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Old 03-03-2019, 01:31 AM   #82
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Originally Posted by Freakymagic View Post
Every fight you had samurai bow. tus had a t5 thraki, i had a t4 thraki.. BOTH of us used samurai bow every fight because it is far stronger then thraki in pvp.

And yes.. having 90+ epic + t3 hogs + t1 hog + 450+ agi made a difference... but still being locked to not doing anything while using every available counter to a build (yes stoics but but 30 sec shatter they are next to meaningless, have so many stoic's in your pouch you do no dmg or get consistently locked down by stuns.. lose/lose situation). Yes there are other options to not be stunned (example kriss) but again, not every option to available or logical to even try to use for every build.

And yes. losing fda or angelic can be detrimental late into bonus. However what gem did you and every other crush abusing team shatter with 30 sec cd? If the enemy had it up you shattered their stoics. Speaking as someone who has used it and fought it. Stuns are too strong.
FDA and Angelic linger for too long after you shatter. Stoic removal is instant, which is nice when you want to burst someone.

Yeah, stuns are strong. Everything has a price, and some people were too unwilling to pay the price to be stun immune.


Also I switched back to Thraki/Aliangel when you guys stopped biffing. Doesn't take more than half a second to make the switch.
Originally Posted by Glitchless View Post
If they put a nice icon on you it's beneficial if they put a mean one on the other guy it's detrimental.
Originally Posted by Glitchless View Post
The player was banned for using an exploit repeatedly without reporting it. There's only 1 proper way to profit off an exploit: report it.
Originally Posted by Huggles View Post
Old Delay/(1+haste%) = New Delay

For slow effects, use the slow % but as a negative.

Just repeat for multiple effects.

DO NOT multiply by 1+slow% to get your new delay. 1*1.4 is not the same as 1/0.6 and your answer will be wrong.
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