Devastator is a close-range melee attack class that deals tons of damage with AOE Abilities and can also tank many hits from the enemies. You can get close to enemies and just hold the fire button to shoot and run around the enemies while dealing damage to them.
In this guide, we tell you an OP Endgame Devastator Build that you can run in the campaign to the endgame of Outriders Worldslayer.
OP Devastator Build
The build we are going for will mainly focus on the Bleed and Anomaly Power. With the Bleed status effect, you will deal more damage to the enemies and with the Anomaly Powers, you can make your enemies vulnerable and put down their defenses to deal more damage. This build will also focus on getting more health back along with Armor buff and Cooldown while we are dealing damage to enemies because we’ll be tanking many hits and we don’t want to die in the middle of the fight. The Armor Buff will let you tank more hits and the cooldown will reduce the time of your abilities and the life leech effect will get you gain health back while fighting the enemies.
We’ll go through the weapons, gear, and skills that you want to run for this build.
For the primary weapon, you want to use the Juggler. The Juggler is an assault rifle that will let you run and gun around the enemies and you’ll take fewer hits but while you deal damage to them, the Life Leech of this weapon will get you back some of the health. The mods that you want to put on the Juggler are Scrap Grenade and Radiation Splash. Scrap Grenade does huge Anomaly damage to the enemies in a 5-meter radius. Radiation Splash causes a small explosion that inflicts vulnerability to the enemies when you reload the Juggler.
The secondary weapon that you want to equip with the Juggler is Deathshield. Deathshield is perfect for close-range combat and it has much more life leech than the Juggler meaning you’ll receive more health while dealing damage to enemies. The mods that you want to put on Deathshield are Fortress and Moaning Winds. Fortress will buff your current armor as you take hits and it also increases the damage by 30% for 10 seconds. Moaning Winds will create a blast around you that deals tons of damage to enemies in a range of 8-meters when you reload Deathshield.
The Ger that you want to equip for this build is the Seismic Commander’s set that includes Helmet, Chest Piece, and Leg armor. This gear will mainly increase the bleed effect on enemies by 50%.
The helmet piece has a life leech effect that will get you your health back. The mods that you want to equip with the helmet piece are Despair and Blood Shock.
The chest piece will give you a cooldown reduction along with status power. The Mods that you want to equip on the chest piece are Second Quake and Earth’s Legacy.
The leg armor piece will give you status power and cooldown reduction. The mods that you want to put on the leg armor piece are Tainted Blood and Captain Hunter. Tainted Blood will increase the bleed damage and Captain Hunter will give you additional damage against the bosses.
The gloves that you want to equip with this gear are Yruuk Otarah’s Gloves. These will give you status power and cooldown reduction. The gloves will buff Gravity Leap even more. The Boots that you want to equip with this gear are Engine Liquidator’s Boots. These will also give you status power and cooldown reduction along with Anomaly Power. We want to put the Untamed Power mod on the boots to get an increase in Anomaly Power.
For the skills, you want to equip the Earthquake, Golem, and Gravity Leap. The earthquake will let you disrupt the enemies and you can easily make your plays while they are disrupted. Golem will let you tank more of the incoming hits. Gravity Leap will let you go into the air and strike the enemies and it will also disrupt the enemies in a small area.
For the Class Tree, you want to focus on the bottom nodes because they will increase the Anomaly Power and cooldown reduction. Now the Skills that you want to equip from the Class Tree are Paladin, Bloodbath, and Strong Arm of the Anomaly or Blood Donation.
Xenoblade Chronicles 3: How to level up fast
Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is the new JRPG, with its big world to explore which is followed by pathways and different outcomes. The game has different systems like any RPG from classes, equipment, upgrades, resources, etc. There is also an affinity system that can help you build good relationships with different communities within the game, which will further give you permanent bonuses.
In this guide, we are going to tell you more about the leveling system of the game. We will help you in leveling in the new Xenoblade Chronicles 3 using different methods in-game.
Leveling Up Fast
You have to keep in mind that Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is a long game that will take more than 40 hours to complete as it has side quests as well as the main questline. So, leveling up faster in the game will help you a lot in fighting the bosses and different enemies because the world of Xenoblade Chronicles 3 is filled with different bosses with different difficulties.
