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Geb - Rock of Gibraltar

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by Titanium__2214 updated August 13, 2020

Smite God: Geb

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Rock of Gibraltar Support Geb
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Geb Build


Build Item Magic Shoes Magic Shoes
Build Item Healing Potion Healing Potion
Build Item Chalice of Mana Chalice of Mana
Build Item Cloak of Meditation Cloak of Meditation


Build Item Shoes of Focus Shoes of Focus
Build Item Pridwen Pridwen
Build Item Staff of Myrddin Staff of Myrddin
Build Item Stone of Binding Stone of Binding


Build Item Tyrannical Plate Helm Tyrannical Plate Helm
Build Item Void Stone Void Stone

Straight Power

Build Item Rod of Tahuti Rod of Tahuti
Build Item Soul Reaver Soul Reaver

Geb's Skill Order

Roll Out

1 X Y
Roll Out
3 11 14 16 19

Shock Wave

2 A B
Shock Wave
1 2 4 7 10

Stone Shield

3 B A
Stone Shield
6 8 12 15 18


4 Y X
5 9 13 17 20
Roll Out
3 11 14 16 19

Roll Out

1 X
Geb turns into a mass of rolling earth, damaging and Slowing enemies he encounters, stopping at the first god he hits. He increases speed as he travels, his damage scaling from 75% to 100% over 3s. Once at his top speed, Geb becomes immune to Crowd Control, and will also Knockback enemy gods.

Ability Type: Line
Damage: 100 / 175 / 250 / 325 / 400 (+50% of your Magical Power)
Slow: 30%
Slow Duration: 1 / 1.25 / 1.5 / 1.75 / 2s
Cost: 50 / 55 / 60 / 65 / 70
Cooldown: 14 / 13 / 12 / 11 / 10s
Shock Wave
1 2 4 7 10

Shock Wave

2 A
Geb creates a shock wave, which ripples out from him in a cone, causing damage and knockup to all enemies. The damage decreases the further the enemy is from Geb, down to 70% at the maximum range.

Ability Type: Cone
Damage: 90 / 160 / 230 / 300 / 370 (+50% of your Magical Power)
Radius: 45
Cost: 60 / 65 / 70 / 75 / 80
Cooldown: 15s
Stone Shield
6 8 12 15 18

Stone Shield

3 B
Geb targets himself or an ally to put a Shield around. The Shield blocks all damage and lasts until its time expires or it takes enough damage to be destroyed. The Shield also cleanses any CC when applied.

Ability Type: Shield
Shield Health: 50 / 100 / 150 / 200 / 250 +15 per Geb's Level
Shield Duration: 2 / 2.5 / 3 / 3.5 / 4s
Cost: 60
Cooldown: 18s
5 9 13 17 20


4 Y
Geb pulls apart the earth, dealing Magical Damage and stunning enemy gods hit. Targets take additional damage based on their current Health.

Ability Type: Ground Target
Damage: 110/220/330/440/550
Additional Damage: 15% of current target's Health
Stun Duration: 1.6 / 1.7 / 1.8 / 1.9 / 2.0s
Radius: 30
Cost: 100
Cooldown: 90s


Geb - The Rock of Gibraltar

When anyone first begins playing SMITE their impressions on how good certain gods are is solely based on how your opponents have played them and not what their potential could be. For example, I thought Susano was trash but after being bent over and spanked hundreds of times since the Avatar update, I will no longer disrespect my man Susan.

I've never enjoyed playing overpowered gods, so I usually am always trying to master these lower-tier characters. When I first really got interested in the game, me and all my friends thought Geb was trash, so of course I had to get good with him.

After spending a lot of time with the bowling ball himself, I realized how useful he actually is. Once I was comfortable playing him I started creating "Fun" builds to just go mess around and have non-serious games. This is when I accidentally RELEASED THE BEAST.

This is a joke build and also my first guide ever, if an actual support build is what you want, just switch to that above :)




Cooldown is the name of the game with this build, that is why within the first three items I decided to max it out. This build revolves around the passive on Staff of Myrddin, but it never has to be kept up with due to its low cooldown on the passive. These items are not a regular on Geb; therefore, you're also not able to play him regularly. There are enough protections to be a little tanky with this build, but if you want more power definitely drop one of the last three and go a straight damage item like Soul Reaver or Rod of Tahuti.

Fighting Technique

The way to use this build is to run and gun. You won't be as tanky as a regular Geb, but you will be doing plenty of damage.

Here is the game plan:

  • Roll Out into the other team and try to have them as grouped up as possible (you don't want to knock them away, so don't hit them while at top-speed of Roll Out
  • Use Cataclysm to do true damage and stun them
  • After your ultimate get as close as you can to your enemy of choice and use Shock Wave twice thanks to Staff of Myrddin.

Pros / Cons


  • High damage
  • Loads of CC
  • Low Cooldown
  • Great against AA assassins

  • Early Game
  • Fewer Protections than normal
  • No health built-in


Early Game:

You will need to be very careful early on because Geb isn't scary enough yet to discourage others from going all-in on you, also your clear will be terrible for a while so don't let minions keep agro on you.

