. Hence after Act 1 I would to review it entrirely using some of your original builds and focusing on physical. What do you think of the following build?– Juggernaut two hands– Ranger / Summoner– Blood Mage– Blood KnightI love the summoning skills however I feel like it’s best used when it’s added to another class/skill. Would it better to add to the knight or stay with the ranger? I’m under the impression that my ranger classe was my main damage dealer and would be even better without the summoning.
An overview of all available classes in Divinity: Original Sin 2.In Divinity: Original Sin 2, there are a variety of classes the player is allowed to choose from. When creating a character in Divinity: Original Sin 2, many of the available classes can be altered both cosmetically and in regard to their Attributes and Abilities.Choosing a particular class in Divinity: Original Sin 2 will affect the player’s starting gear and items. Additionally, it will also affect your gameplay, as your background comes with varying consequences.In order to pick the best path for you, we put together an overview on all available classes in Divinity: Original Sin 2. Battlemage Below, you'll find a stat overview of the Battlemage class in Divinity: Original Sin 2.In Divinity: Original Sin 2, the Battlemage class encompasses a warrior capable of amplifying brute strength with magic. They come with a variety of unique Skills, Attributes, and Abilities as seen below.Attributes. Strength +1. Intelligence +1.
Constitution +1Abilities. Aerotheurge +1.
Warfare +1. Persuasion +1Starting Skills. Blinding Radiance. Shocking Touch. Battering RamTalents. Comeback KidCleric Below, you'll find a stat overview of the Cleric class in Divinity: Original Sin 2.In Divinity: Original Sin 2, the Cleric class is one who can both heal allies and crush enemy skulls. They come with a variety of unique Skills, Attributes, and Abilities as seen below.Attributes.
Strength +1. Intelligence +1. Constitution +1Abilities.
Hydrosophist +1. Necromancer +1. Bartering +1Starting Skills.
Decaying Touch. Restoration. Blood SuckerTalents. HotheadConjurer Below, you'll find a stat overview of the Conjurer class in Divinity: Original Sin 2.In Divinity: Original Sin 2, the Conjurer class is able to call up personal demons and elemental totems to help in battle. They come with a variety of unique Skills, Attributes, and Abilities as seen below.Attributes.
Intelligence +1. Constitution +2Abilities. Summoning +1. Loremaster +1. Leadership +1S tarting Skills. Conjure Incarnate.
Dimensional Bolt. Elemental TotemTalents. Pet PalEnchanter Below, you'll find a stat overview of the Enchanter class in Divinity: Original Sin 2.In Divinity: Original Sin 2, the Enchanter class is comprised of casters who prefer long-distance combat through the use of magic. They come with a variety of unique Skills, Attributes, and Abilities as seen below.Attributes.
Intelligence +2. Constitution +1Abilities. Hydrosophist +1. Aerotheurge +1. Loremaster +1Starting Skills.
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Electric Discharge. Hail Strike. RainTalents. Far Out ManFighter Below, you'll find a stat overview of the Fighter class in Divinity: Original Sin 2.In Divinity: Original Sin 2, the Fighter class is comprised of brutal warriors who excel in close combat. They come with a variety of unique Skills, Attributes, and Abilities as seen below.Attributes.
Strength +1. Constitution +2Abilities. Warfare +1.
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Geomancer Skills +1. Bartering +1Starting Skills. Battle Stomp. Bouncing Shield.
FortifyTalents. OpportunistInquisitor Below, you'll find a stat overview of the Inquisitor class in Divinity: Original Sin 2.In Divinity: Original Sin 2, the Inquisitor class is comprised of daring wand-wielders who enter combat head-on. They come with a variety of unique Skills, Attributes, and Abilities as seen below.Attributes.
Strength +1. Intelligence +1.
Constitution +1Abilities. Warfare +1.
Necromancer +1. Telekinesis +1Starting Skills. Blood Sucker.
Battering Ram. Mosquito SwarmTalents. ExecutionerKnight Below, you'll find a stat overview of the Knight class in Divinity: Original Sin 2.In Divinity: Original Sin 2, the Knight class specializes in war tactics making them capable of fighting, and rallying the troops. They come with a variety of unique Skills, Attributes, and Abilities as seen below.Attributes.
