Might depend a bit on what you are doing with it. I went elegant set w/ surge and my HA hits hard and heals/sustains me between rotations of liquid and blockade. The Pets provide enough distractions and assist heals I pretty much can solo anything. Going to farm some undaunted infiltrator when I gat home to add to the elegant.
Thank you for the replies. I appreciate the advice.
My current stats with Mothers Sorrow, Necro and Valkyn are
Spell critical 56%
Spell Damage 2385
I use max health and magic food
I use tri pot potions, normally if I need extra stamina to break free etc. ( I have major Spell damage and crit from abilities).
I have 2 Infused shock lightning staffs.
The Jewellery has spell damage glyphs. (I was going to change one to bloodthirsty?)
All small armour pieces are divines. All big pieces are infused.
Everything is gold quality.
All undaunted passives, 5,1,1 setup.
Full Vamp all passives.
I use it in PVE play. I have never done a trial ( really want to). Slowly going through vet dungeons.
I want to do VMA also. I keep putting it off, don’t know why.
Not very good at pvp, but I use the sets you get from rewards to play in battlegrounds etc.
I seem to do well in group content, I can look after myself, was just wondering with the abilities I use that I wasn’t missing a trick with more magic or more Crit/spell damage.
Thanks again for reading post and for the advice.
35k is really good, but i wouldn't recommend skoria for pve. but without knowing your cp and if someone eledrained for you we cant give you specific answers
also pets are being changed to get damage from spell damage as well next patch, so everything you do now, you will have to do again.
.All pets will now inherit your bonuses and derived stats. This means your Critical Hit Chance, Critical Hit Multipliers, Champion Points, and other % damage or healing amplifications will be applied to any pet you summon. Item sets that summon pets will continue to not inherent your Critical Strike Chance.
This was aimed at making the stat scaling system easier to understand in the long run; when you increase your own damage, your pets will now follow in scale as such. This is part of an ongoing process to make pets clearer and more enjoyable to use.