About Elemental Focus Support
Elemental Focus Support
Mana Multiplier: 130%
Requires Level 18
Supports any skill that hits or burns enemies.
Per 1% Quality:
Supported Skills deal 0.5% increased Elemental Damage
Supported Skills deal (30-49)% more Elemental Damage
Supported Skills cannot inflict Elemental Ailments
This is a Support Gem. It does not grant a bonus to your character, but to skills in sockets connected to it. Place into an item socket connected to a socket containing the Active Skill Gem you wish to augment. Right click to remove from a socket.
Poe Elemental Focus Support Builds
List Poe Builds With Elemental Focus Support.
Poe Elemental Hit is an attack skill, executing a primary attack that deals with added damage of a random element in an area. Elemental Hit can be performed with any weapon, or with no evidence equipped. In This Build Elemental hits damage mostly scales itself, it mainly scales with gem levels, so you don't need too much % damage to explicit endgame content comfortably.
Welcome to my build, This build is a great clear and league starter in POE 3.9. With 3.9 newly introduced item Triad Grip, physical minions went up to a different level and I had to try it out. With Doedre's skin, you have 7-8 curses up almost all the time, and normal/rare monsters can barely touch you. That combined with 8-10K hybrid life/ES, it was a very safe playstyle.
In terms of 3.9 Conquerors of the Altas, Scourge Arrow's base weapon damage has been lowered, but the skill now deals added Chaos Damage that grows as the gem levels. The skill was often used with builds adding elemental damage, so this change is intended to give it a greater reward to Chaos damage based builds while also improving its usability while leveling. This guide is a work in progress and you should expect things to be tweaked in the coming day, especially once I have a chance to play around with Inspiration in practice to determine if it is really worth slotting in our main gem links.
In Poe 3.9, I've returned and after testing the build as my league starter, overhauled the guide significantly. This build takes advantage of many different damage bonuses that combine together to create solid damage output without needing crit or damage conversion.
The goal of this build is to clear maps as fast as possible and be able to do guardian and Shaper level content. That is not a beginner-friendly build and not recommended if you have never played PoE before or never taken a character to at least level 90. This build can perform as a raider or a deadeye, but the latter chosen here. You should aim to get as much life as possible on every rare gear slot.
Phy's conversion bowyers were once the most overplayed meta build in all of POE; pretty much every veteran of the game can recall the pre 3.0 days of Signal Shot CI instant leech build dominating the meta. Sadly, with nerfs to Vaal Pact, Vinktar, Reach of the Council, etc. this archetype has since faded into obscurity, at least in temp leagues. The ultimate guide about Phy's conversion bows that I could find hasn't updated since 3.3. This Build uses a bow with great physical flat damage and converts all of it into cold damage.
This build takes advantage of many different damage bonuses that combine together to create solid damage output without needing crit or damage conversion. For defense, we focus on a highly effective life pool with a lot of regeneration/leech, along with MoM. Our ascendancy adds clear speed through both movement and damage, along with significant defenses including nearly permanent immunity to all status ailments.
This is a beginner-friendly, league-starter viable, solo-self-found viable, and comprehensive Leap Slam Inquisitor guide. The leveling section in this guide is meant to take players with a fresh install or in a fresh league and get them into maps and started on a powerful character. Interested readers can find gear priority, stat suggestions, mechanics explanations, and a whole bunch of links that might be useful for newer players. But also not be lacking in other aspects of the game and also not be a meta one, so it will be cheaper to do.
This build stacks a shit ton of Strength! We utilize 3 unique items that give us crazy bonuses for each point of Strength: So from Geofri's Sanctuary, we get a crazy amount of flat Energy Shield, from Shaper's Touch gloves we get huge %Energy Shield increase and lastly from Doon Cuebiyari we get over 300% Increase Damage boost. We use Blade Vortex as it is a very strong skill that scales with our % Damage Increase and Chieftain Ascendancy nodes. I've also tried Armageddon Brand and it was fun but for me personally was lacking single target damage. Vaal Righteous Fire is used to get some extra damage when finishing bosses.
