When you are out hunting Elder Scrolls Online items, your Elder Scrolls Online armor plays an important role. Against the many hostile mobs of Tamriel, however, the Unstoppable Juggernaut can take his armor and go through them with ease. Today we will look at how you can use this build for your Dragonknight.
Using Elder Scrolls Online Weapons to handle range
This build would not be called unstoppable if it didn’t have a lot of Elder Scrolls Online armor. And what use is having a lot of armor? Charging straight into the enemy. The primary skill bar of this build has Critical Charge (Stampede). This allows it to easily close the gap between it and its target. Thanks to the morph, your Dragonknight will also snare the target reducing their movement speed after being hit.
An alternative to charging forward, especially when your Dragonknight has been rooted, is Stonefist (Obsidian Shard). This has your character hurl a rock at the target to damage them and knock them down. The morph helps in increasing the range of the ability as well as the damage it deals.
Using your Elder Scrolls Online Weapons effectively
Aside from having strong Elder Scrolls Online armor, your two-handed weapon wielding Unstoppable Juggernaut, gets a defense boost through Cleave (Brawler). When used, it will hit enemies in a wide arc dealing damage and making them bleed. While the enemies take damage over time, your Dragonknight will gain a damage shield. Note that the strength of the shield increases for each enemy hit by the swing.
Another way for your character to get even more defense is through the Spiked Armor (Volatile Armor) skill. This temporarily boosts armor and spell resistance while damaging nearby enemies over time. Note that the morph also causes damage to be reflected back to melee attackers.
Taking out enemies with Elder Scrolls Online Weapons
While the Unstoppable Juggernaut has very good Elder Scrolls Online armor, it has a hard time dealing a lot of damage. Playing this build, you will need to use Reverse Slash (Executioner) to finish off your targets. More importantly, this skill is slotted for the bonus to damage against enemies at low health.
Another source of damage will be your ultimate, Dawnbreaker (Dawnbreaker of Smiting). This deals magic damage as well as damage over time to enemies in front of your character. Note that the skill also deals more damage against undead and Daedra.