is a link to my mechanics guide for the Control Wizard class in mod 11.5. For those who are on PC, a version updated for mod 13 can be found here.
If you are looking for builds for the CW class, you may as well close the tab now, there are none to be found here. This is a guide for class mechanics, not a cookie cutter build and I am going for the, "teach a man to fish" approach here.Credits:@agatagdr
Told me about Maelstrom of Chaos being useable under control effects. Also proofread the original version of the mod 8 version of this guide.@dairyzeus
reminded me the Rubellite set exists.@darthtzarr
for acting as my target dummy in PVP when testing Control Resistance and for helping me to check Feytouched.@d66723225
: Simplified the formulae and added illustrations for each equation in the weapon enchant comparison.@falkon84
: Provided his own simplified version in addition to some tools in the weapon enchant comparison.@gildriador
for pointing out I had forgotten Chilling Control.@greyjay1
: pointed out the formula had been simplified too far and was excluding Vorpal+Dread in the weapon enchant comparison. Also helped to proofread the current edition of this guide.@micky1p00
provided the formula for basic damage calculations. Also proofread and provided some criticism of the weapon enchant comparison.@rjc9000
for taking the time to proof read my guide, give me snarky criticism and suggest some improvements.@rsdag
proofread this edition and provided criticism of some of my explanations. Also helped testing damage scaling and added to my explanations of AP gain. He also tested the Wheel of Elements, helped me test Aura of Courage and read over and improved my At Will and Daily Power comparisons. He also helped me test ability ranges.@theosymphony
for setting the standards for guide writing high in the early stages of Neverwinter. This community misses you.@theraxin#5169
for telling me about the Ice Knife+Lightning+Combustive Action bug.@xyrella
for proofreading and looking for mistakes.@zeusom
Created a picture listing consumables.
Anyone reading this, for making the time and effort that was put into compiling this guide worth something.