Build Title: The Guillotine
Class: Vorcha Hunter Engineer
Map Difficulty Rating: This build has the potential for Gold gameplay
Submission Net: (4) Damage, (5) Recharge Speed, (6) Electric Field
Bloodlust: (4) Melee Damage, (5) Weapon Damage, (6) Health Regeneration
Vorcha Resilience: (4) Weapon Damage, (5) Headshots, (6) Weapon Damage
Fitness: (4) Durability, (5) Martial Artist, (6) Melee Synergy
The Reegar Carbine with Omni-Blade and High Velocity Barrel and the Black Widow with High Velocity Barrel and Thermal Scope.
Beserker Package, Shotgun Amp, Hydraulic Joints, whatever you fancy for a shotgun/melee build.
A lot of people hate the vorcha hunter engineer with its broken powers that don’t synergize and possess no real umph striking capability. All this makes for the perfect melee build candidate.
I’ll start by explaining the power and weapon choices. Bloodlust provides survivability and submission net is the utility/team synergy power. Ignoring incinerate leaves more time to throw out submission net. The Reegar gives the ability to drop shields, barriers and line troopers. The Black Widow (or any other heavy weapon) replaces incinerate with its ability to tear through armor.
The basic strategy is pretty simple. Step one is to turn on Bloodlust and get a kill with your long range weapon of choice. Step two is to switch to the Reegar and charge in to get a heavy melee kill, pushing both melee and weapon damage through the roof. Step three, go to town and wreck shop. Vorcha have amazing dodge abilities, use them often. Submission net is great to get your first kill or to immobilize Phantoms/Collector Captains/Nemeses/Possessed Collectors. Also, when dropped on a heavy enemy the electric pulses will trigger tech bursts on surrounding enemies. There’s no need for a fast recharge either because you don’t have Incinerate to share the cool down time with and besides which you’re gonna be bezerking everything in sight anyhow.
4 – Hard to master but surprisingly effective when you do. You’ll need decent weapons and weapon attachments too. Vorcha are crazy tough but not invincible, still requiring short moments here and there to recover. So remember to dodge, dip, duck, dive and dodge.
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