The Best Attack Frontline Artifact Rolls
In this guide we are going to have a look at the Attack Artifacts of Infinity Kingdom. For this one, we are going to look at the world of Primary and Secondary rolls on your attack artifacts. We will go over which rolls are better in what scenarios.
Attack Roll Attribute Pool
|Primary attributes||Secondary attributes||Bonus|
|Physical Attack Rate (%)||Physical Attack Rate (%)||Surge (energy reg.)|
|Physical Attack Value||Physical Attack Value||Iron Fist (physical dmg)|
|Magical Defense Rate (%)||Magical Attack Rate (%)|
|Magical Defense Value||Magical Attack Value|
|Accuracy Rate (%)|
|Physical Defense Rate (%)|
|Physical Defense Value|
|Magical Defense Rate (%)|
|Magical Defense Value|
|Resiliance Rate (%)|
|Crit Rate (%)|
|Crit Rate Value|
|Dodge Rate Rate (%)|
Different types of Attack Immortals
You can run most front-line damage dealers on a scale from full dps to full support to utility. It all depends on your specific build. Some Immortals have a main role of providing utility to the fight and dosen’t deal any significant damage. Other Attack Immortals deals massive damage but provide little to no utility!
There are also a few Immortals that should always be run in a specific way as the archetypes of the three melee Immortal types.
(1) an Immortal like Manco and Alexander the Great is a pure Physical Damage Dealer.
(2) William and Attila are Ultimate Ability Based Utility & DPS.
Other Immortals such as like William, Hippolyta, Attila, Ramesses, Saladin, Ragnar, Herald, and so on, can be placed on a scale from Physical Damage to Utility.
The best rolls for your specific Immortal depends entirely on the sub-type of Attack Immortal you are running and on the build you use it in. Therefore, I am reluctant to make a simplified list of the best rolls. Instead, we need to dive deep and understand each of the three archtypes of Attack Immortals and their individual Best In Slot Artifact Attribute Rolls.
Therefore I want to dive a bit deeper then merely presenting the options of rolls. Please see my individual guides on each of the three types above!