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Dude, you should try the Zeus special on the bow hidden/4th aspect in Hades once. You don't even need to invest anything into that aspect for it to work perfectly. Probably the most fun run I've had till date.
Ah I'll check it out! My best build so far is:

1. Adamant rail (any aspect)
2. Daedalus upgrade that gives your special massive range and bonus damage, but it can hurt you
3. Artemis' special with a bunch of upgrades to critical chance+damage
4. Chaos upgrades to special damage

Can get it to like 1/3 critical chance and the critical hits deal 2500+ damage.
You laugh but I've reported your post.
that’s fair, at least if I go down it’ll mean this place finally took one of my suggestions
My all time Test XI is
1. Alastair Cook
2. Virender Sehwag
3. Rahul Dravid
4. Kumar Sangakkara
5. Brian Lara
6. Jacques Kallis
7. Andrew Flintoff
8. Shane Warne
9. James Anderson
10. Mohammad Amir
11. Muttiah Muralidharan

How is it ? Please comment

An okay side if you're considering sheer quality rather than adjusting for era; but it's simply not an all-time side. 6 bowlers and Sangakkara keeping is not good balance FWIW. My AT XI has none of those players.
just so you know bro i changed my pick from Anwar to S Waugh right before you chose Gayle - if you happened to want Anwar. Feel bad if you did
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