About Bisco's Leash - Heavy Belt
Item Level: 57
+34 to Strength
5% increased Quantity of Items found
+38% to Cold Resistance
1% increased Rarity of Items found per 15 Rampage Kills
Poe Bisco's Leash - Heavy Belt Builds
List Poe Builds With Bisco's Leash - Heavy Belt.
This build, however, isn’t easily juiced a-la Big Streamer to use HH and Inspired Learning. I’ve been playing PoE for about two years now, and magic find is something I always return to once a league in various forms. This specific build I’ve geared in three different leagues and is a favorite of mine. I always run an MF character every league because I just keep coming back to the chill playstyle and the comfort that comes from running a bunch of maps at a low investment with tons of herald of ice shatters.
This specific build I’ve geared in three different leagues and is a favorite of mine. Magic find is something I always return to once a league in various forms. The purpose of this character is for Magic Find Only. It can do all tiers with investment, including Eldered T16s, but like most MF, struggles with bosses. You can likely kill map bosses up to T10 or so, depending on your gear. The changes to Rares having more health make things a bit risky in Red maps, but it's still definitely doable with some gear changes.
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.
The choice between the two abilities comes down to personal preference, and some enjoy to cast Essence Drain and spread it by having a Contagion cast before you use ED. However, I felt that the approach of using Bane was smoother, faster, and honestly, better in all ways.
This build around the Unique staff, so that's the most critical piece. However, the other options depending on how you'd like to play the build. With the use of a Quartz Flask, you're provided with Phasing, that combined with high speed allows you to run through enemies while your massive army of minions clears everything in a heartbeat!
This is a CI berserker build using KB. This is my first build guide, just made it because I didn't see anyone play any build like this with Berserker. We can take advantage of using rage without any downside, also we get 40% more damage. In order to not die from rage when you are CI you have to get at least 1-2 flat regen somewhere in your gear - You will die slowly without this