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It's almost impossible to hit 100k without awe enhancements and a normal damage range weapon, even at max level.
At max level with lvl 83 Full Luck (no Awe Enhancements), from soloing the Doom Overlord 2 times my average was ~75-85k crits, every now and then hitting above 90k and only over 100k once.
It's a little weird to put Immortal Chronomancer into a DPS chart, because the whole gimmick of the class is critting with the nuke and it makes an immense difference if you deal lets say 20k damage non crit, instead of ~70k damage crit. In general, I find Immortal Chronomancer quicker on higher hp bosses than mostly any class out there, even without support classes. Immortal Chronomancer also scales better with damage boosts than any other class that isn't Chrono DragonKnight. The more damage boosts you have, the further it pushes the capability of IC in comparison to other classes. With a simple 15% damage boost and Spiral Carve, you should be able to reach 100k frequently, once you learn the pattern. Even just with 1-2 Spiral Carve procs, even without damage boost, you should be able to hit that 100k mark. You will be surprised how much a couple Awe Crits can affect your nuke's damage. I have once hit 180k, without damage boosts, basically double my normal damage, because of enough Spiral Carve Crits.
You will generally not hit as high on your first nuke, because you wont have the 30% damage buff from Taking Eternity to empower your 10 seconds of attacks. Once you have everything set up though, you will be able to constantly deal immense amounts of damage with every use of Speed Abrasion.
When setting up your buffs, you first want to apply both Infinity Rift and Temporal Rift a minimum of 4 times each, this is done by alternating between 5 and 2, starting with 2 if you want to apply 4 Temporal Rifts first and starting with 5 if you want to apply 4 Infinity Rifts first. It doesn't really matter which one you start with generally, unless you are trying to solo something that requires you to be able to heal as much as possible, as quickly as possible, but doing this will lower your damage for future nukes though, until you let Infinite damage (the damage buff) fade and reapply it with higher stacks of Infinity Rift.
When you have made your first rotation of skills, depending if you choose to stack the secondary Rift (the one you chose to apply last) to 4 or 5, you should be able to use 5>2>5 (if you did 4 Secondary Rifts) or just 5 (if you did 5 Secondary Rifts) to apply Temporal Rift. Once you have applied Temporal Rift, keep alternating between 2 and 5 until you have used 5 a total of 5 times (including the one that activated the first Temporal Rift), this should align well with the 10 second time frame, due to the start of the timer being the first use and then 4 more uses is just slightly above 10 seconds, but it's important to do it, because it allows you to apply Temporal Rift by simply pressing 5 after you use Speed Abrasion. You will have to keep count of your Deadlock Stacks and play accordingly, in the case you should miss with a 2 or 5, throwing off the regular pattern. It's something that may take a little while to get the hang of, but once you have it learned, the whole process will more or less be second nature, even with immense amount of lag, I can still pull off the same kind of damage.
The keys are unsellable, so there's not much discussion about that, but it still follows the general sellback rule of a 90% sellback within 24 hours, so the Wiki will of course represent that.
< Message edited by Metakirby -- 4/26/2018 19:58:06 >