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    Stamina Warden is one of the best solo Stamina classes in The Elder Scrolls Online. The class also does well as a Tank, Healer, or a PvP character. In this guide, Lucky Ghost shows you how to build a powerful Stamina Warden for soloing in the game. 


    Overview


    Attributes: 64 Stamina

     

    Race: Khajiit/Dark Elf/Orc/Wood Elf/Redguard

    Khajiit is one of the most potent options for newer players, and as a Khajiit, you can deal a decent amount of damage.

     

    Mundus Stone

    Lover (Solo)

    Theif (group)

     

    Consumables

     

    Food: Lava Foot Soup and Saltrice

    It will help you sustain and add a ton of Max Stamina.

     

    Potions: Essence of Weapon Power

    The Essence of Weapon Power potion gives Major Brutality, which increases your weapon damage by 20%. It also gives you Major Savagery that increases your Crit chance. The potion also gives you Stamina back and increases your Stamina recovery.

     

    Gear Setup (Final)

     

    Head: Slimecraw's Mask

    Type: Medium

    Trait: Divines

    Enchantment: Stamina

     

    You will want to use Slimecraw's Mask in many builds for this patch to make up for the crit you lost when ZOS nerfed all the crit sets. This armor will help you get up to the crit level you want to reach.

     

    You will want to use the one-piece Slimecraw because you will also need to use the Ring of the Pale Order whenever you are soloing.

     

    Shoulders: Tzogvin's Arm Cops

    Type: Medium

    Trait: Divines

    Enchantment: Stamina

     

    When you are in a group, you can put Grundwulf on your shoulds because it's another set with a one-piece Crit bonus, and it's powerful for both Mag or Stam characters to run one-piece Slimecraw + one-piece Grunwulf.

     

    Chest: Relequen or Briarheart

    Type: Medium

    Trait: Divines

    Enchantment: Stamina

     

    Waist: Relequen or Briarheart

    Type: Medium

    Trait: Divines

    Enchantment: Stamina

     

    Hands: Relequen or Briarheart

    Type: Medium

    Trait: Divines

    Enchantment: Stamina

     

    Legs: Relequen or Briarheart

    Type: Medium

    Trait: Divines

    Enchantment: Stamina

     

    Feet: Relequen or Briarheart

    Type: Medium

    Trait: Divines

    Enchantment: Stamina

     

    For Chest, Waist, Hands, Legs, and Feet, you have two options: Briarheart and Relequen. If you only want to wear an overland set, you can choose Briarheart, a powerful set that gives you crit chance and a ton of weapon damage.

     

    If you want to use the best-in-slot for solo and group play, you can use Relequen, which adds critical and makes your attacks stack to the enemies, dealing a ton of DoT damage to them. The more of these stacks you get on them, the more damage you will do. Therefore, your light attack weaving will be very important on this build. Make sure you get into the habit of light-attacking between your abilities if you haven't done so yet.

     

    Necklace: Tzogvin

    Type: Jewelry

    Trait: Bloodthirsty

    Enchantment: Weapon Damage

     

    Ring 1: Tzogvin's Ring

    Type: Jewelry

    Trait: Bloodthirsty

    Enchantment: Weapon Damage

     

    Ring 2Ring of the Pale Order

    Type: Jewelry

    Trait: Bloodthirsty

    Enchantment: Weapon Damage

     

    Weapon 1: Tzogvin's Maul

    Type: Maul

    Trait: Precise

    Enchantment: Stamina Absorb

     

    Tzogvin's Maul will be the ideal weapon for this build. Tzogvin is a fantastic set that gives you more critical chances and a ton of Penetration. You will also get Minor Force using this set, which means it will free up one of the bar slots. That extra slot can be very helpful, especially when you are soloing, because you will need a slot for your heal, damage mitigation, or some sustain skills.

     

    The two-handed Maul will be the best for solo. If you don't have the Maul, the two-handed greatsword will also work well. But you will find you underpen in group or solo content as a Stamina character, so the Maul will do a lot to help you get close to those pen goals.

     

    Every mob has resistances, and you have to penetrate them if you want to do 100% damage to them. The bigger the gap between their resistances and your Penetration, the more of your damage is reduced. That is why you need to use gear, Mondus stones, and skills that grant you Penetration, and those are some of the reasons why this character hits so hard.

