Okies, sorry I am way late on this ... holidays are KILLING my free time! :DSet 1:
Defensive TR suit.Items:
http://imgur.com/kaxcQRecommended Spec:http://us.battle.net/d3/en/calculator/monk#bcYSTk!cdU!cZcYccIdea behind the set:
This was the first set I built and I was initially doing it in order to make some vids of a lower-budget TR setup.
The price is kinda hard to determine because the set uses an ammy and boots that I found and an SoJ and Skorn that were donated.
The set ended up very defensive because I was using my main monk's gems and hellfire which gave it a relatively over-inflated dps.
You really shouldn't die with the 28k hp, 440AR and 3k LoK that this set offers!Set 2:
Offensive Inner Storm + Submission TR suit.Items:
http://imgur.com/gn7RARecommended Spec:http://us.battle.net/d3/en/calculator/monk#bcYSTk!cdU!cZcYccIdea behind the set:
This suit cost under 25m gold and was ~1/2 of the donation gold that I got from Sam through Leorrix.
This set has low-ish Crit Chance and a SW damage SoJ which makes it perfect for the Inner Storm - Submission build.
I have personally achieved 71m xp/hr with this set on my plvl15 monk. Exactly the same gear and gems as posted.Set 3:
Offensive Cyclone + Circular Breathing TR suit.Items:
http://imgur.com/3l7EJRecommended Spec:http://us.battle.net/d3/en/calculator/monk#acYSXQ!cdX!aZccbZIdea behind the set:
This suit has high enough Crit Chance (41%) without the use of a CHC Hellfire ring (in case you can't get one) to be able to use Sweeping Winds Cyclone.
I went with an All resist / phys resist / armor / STI defensive plan and it works really well.
(credit to whomever suggested that in Speedforce's TR guide thread)
This spec uses Fist of Thunder instead of Deadly Reach because it doesn't have the Spirit Regen from an SoJ.Notes:
1. I will personally run each winner through MP10 ubers if they do not already have a Hellfire ring so that they can get one and use it.
Hellfire ring is pretty much mandatory for xp/hr anyways and that is what TR is all about.
2. I am also supplying 5 Perfect Square Amethysts with each set so that the recipients have the choice to drop DPS for more survivability to match their comfort level with the spec.
I have tested each set and I can vouch for their viability at the ~22k hp level, however, it is a relatively skill intensive play style and it takes a bit to pick up. I recommend newer monks who win use the Amethysts and, when you feel like you are no longer dying, start to phase them out for Emeralds over time.
Merry Christmas everyone!
-Druin, the happy monk