Poison Javazons are named for their primarily use of Poison-based javelin attacks. Capable of firing a massive dose of poison to confuse and injure their foes, this gear excels at clearing out large mob swarms for targeted farming. In addition to skill building, with D2R Ladder Items
such as Insight Runewords and Razortail belts, Poison Javazon will be better able to handle various AoE scenarios.
Poison Javazon adds lightning damage late in the build to help you avoid the poisoning you encounter in Nightmare levels. Your poison skill will be based on the thrown javelin, And your lightning skills will be based on the melee attack of the javelin or spear.
If you're running out of javelins, you'll be able to easily switch to a melee-based weapon, saving you a trip to town for repairs. It's a great leveling spec, and if you want a smoother leveling experience in Diablo 2: Ladder Season 1, Poison Javazons might be a good choice.
The distribution of skill points for javelins and spears is as follows:
20 points to Poison Javelin: As the primary attack skill, players need to invest in it once they reach their required minimum level. This skill works best in open spaces where mobs are scattered.
20 points to Plague Javelin: Its overall damage is less than Poison Javelin, but it takes less time to deal damage, so this skill is suitable for the space where mobs gather. At the same time, it can deal 14% poison damage.
20 points to Charged Strike: This skill is a melee-based option, and Javelin can be thrown or used in the melee.
20 points to Fend: This is another option for Poison and Lighting-Immune mobs and can deal physical damage in Hell.
Jab, Impale, Lightning Bolt and Power Strike will each be placed 1 point as prerequisites for the above skills.
In Passive and Magic types, skill points need to be placed as follows.
10 points to Valkyrie: This summons powerful Valkyrie allies, is a great tank and provides a range of skill bonuses.
8 points to Pierce: This skill can be used with Razortail belt, and it can get a 33% Pierce bonus.
Inner Sight, Dodge, Slow Missiles, and Avoid all have 1 point as a prerequisite for Valkyrie.
Leveled up as Poison Javelin in Diablo II: Resurrected Patch 2.4 & Ladder Season 1, it's actually been recommended by many as a great leveling build, so feel free to start here and keep using it. It's still a very friendly build, although it can be a little difficult early on due to the mana requirements.
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