About Leap Slam
Attack, AoE, Movement, Melee
Mana Cost: 15
Cast Time: 1.40 sec
Requires Level 10
Jump into the air, damaging enemies (and knocking back some) with your weapon where you land. Enemies you would land on are pushed out of the way. Requires an axe, mace, sword or staff. Cannot be supported by Multistrike.
Per 1% Quality:
0.5% chance to Knock Enemies Back on hit
Deals (100-122.8)% of Base Damage
20% chance to Knock Enemies Back on hit
+0.55 seconds to Attack Time
Place into an item socket of the right colour to gain this skill. Right click to remove from a socket.
Poe Leap Slam Builds
List Poe Builds With Leap Slam.
I do not claim my guide to be original or the best or even this build to be super-efficient in Poe 3.8. I write guides mostly because I'm fond of my characters and I'd like to share them. Updated tree and pob. Everything else stays the same. Please let me know if you guys see anything off in the guide. Updates are annoying and tedious to do sometimes.
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.
In POE 3.8 Blight league, Chieftain will have higher top-end damage, which tbh doesn't really matter much in this age of billions of dps. However, if you're looking for a build that exploits the TC - Valako interaction, this is the place to be. This build is a good choice for fire-based attack builds tectonic slam in particular because of the node Valako, Storm's embrace. It gives up to 15% more damage based on endurance charge consumption. TC consumes endurance charges.
This is my Ice Crash it all Juggernaut build guide. I reached level 94 in the incursion league and melting endgame content atm. The build can reach about 1,5 - 2,5m Shaper dps and is still pretty tanky because of the Juggernaut Ascendancy and other defense mechanics we can reach high physical damage reduction. The build also freezes nearly everything because of heavy hits with cold damage.
This is my THICC Jugg build in POE 3.8. You may be thinking that this has been done to death, and you would be right. But, I found that most super tanky Jugg's tended to either be Lab farmers because they did not have the dps for bosses, or were high dps glass cannons that relied only on the ascendancies for protection. As someone who usually only plays minion builds and with the "melee patch" of 3.7, I wanted to make an unkillable boss killer/map farmer. And, I think I have done just that, and for much cheaper than I thought I would.
In POE 3.8 changes are almost negligible to the build, only tempered flesh is affected because the Strength cluster nodes have been moved away from its range. Brutal restraints will be harder to obtain. Simple, Champion has +2 maximum impale on enemies, more added Phys damage based on the number of impaling stacks on the enemy. Banner reservation requires no mana, which allows us to run all the auras required. Pulverise got nerfed in terms of aoe, but gives a higher damage multiplier, this increases dps by roughly 20% but reduces aoe by around 25-30%.
This build includes the leveling trees & the ability to swap between the budget and expensive version of the character's gear in the items section. It is easily the strongest build I have ever league started as and the tankiest bow character I have ever played. The intention of this build is to create a cheap, simple and effective uber lab farmer. This is a monkey maker build.
In Path of Exile Blight league. Do you hate moving out of stuff? Do you hate having to use Flasks? Do you like bleed damage? Then keep reading! I've designed this build to have enough tank to do all the content in the game if you're a bad player with an old PC like me. This build is the most popular Lacerate Gladiator Build. Bleedsplosions are a fun mechanic and the gear for the build is relatively cheap, but you can scale it as far as you want.
Sunderman build is usually a mixture of easiness to play and having the ability to do many of the endgame stuff at a high-efficiency because it really is super quickly clearspeed. It's an all-round construct developed to perform your everyday stuff like mapping, delving, incursions, uber labs, betrayal, red elder and so forth. effectively. It's also super easy to manage, a total noob friendly build. Even when you haven't played Path of Exile prior to, and even any action RPG game just before, you'll have no troubles managing this create.
This build I'm as proud to say this may be a superb starter for 3.8. Outdoors of the berserker ascendancy adjustments, not a lot has altered. The passive tree pastebins have also been updated for that 3.8 tree, content hunting exiles! This make utilizes some fair op mechanics that do the job collectively extremely nicely. I'll cover the majority of the mechanics of this establish here, other people are going to be down inside the gem segment. And I will be presenting for you my Vaal Double Strike "The Boys' Impale Stacking berserker".
This build does not require a ton of gear, my current character and gear in Path of Building are to show the end game potential only! I did a much more broken down DPS explanation in the Path of Building section. I used crappy gear for 80% of my time with the build and did not struggle an ounce.
This build was played for the entirety of Legion League and was able to complete all the services provided here: Service Thread. I started the league with this character and did everything up to Uber Elder with a reasonable budget. Since I enjoyed the character so much, I continued to min/max the character for the rest of the league to what you see currently. It starts off solid on a budget and then has the potential to scale into absolute insanity with proper investment.
Welcome, exile. This is my first guide and I am excited to share what I have been playing since the start of Blight league. If you are looking for budget Cyclone build that doesn't follow current meta, can be build from scratch as league starter capable of taking on endgame content, then this is probably the build for you. If you have several exalts to spend, you can push the build to the max.
This build is Starforge Cyclone Slayer in POE 3.8, This really is a pure physical cyclone create. It really is truly quickly and mobile, simple to play, has excellent clear speed and actually great sustain thanks to slayer leech. I don't claim my guide to be original or the very best or even this make to become super-efficient. I create guides largely due to the fact I am fond of my characters and I'd prefer to share them.
Welcome, Path of Exile. If you are looking for nonmetal build to kill some time before waiting for the next league or maybe you just want to try out two-handed Glacial Hammer/Ice Crash, look no further because I've got you covered. I've played dual-wield Doryani's Catalyst Glacial Hammer with Berserker in the past, but have always wanting to play it as a "slugger", hit once hit hard playstyle.
Welcome to Path of Exile Builds. Do you like an explosion? Do you mainly play melee build? Do you prefer playstyle of a hit once hit hard? If you answer yes to any of these questions then this may be something you looking for to play. This build is very explosion and plays melee build, so this build is you need
This build is definitely an RT Mace build with an emphasis on beautiful; which permits for safety and easier gear progression. Crit versions are viable but more expensive. Check our questions and answers for information on Crit. This construct is capable of doing any and all content inside the game, nevertheless niche issues like depth 800 Auls and HoGM have significantly a lot more suited builds.
If you are looking for a non-meta build to kill some time before waiting for the next league, or maybe you just want to try out two-handed Glacial Hammer/Ice Crash, look no further because I've got you covered. I've played dual-wield Doryani's Catalyst Glacial Hammer with Berserker in the past, but have always wanting to play it as a "slugger", hit once hit hard playstyle.
Welcome everyone to another guide! This guide in its current form is a viable build for 3.7. Once we get the required information, it's being updated to 3.8. The likeliest changes are the use of the new minion supports in our two main links, as well as substituting Stone Golem for Carrion Golem.
This build is mainly based on clearing huge packs of mobs both as fast and easy as possible, using Leap and Sunder. Attack speed on everywhere possible will make us travel fast with a leap, then blast the whole screen with Sunder’s huge aoe and Gladiator’s bleed explosion combined. Sunderman build is a combination of easiness to play and being able to do most of the endgame stuff at a high-efficiency thanks to it's super fast clearspeed.