This build uses the Facebreaker Gloves which means we play unarmed - you get all the info you need here: Warcry Heal 25% life and mana, which means no reg maps aren't really a problem. Since 3.7 you only need normal/cruel/merc lab. the uber lab is optional. Totems are immune to Fire, which means with Avatar of Fire they are full reflect immune. So if you just want to map I suggest picking the chieftain. And if you just want to farm the Labyrinth I suggest the Berserker.
In this build guide, I'd like to share my Scion build using Mjolner/CoC/ball lightning. This build can clear maps fast, deal with insane damage, and is tanky. Overall, this build is very strong, and I can recommend it to anyone who has some currency. I'm playing this build as Assassin in this patch. I feel Assassin is better than Scion for this build now because Assassin can get a lot of ms boost. The advantage of Scion is that she can get strength and dex easily. I will write a guide for the assassin version next weekend. Meanwhile, you can check my character stat if you are interested.
In POE 3.8, This is a version of my Whispering Ice build for the Cyclone era. The main idea is to be super tanky and faceroll everything in your way without having to dodge almost anything. No boss is too hard, most are too easy. All maps with most any mods are a joke. I've been using this build to do 40/40 challenges on my own merit in many leagues, this is my go-to build to get things done. This build is based on The Whispering Ice unique staff.
The build utilizes Chaos Inoculation which tends to make you 100% immune to all sources of chaos damage which includes poison. Nonetheless, you'll have 1 HP and thus need to cover yourself with Power Shield alone. This is not suggested for early levels and this guide will cover the transition and workarounds to have yourself to CI. Besides this, the develop slows enemies down and utilizes an enormous EHP pool to be as tanky as you can. For greater spending budget builds you can also throw in Temporal Chains enabling for much more slow effects on enemies.
This build is a "New" golem build right now. Only after some extensive research, I came up to conclusions and my own vision of the build. Since I cleared most of the end-game content with this exact setup and literally no extra effort, I decided to leave this build as easy and straightforward as possible to both old and new players. It's a very easy setup here, without complex double-curse curse-on-hit, EE selfcast stuff and other unnecessary things that are literally not worth it for 99.99% of the game.
The guide is divided into two main sections. The initial section discusses "budget" wanding viable for temp leagues even though the second section discusses higher dps min-maxing in the common. I wrote this guide for the reason that I wanted to supply an alternative way of developing a wander and to assist do away with the stigma surrounding Phy's conversion wanding. I also wanted to shift the neighborhood away from believing lots of on the myths about Phys wanding that was perhaps correct years ago, but are now completely misleading, however, continue to be circulated.
In Path of Exile 3.8 league, This build is not a league starter, it is designed to push the bow character to its limits, and to pose as an alternative to PHYS bow builds. The core of this build is to shift how you look at dexterity. Instead of seeing it as some negligible buff to accuracy or evasion, or meeting requirements for your equipment, we are going to convert the attributes found on our gear to flat damage.
This build I have many requirements that must be met. I want a build that can clear ALL content. It must be FUN and ENGAGING, not cost an extraordinary amount of currency, and have the ability to be a league starter with the ability to do all content later on as you upgrade and invest into your character. On top of this, it must have fast movement or move skills and not have to worry about any weird issues that ruin builds for me.
In POE 3.8, Quiet shattering of enemy corpses? What about having infinite mana sustain and being nearly impossible to hit? How about being able to clear all content on a low budget? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this build is for you. This build you can choose literally any skill with traps and it will perform admirably with this guide. If you want to play *insert other spell skill here*, feel free. Just make sure to remove any projectile/lightning-related skill nodes/gear bits/jewel stats and make them fit the skill you choose.
This is a specter summoner build that focuses on having a small team of super-strong minions. It is a cheap league starter that excels at boss killing while also having good survivability and map clearing speed. The build focuses on Slave Driver specters. It uses equipment you can pick up or buy for cheap and can clear Uber Elder with a modest budget. It includes a detailed leveling guide, a detailed breakdown on gear/items/gems, basic crafting guides and a list of alternate specters.
This build is the guide on Scourge Arrow Ignite Elementalist. This is a build for an Elementalist, Lightning Tendrils Cast While Channeling Arc for the clear, that can apply 50% shock to every monster in the game, even endgame bosses. The mechanics will be developed later in this guide.