I’ve been building a 320/120 build for my hume sch/rdm and have everything except for a couple items, Temenos AF material, and 3 merits till 5/5 int. Actually, with all that I’ll have 321/120 counting food and weather.
My current skill set up is 317 skill, 5 macc and 119 int counting food and weather (not counting staff however). I haven’t had a chance to try this out on anything other than NW Apollyon KB and Ulli. So only 1-2 dozen nukes, not a big enough sample size but still not a single resist in this skill setup.
I’ve read Kaeko’s post on macc vs skill vs int, also read dozens of the posts on macc vs skill. With all the gear choices that are within my reach, I can hit a build with 326 skill 9 macc and a measely 105 int. Basically the difference is druids over mahatma slops, numerist over goliard feet, balrahn over tamas, omega over snow.
Is this a more accurate set than a 320/120? With the assumption that 1 macc = .9 skill and 2 int = 1 skill (.9 skill?) it works out to be a more accurate set.
I’ve heard as a blm that you want to shoot for over 330 skill for resistive hnm, but I do not know if you try to keep the same 120int or if you can drop your int for skill and macc. Or is the idea of 120 int just to keep reasonable damage.
I apologize for the incoherent rambling. What's your perspective on building the strongest possible elemental magic accuracy set?