| This build is not favored by the GuildWiki community.
The general consensus among users of GuildWiki is that this build is not viable. It was found that this build is entirely too 1337 for the community and should be used in only situations that have an extreme need for this unbeatable build.
This build relies on its supreme self-healing to provide the greatest monk build that has ever been tested.
Attributes and Skills
|Monk / Dervish||Attribute Rank|
- Any with armor bonus while enchanted or in stance
- Any weapon with 20% enchant mod.
- Offhand with +45/-2 while enchanted.
As soon as the match starts, cast Balthazar's Spirit on yourself. This will provide you with a great deal of energy when things get rough. To be the most effective, you should charge into the enemy before your teammates using Conviction, Mystic Regeneration, and then Watchful Healing. This way, all the enemies will attack you for a few moments before they realize that it is impossible to kill you. Once this happens, they will quickly attempt to kill your teammates, which is the boring part. Just sit there, keeping up Conviction and Mystic Regeneration at all times, being prepared to cast other skills as needed. If someone tries to be smart and catch you off guard, just cast Vital Boon and/or Watchful Healing and cast Signet of Pious Light. This will give you an extreme amount of hp to tank out further damage. Hopefully, your teammates die rather quickly, too speed up this boring part of the match. If a teammate dies, just ressurect them with Unyielding Aura. The goal is for you to be the only one on your team left standing so that you can be proclaimed as the hero. If it is at all possible, try to get all your allies ressurected with Unyielding Aura and watch the enemies health bars very closely. This assures you that you will be the last one standing. When the last enemy is about to die, suddenly drop all the enchants on your allies to kill them (don't worry, they don't recieve death penalty!). If all goes well, the enemy will die and you will be the only one left making you the obvious dominator of the match. Yes, YOU, a monk! I know you've never had this oppurtunity before, but you saved the day! Hopefully, you were able to time it just right so that your allies were only dead for a split second before being rezed with the 'Victory!' text. If not, the sudden death of all your allies may make your allies reply, "WTF?!" or something to that effect, but simply state that, "The mesmer disenchanted it! They knew I had it!" Hopefully your teammates are still in amazement from your outstanding victory that they are completely oblivious to the fact that there never was a mesmer on the opposing team.
Unfortunately, there currently are no counters other than the user of the build. The only way to beat a team with this build is to beg the user to leave. Yes, this build is just that 1337.
While I would love to take full credit for this build, I feel that that would be quite selfish of me. In truth, I could have never done it without all the newbs in the community. Yes, the newbs help create the latest and greatest unbeatable build. In truth, every newb who has ever died while I was monking for them has helped. It was these newbs who died and continued to scream 'REZMER!' that inspired me. They always seemed to expect me, a monk, to carry a rez in a pvp situation. The audacity... Many a times, I'd pretend that I did indeed have a rez, except I had already used it on them. But I knew...deep...down...inside...that I had lied, and I never did actually carry a rez. The guilt...was unbearable...I contimplated monk suicide, but I decided to give all the newbs exactly what they asked for...and the legend was born...