Just so you don't get too thrilled about a possible easy 200k DPS:
Going from 160 to 200k DPS with viable TR-Gear (Meaning no stuff like Mempo/Witching hour) while still keeping a SoJ on took me approximately 3 billion gold and some luck with crafts.
200k is just not as easily achievable as with other builds, but considering that Spreadsheet-DPS actually does not mean anything at all, that shouldn't be bothering you all that much. Bumping my DPS from 160 to 200 actually did not affect my EXP gain at all, 'cause I was already "one"-shotting Stygians with an EP/Bell Combo. Doesn't really get any faster than that.
i'm gonna try to get my TR monk over 200K dps somehow. I want to prove that it can be viable for DE runs and leg runs on Mp10. Maybe costly, but i hit Plvl 100 last nite, so what else am i gonna do with it. lol. I am a staunch TR fan, since the beginning.
My advice is to keep rolling gloves or buy some better ones, roll a better ammy, Ice Climbers - cause they have a socket and %life and all res (but cost a fortune)(and not sure if the nats set combo would be better with cc/cd nats ring). OH...and roll some shoulders.
That all takes time and money if you've got the time to wait
i'm gonna try to get my TR monk over 200K dps somehow. I want to prove that it can be viable for DE runs and leg runs on Mp10.
So you want to prove something that's already been common sense for like .. months? There's noone denying the fact that it's perfectly viable for any form of farming.
I guess i'm really just wanting to prove that TR can be a viable skill on MP10. there seems to be a lot of people telling me that it isnt worth it or it will never happen. I agree that its no secret that the skill is viable for farming, but a lot of people dont think you should farm with it on MP10. i'm gonna figure a way to do that and do it effectively. probably gonna get really expensive though.