Strength +2. Constitution +1Abilities. Warfare +1.
Two-Handed +1. Bartering +1Starting Skills. Battering Ram.
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Crippling Blow. Battle StompTalents. OpportunistMetamorph Below, you'll find a stat overview of the Metamorph class in Divinity: Original Sin 2.In Divinity: Original Sin 2, the Metamorph class is able to adapt to dangerous situations through transformational tricks of nature. They come with a variety of unique Skills, Attributes, and Abilities as seen below.Attributes. Strength +2. Finesse +2Abilities.
Two-Handed +1. Polymorph +1. Persuasion +1Starting Skills. Tentacle Lash. Chicken Claw.
Bull HornsTalents. OpportunistRanger Below, you'll find a stat overview of the Ranger class in Divinity: Original Sin 2.In Divinity: Original Sin 2, the Ranger class is comprised of marksmen with a legendary knack for self-preservation. They come with a variety of unique Skills, Attributes, and Abilities as seen below.Attributes. Finesse +2. Wits +1Abilities.
Huntsman +1. Pyrokinetic +1. Lucky Charm +1Starting Skills. Ricochet. Peace of Mind.
Elemental ArrowheadsTalents. Arrow RecoveryRogue Below, you'll find a stat overview of the Rogue class in Divinity: Original Sin 2.In Divinity: Original Sin 2, the Rogue class possesses many strong features and sees the world as an open coffer. They come with a variety of unique Skills, Attributes, and Abilities as seen below.Attributes. Finesse +2. Constitution +1Abilities. Scoundrel +1. Sneaking +1.
Dual Wielding +1Starting Skills. Throwing Knife. Backlash. AdrenalineTalents. The PawnShadowblade Below, you'll fnd a stat overview of the Shadowblade class in Divinity: Original Sin 2.In Divinity: Original Sin 2, the Shadowblade class is comprised of strong assassins equipped with both daggers and magic. They come with a variety of unique Skills, Attributes, and Abilities as seen below.Attributes. Finesse +2.
Wits +2Abilities. Scoundrel +1.
Polymorph +1. Thievery +1Starting Skills. Chameleon Cloak. Backlash. Chicken ClawTalents. GuerillaWayfarer Below, you'll find a stat overview of the Wayfarer class in Divinity: Original Sin 2.In Divinity: Original Sin 2, the Wayfarer class is comprised of survivalists and practitioners of magic.
They come with a variety of unique Skills, Attributes, and Abilities as seen below.Attributes. Finesse +2. Intelligence +1Abilities. Huntsman +1. Geomancer +1. Bartering +1Starting Skills.
Pin Down. Fossil Strike. Elemental ArrowheadsTalents. Pet PalWitch Below, you'll find a stat overview of the Witch class in Divinity: Original Sin 2.In Divinity: Original Sin 2, the Witch class possesses a terrifying presence and boasts intimidating powers. They come with a variety of unique Skills, Attributes, and Abilities as seen below.Attributes.
Finesse +1. Intelligence +1. Constitution +1Abilities. Scoundrel +1. Necromancer +1. Persuasion +1Starting Skills.
Raise Bloated Corpse. Chloroform.
Mosquito SwarmT alents. LeechWizard Below, you'll find a stat overview of the Wizard class in Divinity: Original Sin 2.In Divinity: Original Sin 2, the Wizard class is comprised of scholars of magic who specialize in long-range combat.
They come with a variety of unique Skills, Attributes, and Abilities as seen below.Attributes. Intelligence +2. Constitution +1Abilities. Pyrokinetic +1. Geomancer +1.
Loremaster +1Starting Skills. Searing Daggers. Fossil Strike. IgnitionTalents. Far Out ManThere you have it, a look at all available classes in Divinity: Original Sin 2. Which class have you chosen to play with and would you recommend them to other Divinity players? Let us know down in the comments below!
Confused about skills? Check out our guide on.By reading through this overview, you should now be familiar with all of the available classes in Divinity: Original Sin 2.