You can follow the main storyline which has a fixed outcome that will help you in leveling up when you complete a quest. You can follow different side quests to help you in leveling up faster and it will ultimately help in the main questline as well. Fighting bosses that are higher level than you will be a pain for you that’s why it is advised to level up fast. So, you won’t have to face any difficulty fighting high-level bosses.
EXP is the in-game metric which determines that how much you’ve leveled to a certain level. Here are different methods you can follow to help yourself in leveling up fast.
You can eat in your camp which will give you an EXP bonus. You can use it to craft different dishes for yourself. When you learn each new dish, it will also give you an EXP boost by 5%.
Fighting different monsters also give EXP boosts. There are Elite Monsters and some Rare Monsters as well in the game. Elite monsters have a blue aura with them. Whenever you’ve defeated an Elite or Rare monster it will give you an EXP boost and they will also leave a marker on the map for the monsters.
You can explore the world of the Xenoblade Chronicles 3 and there are different NPCs as well. You can interact with them and it rewards with EXP as well.
You can do Side quests; they are marked with an exclamation mark. You can do the side quests they will give you EXP helping you in leveling up.
Exploring new areas
You can explore new areas in-game, and you can check your map to see the unexplored areas. When you explore a new area, you will get an EXP bonus which will help you in leveling up. There are also different and new colonies which you can explore which will help you in leveling as well.
Extra EXP is like normal leveling up but it builds up and accumulates as you play the game. These are the additional EXP bonuses that you will get doing for certain activities. You don’t have to do anything major to get this they are part of the game. These are a few things additional EXP applies to.
- Doing chain attacks on enemies with low health
- Exploring new places/areas and colonies in the world
- Rest in camps and talk to your team in the camps.
- Participating in Skirmishes.
Xenoblade Chronicles 3: How to Unlock Classes & Change Classes
In Xenoblade Chronicles 3, there are different characters in your party and you’ll play alongside them throughout the whole game. There are also various classes in this game that you’ll be able to unlock after the 2nd chapter.
In this guide, we’ll tell you how to Unlock Classes & Change Classes.
In order to unlock a class, all you have to do is complete the main quest of the story and as you progress through the story, new characters will join you. With new characters in your party, you’ll unlock new classes. You’ll also be notified about the class you unlock.
The character that joined, you can also complete quests with the character and you’ll immediately unlock that character’s class. It is a great way to unlock a class that you like by completing a quest with that class’s character.
After you’ve unlocked a class, you can immediately equip it or if you want to equip a class manually, you need to pause the game by pressing X. Then go to the main menu of the game and open the Character’s Tab. There you’ll see all of your characters, select a character that you want to change the class of, and then you’ll see all the available classes for that character. Select the class that you desired for that character.
Changing the class of the character will also change its clothes according to the class so it is also a way of changing clothes in the game but keep it in mind, that changing the class will change the playstyle of that character as well.
Xenoblade Chronicles 3: What is Nopon Doubloon and what is its use
In Xenoblade Chronicles 3, there are many things in the game that’ll confuse you and one of those things is a Nopon Doubloon. You would have seen in the game that in many places, the game asks for Nopon Doubloon to fulfill an action if you don’t have a certain material.
In this guide, we’ll tell you what is Nopon Doubloon and what is its use.
What is Nopon Doubloon
Nopon Doubloon is like a rare currency in Xenoblade Chronicles 3 just like the regular currency G – Coin. This currency comes in two forms, Silver Nopon Doubloon & Gold Nopon Doubloon. The reason why it is rare is that you can only get Nopon Doubloons in a very small amount. It is hard to come by and you’ll be able to find it after the 4th chapter of the game in Fornis Region. There are many containers spread out in the Fornis Region and by obtaining these containers, you’ll get a small amount of Nopon Doubloons.
There are also Unique Monsters in the Fornis Region from which you can get Nopon Doubloons. By defeating one of the unique monsters, you’ll get Nopon Doubloons and also unlock a fast travel point location.
What is the Use of Nopon Doubloon
There are many materials that you get by looting and defeating enemies. You use these materials at the Rest spot to craft the gem or cook the meals. If you don’t have the material, you’ll get the option to use Nopon Doubloons instead of the material. It works as a substitute for material or an ingredient.
You can also use it to buy rare items and accessories from the Nopon Merchant in the Fornis Region. You can buy the goods with both Silver & Gold Nopon Doubloons from this merchant. You can also use this currency to raise the class levels and complete cards in the Collectopaedia