Posted by Leynard Ondar at Wednesday, November 14, 2012
If you are an avid reader of this blog, then you already know that I'm more of an Engineer class than an Alchemist class. Well, my perspective have changed when I have tried to use an Adept as my newest character in the game.
Without a doubt, Adept are really solid in PVP plays. They are on top of the chart when it comes to one-on-one matches or even, team matches with other players as they can dish out major damage over time. When compared to Saleana, I think that Adept has a slight advantage in dealing damage per seconds as their skills are way more faster in terms of cooldown. And, if an Adept is in the hands of a skillful player, then probably it will wreck havoc in the Arenas. Aside from being great in terms of PVP, Adept can also be a valuable asset in dungeon/nest raids. They are probably a good replacement for damager-type heroes such as Saleana as they are a class which is great in dealing damage to monsters.
The only downside of being an Adept is that, you are very squishy. Which only means that when you get hit by a powerful attack, expect that it will inflict huge damage to your character. However, don't be so bothered by this fact as you can equip your character with powerful gears and heraldries to lessen the damage you take from enemies. So, taking all these things in consideration, I have created a skill build for the Adept class in Dragon Nest SEA which can inflict the highest damage per seconds on the enemy. In short, this build focuses on getting the DPS skills of Adept and disregarding most of its supportive skills. So, let's cut to the chase and on to my Best Adept Skill Build in Dragon Nest SEA.
I will show you my current skill build for Adept at level 50 Cap. Here it is:
|Academic Skill Tree|
|Alchemist Skill Tree|
|Adept Skill Tree|
Important Notes: At close range and with multiple targets close together, I usually aim this skill to the opponent at the center as there will be additional bubbles that will burst out near the affected target and immobilize those who are close at him.
Autodispenser- A free skill for all Academic which will grant you a
Alchemist Skill Tree
Additional Detals: It can launch your target in the air when this skill hits them and most of all, a burn status will be applied to them.
High % boost in agility and intelligence= more critical and magic power respectively.
High % boost in cooldown reduction= you can combo more often.
Important Notes: I just want to remind you that this skill consumes Alchemic Bubbles. You might want to check the description of the skill to know more about this.
Ice Palm- Not much of a good skill as the ice hand has a slow movement speed. I personally leave this skill to 1.
How to use: Usually, I use this skill when I have slowed an enemy with my Icing Mass or, right after they have slipped into my wax. If an enemy is hit by this hand, it will slow them and also, it has a chance to stun them.
When you have 10 bubbles, you will gain 10% increase in intelligence and you will gain 15% magical and physical damage reduction. If you think that's significant then do get this skill but if not, skip it.
Additional Details: You can gain a maximum amount of 10 Alchemic Bubbles.
Physician but not for Adept, especially in my build. The heal percentage is pretty low and I rather level those skills needed for my DPS build than to get supportive skills for a hybrid version.
Icicle Expression for close range combats and Poison Pool for range combats. Well, they might have a point on this but, in my opinion, I think it's more better to have just one ultimate skill as an Adept and that is Icicle Expression.
I say this because, one is that the two ultimate shares the same cooldown which only means that you can only use one at a time and the other reason is that instead of spending SP on the other ultimate, I rather put the SP on the damager skills of an Alchemist. Remember that this guide focuses on DPS and getting Poison Pool for me is not an option as well all know that the cooldown of ultimate skills are too slow.
Adept Skill Tree
The next think you should see is my preferred skill plate for Adept. Since we all know that Adept skills has low cooldown time (except for ultimate ofc), I prefer having damage crests. So, here is my skill plates for Adept at the moment:
Magma Wave- 20% increase damage
Magma Wall- 20% increase damage
Icicle Expression- 20% increase damage
Poison Break/Ice Beam- 20% increase damage
I have separated the level 60 skill build for Adept guys. You can check it out on the link provided below:
Level 60 Adept Skill Build in Dragon Nest SEA [T4]
If you are looking for the recommended Adept Item Build, then I suggest you go to this link:
Recommended Adept Item Build
If you are looking for the level 70 Adept skill build, then go click the link below:
Best Level 70 Adept Skill Build in Dragon Nest [T4]
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