I saw this thread and thought I must try this without a WW/WotB build and not a tank build.
Obviously I was going to be well over the current winners time but my goal was to beat Bandycam's 10 min recording.
I play self found 100% and use this build. http://us.battle.net/d3/en/calculator/barbarian#acQRVk!dZY!bZZaZc
For high MPs with a LS EF and blood lust rend.
Switch to ravage rend with a no-LS EF for low MPs.
The premise is cc and cd (hence OP and Revenge crit runes) relying on the AoE of OP, Revenge and Rend, the healing from crits allowing me to eat any affix effects on MP10 and successfully allows me to stay in Azmos pools as well as anything else champs and rares throw at you.
My usual gear (while not optimized because of being self found) allows me to tackle anything in MP10. http://eu.battle.net/d3/en/profile/Anuhart-2131/hero/6733900
Obviously the budget challenge was going to change things, a lot.
After a few tries and swapping skills and passives around but keeping the build idea I came almost full circle, kept the passives as usual, swapped bash for frenzy maniac and AR rune on WC to Armor rune. http://us.battle.net/d3/en/calculator/barbarian#WcQRVk!dZY!cZZaZa
Try as I did to remain in pools, using adds for heals, the insta-gibb probability of a fireball on top of overlapping pools was far too real. So leaving overlapping pools was a must.
With my internet, the video will take 12+ hrs to upload and render my internet otherwise unusable so if I do upload it, it will have to be at some convenient point.
I will however post some screen shots.
Gear cost 645,641 gold. 5 mins at AH.
Engage at 0.20.
Bandicam hit 10 min with Azmo at 10%.
On hitting 10 min, Diablo 3 was minimized by Bandicam to give me a nice little 'buy now' pop up. Note the fireball heading directly for me.
Getting back to Diablo 3, I found myself still alive and hit record again.
Azmo kill at 1.12.
10 min - 20 secs = 9.40 first vid.
9.40 + 1.12 = 10 min 52 secs. Not anywhere near competitive but a lot of fun even though I failed my own 10 min challenge.
Some moments of divine intervention. Praise a carrot!