The Deadeye is an offense-oriented class that focuses on projectile damage and region of impact. This Class is naturally suited for bow attacks, but the majority of its modifiers apply to any projectile, meaning most projectile attacks (which include these fired from Wands) and a few spell projectiles also advantage from them.
List the Path of Exile Deadeye Builds.
Lightning Arrow was normally a preferred choice for leveling, but seldom was it used inside the end-game. I type of fell in enjoy with LA in the course of my Kinetic Blast leveling method (went from level 1 to 85 on LA) and decided I am gonna min-max it and push by means of Uber Elder and all content material to see exactly where "borders" are. Actually, they're nowhere to be seen!
This build doesn't use headhunter or inspired learning making it a fairly good introductory MF build while also being a great option for veterans who want to Min/Max their farm game. And this build is intended for the best possible clear speed while running full MF gear, as a result, it is not ideal for atlas completion, hard bosses, deep delving, uber lab, carrying 6 man T16's without an aura bot, etc. Although you can probably do these things very well with the right gear swap.
In Poe 3.7 Deadeye Ascendancy Fast and Deadly grants 50% more Accuracy Rating (previously doubled Accuracy Rating). The Poe 3.7 Builds main expensive items this build is avoiding is Ringwald's Quills, Bisco's Leash, and Devoto's Devotion. Although Windripper and Lioneye's Fall may be pricey, it is well worth it!
This build is Deadeye most popular Tornado Shot build. It's extremely fast, with Mirage Archer clearing everything for you; extremely powerful, with all the Bosses down even when optimized for maximum Movement Speed; and budget-friendly, as you can easily farm high Tier Maps with just 5-linked Tempest Bow. This Deadeye build balances both "bow" and "summoner" aspects by attacking with Tornado Shot, Clones and Sentinels to deal pure physical damage.
Poe Rain of Arrows as a spell has been forgotten by the majority of a player base, largely overshadowed by its poison oriented brother in current leagues, it nevertheless provides a great deal of damage and compatibility if you're willing to commit to it.
This Deadeye build balances both "bow" and "summoner" aspects by attacking with Tornado Shot, Clones [from Mirror Arrow], and Sentinels to deal pure physical damage. The majority of utility skills are triggered through Asenath's Chant, while clones are automatically summoned through Maloney's Mechanism.