Artemis (Warden Bow Build) PVP
Main Role: Damage
Health, Magicka, Stamina
Weapon 1: Bow
Bow SkillPoison Injection
Warden SkillSubterranean Assault
Bow SkillAcid Spray
Warden SkillBull Netch
Warden SkillBird of Prey
Bow SkillToxic Barrage
|Light Armor||Medium Armor||Heavy Armor|
Gear and Item Set Info
5 Piece Seventh Legion Brute (Heavy)
5 Piece Morag Tong (Jewellery Bow and 1 Med Armor)
The General idea here is to make more of an up in your face bow build. The heavy armor will make you more tanky and boost the healing received from your own heals as well as others. Seventh Legion and Morag Tong will help boost your damage quite a bit.
I did this as a theory craft and it was surprisingly effective in PVP, and in minor group PVE play. DO NOT go into vet trials with this, it is not to be used for end game PVE.
The Animal skills are on your front bar to boost the damage of your bow abilities. You can run snipe if you wish but the Shalks and Acid spray together will combo for nice damage especially with 10% Poison Damage boost from Tong. Seventh Legion will heal you along with your Leeching Vines making you surprinsingly tough to take down for a bow build. You can switch Bird of Prey for Deceptive and lose Lotus for Shuffle if you want more survivability at a cost of damage. Corrupting Pollen will help you take down your targets faster thanks to Major Defile.
Your jewellery should have 2 weapon damage glyphs and 1 stamina recovery glyph.
Alt Sets: Switch Seventh Legion for Fasalla's to reduce enemy healing by an 15%. In this case I would also drop Morag Tong for a higher weapon damage set such as Hunding's. You can also run 1 Kena instead of Kragh for a little extra Weapon and Spell Damage. If you do run Kena, then The Lover Mundus would be a wise choice. If Kragh go with Serpent, Warrior or Theif.
Why Breton?: It might seem odd to pick Breton on a stam build, but the passives will help you get more out of your back bar. Plus Enchanted Growth increases stam and magicka recovery furthering your already high stamina recovery. Plus it actually gives your Magicka a use instead of being a redundant resource as it usually ends up on a Stam build.
Mundus Stone choice can be complex. Personally I like the Serpent to boost Stamina Recovery which is much appreciated on a Breton Stam build. However, you may pick The Warrior for weapon damage or The Lover for more penetration. Theif will also be useful especially if you pick Hunding's over Tong.
The reason for 2 medium is for more crit, but you can go 1 light 1 med for Undaunted Passives if you wish.
Finally, go Inpen on your Heavy Pieces and Divines on your Medium Pieces.
Champion Point Tips
You want a lot of point into the Ritual to boost your Poison damage and DOT's, but points into your Healing in The Apprentice will be useful.
You will need points into Stamina Recovery as you lack racial passives to help you in this regard. I would not worry about magicka cp as your passives already help you here.