There is one staple set there which is Imperial Physique. It's potentially the most powerful set in the game. Just pair it with something depending on your class/attribute. Like Bright Throat, Spriggan etc.
Imperial physique builds are so much fun. I like them because they bring back something that's missing in most modern games -- a meaningful penalty for dying.
I've been playing a full loot pvp game lately and it's such a thrill to get into a fight with a full inventory of gear and loot.
That's what made PVE in Everquest fun back in the day. One missed heal/CC/snare by a group member deep in a dungeon could result in hours of lost xp and a long corpse recovery. It really got your heart pounding.
Edited by zyk on September 8, 2019 8:42PM
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I'm finally starting to think about buying gear with the TV I've been saving up, and Imperial Physique was one of the sets that immediately caught my eye. But I have to ask, are people taking TV out of the bank so they'll get that 600% bonus? It seems like that would be a huge risk as far as losing half of your TV if you get killed.