Idleon Blood Berserker Build Guide (Damage & Cooking)

Last Updated on June 20, 2022 by Samuel Franklin

Idleon Blood Berserker Build Guide (Damage & Cooking)

Use our Blood Berserker build guide to create a deadly melee fighter and cooking expert. With this article we cover the basics of building this elite class in terms of priority talents to progress your overall Idleon account. Spending lots of time in the kitchen the Blood Berserker can literally add hundreds of hours of cooking progress to your account in return for AFK hours.

Specialising in the W4 skill of cooking this advancement from the Barbarian has the talents necessary to unlock new recipes and speed up cooking gains by acquiring ladles at a rapid pace. Building further on the theme of the Barbarian zow while empowering attacks with flame themed abilities this elite class is designed with single target boss killing in mind. This Blood Berserker guide should be read in conjunction with our Barbarian build guide. Guides for all other classes and skills are available on our Idleon builds page.

Like our other elite Idleon guides there are many factors to consider at this deep point of your account progression that make each players account different. Accordingly this article guide should be considered as guiding principles which you need to apply your own account status and current Idleon goals.

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Idleon Blood Berserker Damage Build

While damage is unlikely to be the primary use of your Blood Berserker given their kitchen prowess they are well equipped for damage in the right active circumstances (boss battles) or while AFK. This is important as like the Barbarian’s zow you’ll once again need to cause devastation on all Idleon monsters with a million kills on each in order to empower your cooking skill.

idleon-blood-berserker-active-buildThis talent build below is focused on maximising your AFK gains to speed up your Apocalypse Chow completion:

  • Charred Skulls: The main investment for the Blood Berserker fighting build as you’ll often want these extra kills to reach towards your goal of a million kills across all monsters. If you’re using your Blood Berserker for fighting for other reasons (such as gaining class levels or obtaining rare resources) you could skip this investment.
  • Overblown Testosterone: Working in conjunction with the above talent you’ll be able to boost your damage range and the impact of Charred Skulls with this investment while also adding somewhere for you to spend the likely abundance of tab 1 talent points you have.
  • Symbols Of Beyond ~R: Offers a fantastic return for just  a single point given it boosts so many of your core talents from past job advancements. This should even be the first place you put a point after your elite advancement and then returning to max this after the above two are maxed.
  • Tough Steaks: Boosting weapon power this talent does offer a damage boost at the higher levels of cooking although is fairly weak to begin with and depending on your account you might even get more benefit from The Family Guy. If you have more points to spend though there are limited other options for damage boosting.
  • Fired Up/Combustion/Serrated Swipe: At this stage of Idleon progression these active talents are unlikely to significantly move the needle in terms of AFK kills per hour although you’ll need to experiment on your own account to be sure.

Idleon Blood Berserker Cooking Build

Like other Idleon characters the Blood Berserker is at home when contributing to your account through their specialised talent of cooking. A cooking focused build for this character is going to look to optimise efficiency and experience which translates into higher cooking levels and more ladles per day that can be spent to fast forward cooking time. Much of your cooking gains will come from cooking equipment, post office, cards and prayers though so don’t expect talents alone to deliver the gains of past world skills.

idleon-blood-berserker-cooking-buildThe Blood Berserker also has some unique talents to give ladles additional efficiency and finish recipes which are discussed below:

  • Waiting To Cool: With a direct boost to your cooking AFK gains rate this is likely to give you the best return for talent point investment prior to completing a material portion of Apocalypse Chow so should be maxed first.
  • Overflowing Ladle: With various methods to grab a small amount of ladles such as quests and bosses being able to feed them all to your Blood Berserker for greater gains is a fantastic boost. For this reason you’ll generally want to invest points in her as a second focus to translate ladles into better gains.
  • Apocalypse Chow: Once you start accumulating chow kills through AFK fighting this will start to become a potent multiplier to your experience and efficiency. Being percentage based you’ll want to ensure you create a base of efficiency primarily through equipment to capitalise on the boost.
  • Symbols Of Beyond ~R: As noted above in the damage build this skill is highly point efficient at one point which should be obtained at a minimum. Additional point investment can be done after the above three skills.
  • Taste Test: I’ve included this skill here to tell you simply to avoid investing talent points into it. When activated any current new recipes across your kitchens will be completed (if they have enough fire level) and if it fails you’ll retain a percentage of the fire they had. In theory this sounds good but in practice your limited talent points and long cooldown means it provides little benefit (unless you want to reset talents in between using this and your normal cooking talent set). Retaining a percentage (50% at level 100) is also actually quite weak given that most of your recipe attempts rarely add up to more than few hours as stacking fire levels is not as efficient as you might expect. This is because each requires an increasing amount of time and doesn’t add a significant amount of success. If your recipe attempts are more than a few hours to reach a single fire level it’s generally a good sign you should be investing in improvements to new recipes instead.

Written by
Samuel Franklin
Samuel Franklin is the founder and lead editor of the Games Finder team and enjoys video games across all genres and platforms.

Idleon quickly became one of Sam’s favourite games for its MapleStory vibes and ability to idle play while working on Games Finder reviews, articles and guides. His favourite character is his deadly wizard who he actively plays for his favourite game mechanic, worship tower defence.

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