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6/26/12 1:53:55 AM#41
Originally posted by DannyGlover
not really, I blow people up in PvP with 2 buttons from max range often, I max out the DPS out score for my faction even when I think I was getting rolled, but I play a dragon and at times we are getting rolled because uneven 3 vs 3 is part of the game?
You can tank 6 of 8 instances with 3 buttons, I have done it as it gets me groups faster and I have the gear, so 2 buttons should be more than enough for a DPS.
I'm not lazy and get props even in this game but it is pretty optimal. The mechanics and scripting don't change between difficulties, just HPs, damage out, and sometimes you need to cure DoTs or purge the mob but you could have done that anyway in easier modes.
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6/26/12 4:36:12 AM#42
I spent roughly 90 hours playing the game over the past 2 weekends, ended with a character in mostly QL6 gear with a 6 different weapons unlocked + a lot of early outer ring abilities as well.
My skill set in the end was
1 - Builder
2 - Chaos attack
3 - Blade attack
4 - AoE builder
5 - Charge
6 - Defensive cooldown
7 - Defensive cooldown
My rotation was spam 1, then used 2 and 3 at five resource or against groups I would spam 4 until five resources then use 2 and 3. Sometimes I would use 6 and 7 if needed and I had 5 to start the attack or to provide mobility.
This was enough to walk through pretty much any quest I encountered.
This game does not have great combat, but that's ok for me. I played Tera which was advertised as having great combat and didn't enjoy it so for me TSW level of combat suits me. I was good at PvP in this game, very good and I think the basic combat system helps me out a lot.
So I'm happy, but if you are looking for a great combat system this game isn't it.
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