Hi guys! So as you all know, Gravity recently got nerfed. Well, yesterday I got my Warrior to 100 so I thought "Hey, why not see if you can make a rainbow tank build for your Warrior?" I've seen a few Gravity builds here on the forums, but none of them have video/screenshot proof that it tanks well. I was also limited by what I had in my possession (only went to buy a Prism), so if you guys have any better suggestions/addons to this build, feel free to comment about them. Either way, yesterday I was halfway soloing the Orange Wybel with this build ( @Def kept dying so it was basically me doing all the work) over and over, so I wanted to share it with you guys. But never fear, you can actually solo it without a friend who keeps dying halfway through the fight! Selvut pls no Gravity nerf again ;-; I'm pretty sure that this build can be used for any class, but I tested it only with my Warrior. Disclaimer: I have pretty good skill point armor/accessories (especially Vaward), so this build is most likely not possible for armor/accessories with lower skill points. (If someone could math for me, that'd be great xD) Armor Helmet: Morph-Stardust ☣ Yeah, this thing is amazing. Great skill point boost (up to 50 SP) and a bit of mana regen, along with +100 defense in all elements, this is a great all-round helmet. See if you can get one that's 40+ SP, but if you can't, it might not be the end of the world as we know it. Chestplate: Gravity ☣ Obviously, since this is a Gravity build... Anyway, try to get one that has only -1 Tier Attack Speed, since you'll probably end up having a slower attack speed. Anything else really doesn't matter, except perhaps not having negative spell damage. Leggings: Vaward ☣ Okay so I was originally intending to use Gemini, but I realized that I couldn't use it due to lack of skill points. So Vaward. I personally love these leggings, and they have a great skill point boost and health regen, along with no negative stats. Unfortunately, they have no elemental defense, but there's no SP requirement so they're a good all-around choice for a rainbow/tank build. Boots: Gaea-Hewn Boots ☣ Hopefully by the time you're level 100, you'll have already done the Hive, but if you haven't... well, go do it. Great elemental defense for these boots, with many defense buffs and a few negative damage stats. Skill point requirements are easily attainable, so they make a good choice for this build. Accessories Ring #1: Prism ☣ This ring is pretty neat. It's definitely needed for the extra skill point buff, so see if you can get your hands on one that's 15+ SP if you don't already have one. It also gives an extra +50 elemental defense to each element. Ring #2: Concentration Okay, so I know I don't show wearing a Concentration, but I don't own one and I don't really want to buy one so I use Raindrop ☣ instead. Actually, you can use another Prism if you need the extra skill points, but for me, I don't actually need the extra skill points so I put it towards mana regen. Bracelet: Nebulous ☣ So I also originally showed using Prowess (from the Master Hive shop) if you need the extra skill points. I didn't need them (had a flat 60 in each), so I used Nebulous, which gives +30 defense in each element, plus a bit of extra health and some damage buffs. This can also be replaced by Morph-Amethyst, if you don't have this or Prowess. (Someone check me on that, since I don't know whether your skill points will be enough with it.) Necklace: Morph-Ruby ☣ Good skill point boost, but it can be replacable for something with more elemental defense if you have enough skill points. Other good substitutes would be: the Clock Amulet, due to it giving +25 elemental defense to all, plus some extra elemental damage, Altum Spatium for its +15 all elemental defense, and of course, the XP bonus. Video + Final Thoughts Overall stats (using Nebulous and Morph-Ruby as the accessories) Defense Info: http://prntscr.com/f2q15f Stats: http://prntscr.com/f2q19a I used Bob's Mythic Spear with 2 T5 Water powders, but with 60+ skill points in each element, you could use Harwrol, Braker, or any other sort of lower skill point requirement spear. If you're another class, I'm sure you can find a good weapon to use this with. You should probably use a weapon with Normal or above tier attack speed, since Gravity has a negative tier attack speed debuff. This build has decent mana regen (4/4 for me), but your Intelliegence level is only 60+, so your spells will soon cost a lot of mana. Your walk speed is in the negatives, so you might want to have a horse handy (but if you're an Archer/Assassin, this shouldn't be much of a problem) or an Agility potion. In the video, I was VERY sloppy in how I played (due to not being used to recording lag when playing and also playing on a small screen instead of fullscreen), which made me step on the pressure plates wayyy too much, but yeah. It can be done a lot better. I only brought a few health potions, and if I had been more careful, I wouldn't have probably needed to use all of them, but yeah. I still took damage, but it tanked quite well. The only thing this build is "weak" to is Thunder (only 400~ defense) which unfortunately, the Orange Wybel does Fire/Thunder damage. Anyway, what do you guys think? Yay or nay? Tell me about it on either here or the video comments, I would love to know if I can improve this build. Thanks for reading!