     

    Weapon 2: Maelstrom

    Type: Bow

    Trait: Infused

    Enchantment: Weapon Damage


    Gear Setup (Without Trial/Dungeon Gear)

     

    Head: Selene's

    Type: Medium

    Trait: Divines

    Enchantment: Stamina

     

    Shoulders: Selene's (Hunding's Rage if you wear Ring of the Pale Order)

    Type: Medium

    Trait: Divines

    Enchantment: Stamina

     

    Chest: Briarheart

    Type: Medium

    Trait: Divines

    Enchantment: Stamina

     

    Waist: Briarheart

    Type: Medium

    Trait: Divines

    Enchantment: Stamina

     

    Hands: Briarheart

    Type: Medium

    Trait: Divines

    Enchantment: Stamina

     

    Legs: Briarheart

    Type: Medium

    Trait: Divines

    Enchantment: Stamina

     

    Feet: Briarheart

    Type: Medium

    Trait: Divines

    Enchantment: Stamina

     

    Necklace: Hunding's

    Type: Jewelry

    Trait: Bloodthirsty

    Enchantment: Weapon Damage

     

    Ring 1: Hunding's

    Type: Jewelry

    Trait: Bloodthirsty

    Enchantment: Weapon Damage

     

    Ring 2: Hunding's

    Type: Jewelry

    Trait: Bloodthirsty

    Enchantment: Weapon Damage

     

    Weapon 1: Hunding's

    Type: Maul

    Trait: Precise

    Enchantment: Stamina Absorb/Damage Health Poison IX

     

    Weapon 2: Hunding's

    Type: Bow

    Trait: Infused

    Enchantment: Weapon Damage

     

    Skill Setup

     

    Front Bar: Subterranean Assault, Brawler, Executioner, Growing Swarm, Bird of Prey, Wild Guardian

     

    Subterranean Assault is one of the skills that were recently modified. You will want to cast this skill every six skills or so. Make sure you don't cast this skill early because you will cancel that second detonation. Also, make sure you cast it again as soon as it detonates a second time.

     

    Subterranean Assault will deal more of your damage than any other skill, so it is very important to use it actively.

     

    Brawler not only does a great deal of damage but also grants you a Shield, and the more enemies you are hitting, the larger the Shield will become.

     

    Executioner deals up to 400% more damage to enemies with less than 50% Health.

     

    Growing Swarm puts Bleed DoT damage on the enemies and rips through their flesh, causing them to take 5% increased damage. Additionally, enemies near the carrier take almost 2kK Bleed Damage every two seconds for the duration, so it is also an AoE-DoT.

     

    Bird of Prey gives you 5% increased damage. Although it is not a skill that you actively use in combat, you will activate it when you are between combats because it improves your movement speed.

     

    Wild Guardian puts an insane amount of damage out. The way the skill works is that whenever your old bar is charged, you can recast him, causing him to do an AoE swipe. In addition, if you activate that swipe when the enemy is below 25% Health, the skill will cause double damage. Thus, this ultimate skill is also an Execute skill.

     

    Back Bar: Endless Hail, Razor Caltrops, Resolving Vigor, Bull Netch, Consuming Trap, Wild Guardian

     

    Endless Hail places down a large AoE of arrows, and when paired with the Maelstrom bow, it does even better damage. Every tick of this skill does more damage than the tick before. Therefore, to not interrupt those final ticks, make sure the latter completely expires before you cast it again.

     

    Razor Caltrops places Major Breach on the enemy. In every solo build, you should have a source of Major Breach. In group content, you don't have to run your own source of Major Breach, and you could replace it with any other AoE-DoT. However, you will want to keep the skill here in Blackwood because Razor Caltrops is being buffed to do more damage.

     

    Resolving Vigor is one of the strongest HoTs in the game. It only lasts four seconds, though. Thus, you will only want to use it when you are in a pinch.

     

    Bull Netch is also a skill from the Animal Companion Skill line. It restores 5K Stamina over 25 seconds, and it grants you Major Brutality, increasing your Weapon Damage by 20%. With this skill, you can forgo the Essence of Weapon Power potion and go with the Essence of Weapon Critical potion instead.

     

    Bull Netch also removes one negative effect from you every five seconds. Most importantly, this skill costs nothing to cast.

     

    Consuming Trap does a solid DoT, and every time an affected enemy dies, you will get all three of your resources back, including a ton of Stamina.

     

    Wild Guardian must be slotted on both the front and back bar so that the grizzly doesn't vanish.