Unconventional Fighting:

Geb is a very large god, so use this to your advantage by body-blocking enemies to keep them where you want them.


This build is a blast and nobody ever sees it coming when Geb does over 1000 damage out of nowhere. I've finished many games with top damage, top kills, and fewest deaths as Rock of Gibraltar Geb. However, this isn't a serious build and shouldn't be used in ranked. GLHF!

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Kriega1 (139) | August 14, 2020 4:48am
Fixing the "meme" build:

Shoes of Focus > Stone of Binding > Pridwen > Sovereignty > Void Stone > Staff of Myrddin. If you somehow have enough gold, then sell boots for speed pot and Ethereal or Magus.

Relics will be Blink and Shell or Blink and Frenzy.
Big Damage (36) | August 15, 2020 3:29am
How good is Staff of Myrddin as a late game / boots replacement item for supports? I've considered it before due to the CC still effecting targets the same for each hit, unlike damage and heals are affected but I've never tested or opted for building it.
Kriega1 (139) | August 15, 2020 5:43am
Varies on the support. On Geb it’s good cause after you initiate with his ult you can double knockup.
Kriega1 (139) | August 14, 2020 4:44am
Ignoring the meme build, which serves little purpose in being useful (especially in its current build order), your main build has a few issues.

1. Start doesen't contain HoG. It is the meta right now to have Hand of the Gods especially since the mid season camps got tankier, including purple buff. Without it, you risk the chance of being outcleared and hitting level 2 later than the enemy duo. The start should be Guardian's Blessing, Shoes, 4 Healing Potions, Hand of the Gods.

2. Boots should be built before thebes.

3. You list Breastplate as an option when Pridwen is in the build. You should never be building Breastplate and Pridwen in the same build.

4. Tyrannical Plate Helm doesen't really make sense on Geb Support, his waveclear is kind of eh, and usually it isn't you that is pushing waves.

5. Binding is good, and so is Pridwen, but they're not core (especially Pridwen).

6. No mention of boots replacement.

7. Can add a lot more situational / counterbuild options for a Support build (e.g. Relic Dagger, Sovereignty, Myrddin, Ethereal etc...)
Titanium__2214 | August 14, 2020 2:00pm
Thanks for the advice, probably gonna update soon. I didn't think people would want a super in-depth guide since the main point of my posting was to bring a "more fun and laid-back" side of SMITE that a lot of people forget about when they get deep into the game. I was leaving that second build mostly up to interpretation for players that had more knowldge of the game, but yeah I definitely agree on the starting points you made!
silentshell (5) | August 14, 2020 4:42am
I have thought a time or two of trying Geb out in arena, since I don't play other modes...this looks like something I might like to try there if i give him a shot.
Titanium__2214 | August 14, 2020 1:53pm
The build is super fun in Arena, definitely give it a try!
Branmuffin17 (377) | August 14, 2020 3:16pm
It can work in Arena. Do the Taco thing and try to get top damage. Blink into the midst of a full health enemy team, then with the help of Myrddin, hit your 2 twice before thinking about getting the hell out of there.

Granted, I probably wouldn't build quite like that or in that order, especially in Arena. I'd probably go for Stone of Binding 2nd, Spear of Desolation 3rd, Staff of Myrddin 4th, Soul Reaver 5th, and a flex pick 6th. I wouldn't consider Tyrannical in Arena at all.
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Kriega1 (139) | August 14, 2020 4:44am
You put a lot of trust in this site...
silentshell (5) | August 14, 2020 4:50am
Kriega1 wrote:
You put a lot of trust in this site...

lol. not really..just being arena trash, i have seen and used a lot of funky stuff that actually worked there that wouldn't work anywhere else.
Mongorian | August 14, 2020 4:05am
Geb and the rock of gibraltar literally have no correlation to each other.
Branmuffin17 (377) | August 13, 2020 9:03pm
Explained well in the body, with what seems to be reasonable knowledge of the God and items. I'm okay with this as a meme build
Titanium__2214 | August 14, 2020 1:56pm
Thank you! It was the first guide I've ever made, so I just wanted it to be very simple and fun.
XSplashDaddyX | August 13, 2020 6:18pm
boogiebass (46) | August 13, 2020 6:18pm
I don't quite understand the Rock of Gibraltar build.
Titanium__2214 | August 13, 2020 6:25pm
What questions do you have specifically? The build is mostly a joke/meme build to do significant damage with a guardian that doesn't see much play in lower rankings. A more serious build that is effective in conquest can be selected in the dropdown menu next to Purchase Order.
boogiebass (46) | August 14, 2020 4:29pm
No I get that, but I mean if you wanted to do significant damage, there are other items you can pick. Particularly replacing Pridwen and Sovereignty. Maybe don't get % penetration with % penetration reduction.
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Titanium__2214 | August 13, 2020 3:11pm
Hey everyone, I hope this guide/build has been enjoyable and informative. This was my first guide ever so if you have any advice or recommendations I am excited to hear them!
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