That would be considered Maplestory M Mesos safe on mmogo
As I said, it's also a fantastic build in that you can easily play with it using just the rare items that you find by yourself. While Path of Exile's unique trade economy is a blast to mess
around with, this construct gives you a chance to explore it at your own rate. There is a drawback, however. As LiftingNerdBro clarifies, this isn't the build you want to use should you intend to farm bosses.
If you're new or a casual Path of Exile participant, do not sweat this, but the lack of acceptable single-target damage will draw out boss encounters and make them a small slog. During the leveling process, this won't matter, but this build is better off for general map farming and cleaning instead.LiftingNerdBro also has a useful written guide you may mention over on the forums--and yes, he includes some fantastic leveling hints if you're brand new.
Engineering Eternity's Thicc Jugg Tank has quickly become a community favorite due to the impenetrable layer of defense that lets Path of Exile players face-tank any boss. If you have indulged in Path of Exile and hate how many supervisors can one-shot you if you're not careful, this is an excellent build to perform. It's designed for conducting the Eternal Labyrinth--an endPOE match dungeon with all kinds of horrible traps and randomized properties--but may fare well enough in normal areas also.
Thicc Jugg employs the melee skill Cleave to
deal damage, but what really makes it special is that the insane number of defensive layers which allow you to get nigh unstoppable. You can literally just stand in front of some of Path of Exile's toughest supervisors and eat the full force of the attacks without taking damage. This is great for beginners, as the added survivability will surely help in later areas when the hard starts to scale up appreciably.
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