2H/Bow DPS Stamina Sorcerer
Race: Altmer (High Elf)
Main Role: Damage
Health, Magicka, Stamina
|16000 - 20000||7000 - 10000||25000 - Max|
Weapon 1: Two Handed
Two Handed SkillWrecking Blow
Two Handed SkillBrawler
Two Handed SkillReverse Slice
Fighters Guild SkillCamouflaged Hunter
Two Handed SkillRally
Sorcerer SkillAbsorption Field
|Light Armor||Medium Armor||Heavy Armor|
Gear and Item Set Info
Feet, Legs, Necklace - Dreugh King Slayer set. This is heavy armor and the two and three piece bonuses both provide weapon power. The heavy armor greatly helps in adding survivability with the first 3 passives in the Heavy Armor skill lined used. Divines should be used as armor trait.
Bow, 2h Sword or Maul, 2 rings - Agility set. Weapons should be Precise or Sharpened trait, rings should be healthy. Having the rings Healthy instead of Robust tremendously cuts down on the cost of them as well as gives you the survivability needed not to get 1 shot by dungeon bosses.
Hands, Shoulders, Head, Chest, Waist - Hundings Rage medium Divines set.All armor should have Max Stamina enchantments, and I prefer my weapons to have either Irresistible Damage enchantment or Magicka damage with Stamina returned.
***Of course mix and match armor as needed, but the exact number of set pieces is what you are going for.***
Always use Max Health and Max Stamina food while in dungeon. To make this more viable in PvP, take out Brawler and add in Critical Charge. Dark Exchange can also be replaced with Hurricane if preferred, with Hurricane doing more damage but Dark Exchange allowing for more sustain for longer fights in vDungeons/Trials.
Champion Point Tips
Thief - Tower - Warlord Lover - Tenacity / Mooncalf
Warrior - Lady - Hardy / Elemental Defender
Mage - Ritual - Mighty / Precise Strikes
The amount of champion points you allocate to each one will need to be ultimately determined by you and your exact play style. I would suggest putting 3x as many points in Mighty over Precise as your critical hits scale off your base damage anyways. Otherwise, play around and see what works best for you.