It will look like similar to most builds out there, however this one takes a more different approach how to level up those skills. While some will say is better off to put max skills on something early on I will normally leave at level 3 or 4 before moving to another useful skill that later on will also be leveled up.
The idea is to at least have Tier 1 or 2 or 3 on some skills and leave them like that while putting the core ones tier 5, then you will have already some good bonuses through each area you go into, those bonuses might not be a big deal, but is better than nothing.
The build is not focusing to have the max already at early levels, is more to make certain areas and looting much smoother and help the player go at a slow pace, so pretty much this is a turtle build, for someone who cant grind every day.
Not a professional, I believe there will be people with better ways to do this build....I did this out of experience and what I expect while trying it out. So far....I liked it. Not for everyone I am sure of it.
Here is the build so far:
This isn't focused for boss hunting, while is the best way to loot items, this build was made with the idea that people are afraid or too inexperienced to go to those level 30+ bosses that has extra effects and auras, like tentacled or optics. Plus the fact, soloing titan or tendril is really only duable at much later levels for expert players, most of casual would have a hard time to deal with some of these level 40+ bosses, even more at Comers and Sons Inc..
Feedbacks are appreciated and once again, this is all due to gameplay experience, I had fun with this and I thought it was worth the run all the way up and share with this place.
I have not arrived at prestige level yet, so this is what I would have gone if I gained instant prestige levels.
P.S.: With how easy you find meds and food and drinks, I legit didn't had to worry about survivor skills from how often I found food and drink, never went below 40% on those.