. Repeat the first two skills when necessary. It'll strengthen all of your skills a little bit. If that doesn't sound like an offensive class, I don't know what will. In fact, whenever this skill is usable again, use it.
Also, if your a Non-Member, you'll want to turn on pets to use this, and make sure you don't have any rare or non-rare, depending on the situation Non-Mem pets equipped, unless it's been confirmed either in the Design Notes, official Wiki, or Twitter that that particular pet is designated as a Battle Pet, because Whistle will summon a battle pet to help you. Using this set of enhancements, the skill you'll want to keep going is Soul Steal. Once Light Wave is available again, use it. The debuffs from skills 3 and 5 are fairly useful for support but aside from that, the class doesn't offer much for support. Nice quick spurts of big damage, plus slowing your opponent.
Now the enemy will be moving about the same speed as you are, and dealing less damage too. You'll also be fine if you've summoned another battle pet from another battle pet class. Actually, you should specifically go for weakened opponents and finish them off with this. Adding to that, all your allies attacking the opponent will regain mana. As you can see, physically it's gotten a large boost of power. Thanks to L0re for assisting with Evolved Leprechaun. Use Dark Conversion when mana recovery is needed.
It is the class's only way to regain mana. The skills are rather forward with you. Thanks to Nate7878 Edme MacHeath for working with me on the TimeKiller build. What you're gonna do is Temporal Strike 4 times in succession. If using Wizard enhancements, use Guardian Light after using Keen followed by a Guardian Rage. Because the it's a luck based class, it's also safe to assume that the critical hit percentage as well as damage would be high as well, especially with all those critical hit and critical damage buffs. Best to start out with Chaos Rift and stack it till max amount needed then use Shiftburn after that use Time Collapse.
I was able to solo Dai Tengu with this build and lost less than 300 health. You should typically avoid using Jacknife Frost and Hearth's Embrace, the former unless you need to use it for a stun. . Thanks to Nate7878 Edme MacHeath for the base stats of Alpha Omega and Blood Titan. Like before, keep Pulse Compression going every time it cools down but this time alternate it with Pulse Dilation and High Energy Arc. Its haste is pretty high up there, somewhat decent evasion, however critical rate is pretty poor. Dark Power must be used a few times, the other skills depend on it.
Oh, and another thing; a lot of the caster classes have better stats and damage and whatnot with full Wizard after level 55, as opposed to having a 3 Wiz 1 Luck setup. The only one that might be a little confusing is the one that looks like healing. Next, use Sleeping Gas for Gassed State so the enemy will be hitting you at a slower pace. When you need to heal, heal with Spirit of Healing. I'd alternate those two attacks while throwing in a Chaotic Touch every now and then. If you choose to go with magical damage instead as this is a hybrid type class, you can use the wizard enhancements to power up the Plasma Bolt attack.
It has amazing strength, dexterity, and luck. Thanks to Alaina for the base stats of Chronomancer. Why have you stopped posting? Wait until you have about 40 mana now, then start stacking Stretch Time until there are four complete stacks on the enemy, then use Relive the Past, and wait for the rest of the mana regen to end. Just use Jacknife Frost followed by Rudolph's Revenge. The two passive skills increase your endurance by 15%, along with your critical hits by 15%.
A good start would be two additional party members. You can start the battle off with Footwork, it will increase your odds on dodging early on as well as the rate at which you attack. Best used for soloing purposes only, but you will need at least one other party member to pull this off, and is most successful with two. That's some big numbers when used correctly. It is also similar to Rogue Class, but may be updated in the future. Added a few minor adjustments to Healer and Ninja. Start by using Righteous Seal and then keep using Commandment.