Okay so here's my predicament. My first character and now dedicated crafter is a nightblade but I either suck at it (likely) or I'm just hardwired to not enjoy the class at all.
Edited by Saccarius on December 24, 2019 6:34PM
So I moved on and started playing my main who is a stam sorc and everything just clicked for me. I'm in gold crafted, overland, agility gear so not BIS for DPS and I can solo most non-vet, non-DLC content and anything overland is a breeze and I'm not a super efficient player. I love playing him.
Trouble is, is that my nightblade has all the schematics and does all my master writs and has all the traits researched. But playing him, I feel weak and fragile and like I don't know what I'm doing even know I pore over build guides, I can't get to grips with it.
The build guides I look at require dungeon sets, monster sets and max CP and it's a massive investment for a class I don't really enjoy playing (maybe that can change)...
So what I need is a build that lets me do the following:
Navigate Imperial City without it turning into a death run each time (talking about mobs not players, I expect to die to them)
Clear overland content, especially public dungeons with relative ease (still need skill points etc.)
And I need to start off with crafted/overland sets before I commit to farming specific gear. I can upgrade it to gold if I need to. I have access to all the DLC.
The basic playstyle should be relatively simple.
I had a magicka build that relied on constantly shielding myself but it doesn't seem to be working so great anymore and I'm not a fan of staves as I'm used to stam weapons.
I'm only at CP445.
I think I've had so many ups and downs with this class that I've kind of ruined it for myself and I don't how to find the fun or get out of that mindset....
Anyone have any advice? I'd really appreciate it.
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