Well since anyone is on my case( i wanted to use another word but you get the meaning) i decided to make this thread cause i dont even care if i get more on my "case"As the tittle says i find it ridiculous that conbags (mostly bms) can tank a full pt with just a cleric or mystic healing them.My psy (jajajaj trash Charlize,learn to play,123,gf Charlize huehueh) has 130 attack lvl and 84kish m attack.I deal to a fullbuffed bm 4ks maybe the extreme amount of 7k with crits?how is that supposed to be killed even with aa?Feel free to trashtalk
Restrict rings, I do get how you feel though, I deal around the same on a 95 atk lvl base mage with undine, it's really stupid.
i think restricting rings would be a good idea.I do understand they supposed to tank but i think being a little more "killable" would make pk more enjoyable rather than "3" bms rushing 20 ppl back cause they are undead
As the tittle says i find it ridiculous that conbags (mostly bms) can tank a full pt with just a cleric or mystic healing them.
It's meant to be that way
As the tittle says
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To be quite honest, i have to disagree with you, the warriors here are profiting from the things they are purposely supposed to profit from, which is obviously to tank and cc as many people as possible, and i don't see any problem with doing so, as a matter of facts isn't that more than half of the job a warrior has to do in pvp?! not to mention that i personally have no problem with killing warriors in pk nor 1v1s, a squad of 4-5 players should have no need to sweat on killing a full buffed warrior if the aa is good enough, as 1337 already wrote in the comments above 'it's meant to be that way'.
Alright stupid question, but I'm assuming that by Con Wr you mean Vit Wr right?The most useless shit in the entire game that does nothing but annoy and meatshield?*Being Edited for better grammatical perfection*Would you rather run around and be a useless meatshield who can't accomplish anything but repetitive stunning?Or would you rather have actual presence on the map, pretty much scaring any squad that you run up and HF, and theyburn CD's out of fear of them getting obliterated? Let's be honest, I personally hardly sit in my Def gear unless I'm tryhardingand my sole goal is not to die (In mass for example). I'm an actual on field threat. I do close to 10k-30k no HF's on some classes.Due to this I'm more likely to be the 'center of attention/focus' than a useless ass vit wr. Not to mention I'm able to assist my DD'swhile simultaneously locking down large groups of targets. Yes, it's risky. However, you have SOOO much more effectiveness on thefield and as a whole when your not a useless Vit Wr in my opinion. Also yes, any class getting AA'd by a squad can/will die eventually.WOULD YOU RATHER HELP CARRY OR BE CARRIED?