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Paragon Points - Torment Levels

KJ30KJ30 RomePosts: 47Member

How many Paragon Points you had when you moved(solo) in higher torment levels(T4 and above)?

 

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  • KJ30KJ30 RomePosts: 47Member
    In other words , which is the required minimum paragon level to get through T4 solo? (in most of cases)
  • zymurgeistzymurgeist Pittsville, VAPosts: 5,211Member Uncommon
    It's highly variable depending on class, build, and equipment. Usually by the time you have the gear to do T4 your paragon will be plenty high enough.

    "Strong and bitter words indicate a weak cause" ~Victor Hugo

  • jdnewelljdnewell Spring Hill, TNPosts: 2,150Member Uncommon

    I can solo T4  with my Crusader.

    He is 190 paragon level, with good gear. Mostly gotten with the anniversary buff going this past week.

  • KJ30KJ30 RomePosts: 47Member
    Thnks guys , so with a rough estimation , around 150-200 paragon points should be enough(in terms of skills and equipment) for the hich torments.
  • BladestromBladestrom edinburghPosts: 4,941Member Uncommon
    With my wizard, I was comfortable with the following stats on my char so far to date (all with about +30% elemental dmg and 40 ish plus dmg to chosen skills.

    Torment 2: 300k dps, 2 mil tough
    Torment 3: 550, 3.5
    Torment 4: 1250, 8 mil
    Torment 5: 1700, 11 mil (with 17% reduction skill and immune to arcane and poison amulets swapped in and out.

    Torment 4 on you really start to need specialised equipment like wand of woh and mirror ball.

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  • nariusseldonnariusseldon santa clara, CAPosts: 22,441Member

    It depends on your gear, as stated.

    Having said that, I mostly do T4, and most players i have seen have at least 200+ paragon level. 

    Also, it may pay to do a slight lower torment level even if you can survive a higher one because you can clear and get drops faster.

     

  • MyrdynnMyrdynn Beaumont, CAPosts: 1,516Member Uncommon

    kind of irrelevant, I have 190 Paragon points and can hardly do T1 solo

    of course I had 189 paragon levels when ROS launched

     

  • KJ30KJ30 RomePosts: 47Member
    I agree playing , in general in lower torment , even if you can survive higher, is better due to the easier legendary farming. what i am trying to do is test my build based on the torment level i can survive. So now i am experimenting on T4 with a barbarian with 100 paragon points. Which is pretty intense. But he is doing quite good. Changed the build from 2 hand into shield build.
  • nariusseldonnariusseldon santa clara, CAPosts: 22,441Member
    Originally posted by KJ30
    I agree playing , in general in lower torment , even if you can survive higher, is better due to the easier legendary farming. what i am trying to do is test my build based on the torment level i can survive. So now i am experimenting on T4 with a barbarian with 100 paragon points. Which is pretty intense. But he is doing quite good. Changed the build from 2 hand into shield build.

    True .. i sometimes do that too. But i think gear + build has a lot more to do with whether you can survive high torment level than paragon points. PP helps though.

     

  • KJ30KJ30 RomePosts: 47Member
    Originally posted by nariusseldon
    Originally posted by KJ30
    I agree playing , in general in lower torment , even if you can survive higher, is better due to the easier legendary farming. what i am trying to do is test my build based on the torment level i can survive. So now i am experimenting on T4 with a barbarian with 100 paragon points. Which is pretty intense. But he is doing quite good. Changed the build from 2 hand into shield build.

    True .. i sometimes do that too. But i think gear + build has a lot more to do with whether you can survive high torment level than paragon points. PP helps though.

     

    Yes for the end game, gear and build are the most important parameters. Of course high paragon points could be an indication that you have played enough to get rare euipment + experience in order to create a strong build.

    Thnks for sharing the wizard build in the other post. I will definately try it when i decide to play with my wizard.

  • nariusseldonnariusseldon santa clara, CAPosts: 22,441Member
    Originally posted by KJ30
    Originally posted by nariusseldon
    Originally posted by KJ30
    I agree playing , in general in lower torment , even if you can survive higher, is better due to the easier legendary farming. what i am trying to do is test my build based on the torment level i can survive. So now i am experimenting on T4 with a barbarian with 100 paragon points. Which is pretty intense. But he is doing quite good. Changed the build from 2 hand into shield build.

    True .. i sometimes do that too. But i think gear + build has a lot more to do with whether you can survive high torment level than paragon points. PP helps though.

     

    Yes for the end game, gear and build are the most important parameters. Of course high paragon points could be an indication that you have played enough to get rare euipment + experience in order to create a strong build.

    Thnks for sharing the wizard build in the other post. I will definately try it when i decide to play with my wizard.

    NP .. i revert to run a arcane archon/torrent build. However, i also like the glacier spike build .. i probably will switch them around. If i have the gear, i may even try a fire build since they are so popular.

     

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