Tiamat 5E Leveling Builds for Dummies

 Tiamat 5E Leveling Builds for Dummies

Tiamat 5e is a defensive specialist and is able to buff up other pets in the same manner as he can with his own Tiamat. His Saving Throw is different though – for each enemy hit by your pet, it also counts as one target hit for your pet. So what makes this difference? Is it worth it to have both a Saving Throw and a Threatening Presence on the same pet, or is it better to simply have a singleton threat generating ability and buffing it by using Tiamat’s five-point stance instead?

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Well, as usual, it’s a trade off. If you use Tiamat’s 5e stats as the basis of your tanking abilities, you will do much better as a tank. And if you use the stats that enhance your tanking ability, you will do better as a DPS class. But if you are looking at using Tiamat for PvP then the tanking ability is still the best DPS spec, since Tiamat can deal much more damage than any other class at levels eighteen with two talents alone.

So which stats should you focus on? The stats that matter most when playing a dragon tank are Attack Power and Stamina. And both of them increase by three each with the chromatic dragon attaining +4 with Improved Dragonskin, while the Tiamat has only Improved Dragon Stance and Improved Dragonskin.

Let’s start with the Attack Power stat block. This is the number used by the game’s Ranged classes to calculate their hit points. The idea here is that you want all your Ranged classes to have the same amount of attack power so they can all strike at the same number of targets and share the damage they deal. That is why Tiamat is the only dragon in the game that does not have any Ranged classes that have this stat block. If you play a ranged class, you must block the same stats block as the rest of your party.

For the purposes of DPS, let’s ignore the Ranged stats block and focus only on the single target stats block. For this part, let’s assume you have a mix of melee weapons attack power and stamina rating. That means you need to take a look at the damage per hit of all your party members. Assuming everyone has the same gear, you will want your Damage Per Hit (DPS) at forty, with ten percent of that applied to each hit. That means the average party member deals about two thousand damage per hit!

The Kobolds also have a few beneficial abilities that tiamat 5e players typically do not have, and this makes them very important. First, the kobolds are strong at inflicting damage from a distance. Second, if you want to soak up some additional damage, the kobolds have a handy secondary ability that slows opponents by a few seconds. This makes it much easier to inflict a lot of damage from a safe distance and still survive. The save throw feature of tiamat 5e saves you from the frustration of having to Dodge damage and prevents you from wasting a lot of time trying to kill the little buggers.

Now, let’s say you have tiamat 5e going against a dragon. The dragon is very powerful, and many players simply choose to use a one target melee weapon attack and let the dragon take them out. What you need to realize is that the dragon, like the tiara, is very powerful when attacking single targets, but also capable of inflicting a lot of damage in large groups of enemies.

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So, what you want to do is make sure you have tiamat with you, and then try to kill the dragon as fast as possible and with as much damage as you can, while keeping its health down. The best way to do this is to have the tank stand still and cast the one target attack while everyone else keeps doing whatever they are doing to cause as much damage as possible. Then, the tank has to be ready to take out the dragon’s secondary attack, which will be a breath attack that will cause the entire group to get damaged and take a ton of damage. If you want to save the rest of your party from the dragon, simply move them away from where the breath attack is coming from and let them do the damage themselves. There are multiple ways to play tiamat 5e to kill dragons quickly and with little downtime.

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