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|Created:||November 5, 2018 at 1:17 am|
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The goal of this build was to create the most damage mitigation possible and also give the healers an easy go at healing the tank.
I would max out Strength first. Get it to level 15 ASAP for the carry weight, damage, and Barbarian. Never max out Gladiator (I hope they change this) It will provide you with much more utility that way. Martial Artist will synergize beautifully with Gladiator and Suppressor (Charisma) later on. I feel like Blocker and Incisor fill the last remaining points quite nicely, giving you more damage potential while taking less.
The next stop on the SPECIAL tour is going to be Agility. Evasive is another core card that is going to make our healer’s job a lot easier. Another perk that makes it easy to pump as many points into Agility as we can. Not only will we be picking up extra damage resistance but with the Adrenaline card, you’re going to see far more damage output, especially with that Strength we just maxed out. Since we have all that agility and no real reason to use VATS, we have Dodgy. Lets do some math, we have 235 AP that generates much faster with Action Boy and we can use 30 of that to reduce damage by 30%. That’s 7 opportunities to reduce your damage by 30% if you’re not including Action Boy.
You’ll be around lvl 31 at this point, our next short stop will be Luck to pick up Starched Genes, this will ensure that we hold onto any beneficial mutations we stumble across. After that we’ll begin pumping points into Charisma until we hit 7, then we’ll have enough for Bodyguards and Suppressor. Suppressor is effectively going to reduce the damage you take by 30% since one handed weapons + Martial Artist will be attacking so quickly, this will probably get nerfed though.
Then the final points will be spent on Endurance. I chose Endurance last because Life Giver isn’t unlocked until level 50. Ironclad is an excellent damage mitigation perk, but its very expensive compared to the other damage resistance perks, which is another reason Endurance comes last. Adamantium Skeleton seems a no-brainer for a tank build, you can’t really tank if your arms are broken right? Fireproof is another excellent go-to in this SPECIAL. Be sure to pick it up.
November 5, 2018 at 1:17 am