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    HA and GvG Question

    What is people's opinion is the most used/versitile profession? excluding monk

    Just people's opinions, thanks in advance.

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    Warrior and Ranger

    Warrior is more difficult, Ranger a bit more versatile

    Difficulty:

    Warrior:
    Most: Axe
    Medium: Hammer
    Least: Sword

    Ranger:
    Cripshot
    Magebane
    Burning Arrow

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    Well in HA...

    If you are looking for an easier role that appears in most teams... I'd say ele...

    Balanced teams typically have an SH, the WoTA way has an MB and a BSurge. BBsway uses prism backline, hell even fragspike uses an ele. Ele bars are often easy to play, as long as you have a brain and follow calls.

    GvG it depends on what team build your guild favours. Trip war, as the build name suggests uses 3 wars and also a cripshot and a blood necro. Balanced typically uses 2 wars and 3 midline, then there is hexway which is what is run by 90% of teams lower ladder... The GvG hexway typically uses 2 sins 2 necros and a Mes.
    Last edited by Tyris Requiem; 04-11-2010 at 11:21.

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    Ele as a general thing. They're in 80% of teambuilds at least, fairly simple to play if you understand tactics and can fulfill so many roles in the game.

    Warriors are more prevalent, but also harder to be succesful with since it's easier to tell if you **** up.

    Rangers have traditionally been the most standardly used utility class, which can't really be held as true today. Reasons for this is both that it has one of the highest requirements for base skill required to maintain a decent level of play with the class, but also that its effectiveness depends a lot on both you, your ping and the opposing team compared to most other classes being less reliant on latency.

    The safest bet for getting a spot is still to be a good monk since they're always lacking in number, but these days it's so easy to tell the even half-decent from the good ones that it takes natural talent for it to get anywhere as well as a lot of dedication.

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