Still deciding on your Path of Exile Class? Here’s a helpful explanation of the PoE Ranger Ascendancy Classes to help you decide if The Ranger Class is what you want to go with. Here, I’ll discuss the following: The Deadeye, The Raider, and The Pathfinder.
PoE Ranger Ascendancy Classes
The Deadeye Ascendancy
This Ascendancy choice is an offensive subclass that puts it’s focus into projectile damage and accuracy. As you might imagine, given the “deadeye” name. What makes this class interesting is that they also increase the utility of projectiles with a select few passive modifiers. You can get access to pierce, chain, and area of effect projectiles with The Deadeye Ascendancy. There are also skills which aid range, making this class much better at a distance.
The Raider Ascendancy
The Raider Ascendancy is much-more suited for quick flurries and combat avoidance. It is centered around phasing through combat, frenzy charges, and onslaughts of attacks. On top of all this, there is a whole host of bonuses you’ll gain access to. They, for example, can add elemental ailment immunity to phasing. Or, you can expose nearby enemies while phased instead. This Ascendancy is perfect for players who want to utilize evasion and play hard and fast.
The Pathfinder Ascendancy
This Ascendancy choice places the focus on flasks and their uses. A flask is a rechargeable potion that can act as a healing potion, or be used to provide buffs. This makes The Pathfinder Ascendancy a fairly versatile subclass. There is an opportunity to put the focus into enhancing chaos damage, elemental damage bonuses, or things like movement speed and critical strikes. There’s a lot this class can do and offers a good balance between both spell bonuses and attack bonuses.
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