Ok, so Im starting a pet build after putting a few hundred hours in Barbs. I have some gear thats halfway decent, but missing some key pieces like MoJ or the flayer. I do have a 3 set of Zuni's though, so I have the Fetish army bonus. So my big question is should I roll all my gear for physical or should I split it between physical and poison? Im using a level 25 gem of toxin while I level up my enforcer gem. I started out trying to gear up fire damage using a maximus and fire runes on all the pets, but dropped that when I got the Zunis mojo to get that army bonus going. My build is less than perfect, but I can currently roll on T5 without much issue (other than the occasional elite wiping me out with thunderstorm or mortar) Looking to build up high enough to outclass my WW barb who can finish Grift 27 solo at the moment.
Ok, thanks for the reply. I will keep that in mind. Still learning about these WD's. I still find it amazing that a lot of what you know about one class pretty much doesnt translate over to another class, even one that shares the same primary stat.
IMO if you're going with a zuni pet build w/ MoJ (a good one) stacking a particular element isn't much of a priority. By a good MoJ I mean 90-100% pet dmg. There are several threads theory crafting how high one should stack an element and how MoJ plays it's part. Basically as you approach 100% element dmg you really start to get diminishing returns. So, a really good MoJ pretty much takes care of that since the %pet dmg on MoJ essentially performs the same as %element. Or so I've read. I've dropped %element on my ammy and I think pretty soon im gonna try dropping it on bracers as well to see how it plays out.
Ok. Thanks for that input as well. Right now I think I have about 50% physical and 20% poison. My barb has 85% lightning and has awesome aoe with the wreath gem and all the other lightning goodies on. I will concentrate on stacking what I can for now until I start getting the key parts of the build. Thats always the hardest part, building up the in between parts until you find the one key piece that really unlocks the true potential of a build and takes it to the next level.