     

    Passives

    ·    Class: All Passives

    ·    Weapon

    ·    Two-Hand: All Passives

    ·    Bow: All Passives

    ·    Armor

    ·    Medium Armor: All Passives

    ·    World: None

    ·    Guilds

    ·    Undaunted Guild: All Passives

    ·    Racial: All Passives

    ·    Alchemy: Medicinal Use

     

    Rotation

     

    The Solo Stamina Warden rotation is pretty simple. For boss fights, keep your buffs and DoTs up, then swing your Brawler until things are dead!

     

    For trash fights on the solo Stamden, you will be able to knock the enemies down with a few Brawls.

     

    ·   Prebuff by casting the Bull Netch

    ·   Apply Dots Endless Hail > Razor Caltrops > Growing Swarm

     -Barswap-

     

    Subterranean Assault > Brawler x5 (repeat unless reapplying back-bar DoTs/buffs)

    ·    Spammable is Brawler until enemy HP is at 32%

    ·    Spammable is Executioner at 32% and below UNLESS you have multiple enemies around, then stick with Brawler

    ·    Keep Bull Netch active to help sustain

    ·    If you have sustain issues, use and apply Consuming Trap on mobs that are going to die to get Stamina, Health, and Magicka back!

    ·    Until you unlock caltrops, use Winter's Revenge

     

    Champion Point Setup


    Warfare Tree

    CP Level

    Perk

    Points

    0-60

    Precision

    20

    60-210

    Fighting Finesse (slot)

    50

    210-270

    Piercing

    20

    270-420

    Deadly Aim (slot)

    50

    420-570

    Master at Arms (slot)

    50

    570-720

    Thaumaturge (slot)

    50

    720-780

    Tireless Disciple

    20

    780-810

    Quick Recovery

    10

    810-870

    Preparation

    20

    870-930

    Battle Mastery

    20

    930-1020

    Mighty

    30

    1020-1080

    Battle Mastery

    20

    1080-1140

    Elemental Aegis

    20

    1140-1200

    Hardy

    20

    1200-1230

    Quick Recovery

    10

    1230-1290

    Blessed

    20

    1290-1350

    Eldritch Insight

    20

    1350-1410

    Flawless Ritual

    20

    1410-1500

    War Mage

    30

    1500-1560

    Flawless Ritual

    20


    Fitness Tree

    CP Level

    Perk

    Points

    0-150

    Boundless Vitality (slot)

    50

    150-300

    Rejuvenation (slot)

    50

    300-345

    Tumbling

    15

    345-375

    Mystic Tenacity

    10

    375-435

    Heros Vigor

    20

    435-585

    Bloody Renewal (slot)

    50

    585-735

    Ironclad (slot)

    50

    735-780

    Tumbling

    15

    780-840

    Defiance

    20

    840-864

    Hasty

    8

    864-924

    Tireless Guardian

    20

    924-1014

    Fortification

    30

    1014-1038

    Hasty

    8

    1038-1098

    Sprinter

    20

    1098-1188

    Savage Defense

    30

    1188-1206

    Nimble Protector

    6

    1206-1266

    Bashing Brutality

    20

    1266-1386

    Mystic Tenacity

    40

    1386-1406

    Piercing Gaze

    10

    1406-1556

    Tempered Soul

    50

    1556-1616

    Piercing Gaze

    20


    Craft Tree

    CP Level

    Perk

    Points

    0-150

    Steed's Blessing (slot)

    50

    150-300

    Breakfall

    50

    300-345

    Wanderer

    15

    345-375

    Steadfast Enchantment

    10

    375-465

    Rationer (slot)

    30

    465-690

    Liquid Efficiency (slot)

    75

    690-870

    Wanderer

    60

    870-990

    Steadfast Enchantment

    40

    990-1140

    Fortune's Favor

    50

    1140-1290

    Gilded Fingers

    50

    1290-1380

    Out of Sight

    30

    1380-1500

    Fleet phantom

    40

    1500-1599

    Soul Reservoir

    33

    1599-1749

    Treasure Hunter (slot)

    50

    1749-1884

    Inspiration Boost

    45

    1884-2034

    Meticulous Disassembly

    50

    2034-2259

    Master Gatherer

    75


    That is the build of Solo Stamina Warden. If you like Lucky Ghost's video, be sure to like and subscribe to his channel.

     

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