This build has been archived as of 00:12, October 23, 2009 (UTC), for the following reasons:

  • Generally only used in Hexway
  • Removal of Team Arenas 10/23/09

This build had been designed for the following use:

This build was in the category No category specified before being archived.

This build uses Depravity to produce ample e-denial and pressure to opposing casters. With the inclusion of various types of hexes and condition-transfer, this build accomplishes both shut-down as well as noteworthy team support.

Attribute and Skills

<pvxbig> [build prof=n/any curses=12+1+1 soul=12+1][depravity][faintheartedness][defile defenses] [foul feast][plague sending][rip enchantment][optional][resurrection signet][/build] </pvxbig>


  • Radiant armor, highest Vigor rune affordable, Attunement or Vitae runes.
  • A Curses focus with a "Forget Me Not" inscription (for higher chances of hex stacking on more targets) and a Fortitude mod or an Aptitude mod.
  • A curses staff with a HCT incription and an insightful headpiece. The suffix part is up to the player. Fortitude for more health, or mastery for higher curses.
  • Standard Defensive sets.


  • Moving in, select your target (preferably a Monk) and hex with Depravity. If the monk is already enchanted (probably pre-veiling), quickly use Rip Enchantment and then hex with Defile Defenses.
  • Hex melee foes with Faintheartedness.
  • Foul Feast harmful conditions off of your healer, like deep wound, cripple and daze. Make sure to keep blind off of your frontliner(s) as well.
  • Return those conditions with Plague Sending.
  • Use your optional slot as necessary.



  • Hex removal.
  • General caster hate.
  • Ironically, energy denial.
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