This build is still being created and is not yet ready to be rated.

This build has been designed for the following use:

The Backbreaker Support monk uses his fast recharging chain to disable key members of the opposing team while providing support to the backline and a hard res.


Frequently seen in high-ranked GvG battles.

Attributes and Skills

<pvxbig> [build prof=Monk/Warrior Healing=11+1+1 Divine=10+1 Hammer=10][Burst of Aggression][Backbreaker][Belly smash][On your knees][Heal area][Ethereal Light][Cure Hex][Resurrect][/build] </pvxbig>


  • Brawler's Insignias on all armor pieces
  • Superior Vigor rune, and 3 Runes of Attunement
  • Vampiric Hammer of Fortitude (15^50)
  • Zealous Hammer of Fortitude (15^50)
  • Ebon Hammer of Fortitude (15^50)
  • Furious Spear of Fortitude with +10 armor shields vs each damage type



  • Build up adrenaline with Burst of Aggression
  • Find a suitable target for your chain - you can use it on frontliners to blind them and take pressure off your backline, or on monks to disable them for a short period of time
  • When you have enough adrenaline, us your chain: Backbreaker -> Belly Smash -> On your knees! -> Heal Area
  • This will heal you and recharge Burst of Aggression so you can repeat the chain with full health and recharged skills
  • Support your party with Heal Area - stand close to the party member before casting it. Especially use it if someone is taking pressure from a dangerous frontliner.
  • If you are under pressure, and Heal Area is recharging, use Ethereal Light on yourself
  • Use Cure Hex to remove dangerous hexes like [[Diversion], [[Shame], [[Visions of Regret] and [[Mirrored Stance]
  • Use Ressurect to bring your monks back to life efficiently



  • Standard melee counters



  • [[Light of Dwayna] instead of Resurrect for AoE resurrection
  • [[Wild Blow] instead of "On your knees!" - use it before Backbreaker to remove any blocking stances
  • [["For Great Justice" (PvP)] instead of "On your knees!" - use it with Burst of Aggression for faster adrenaline gain


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