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Decollete

Member Since 19 Sep 2009
Offline Last Active Oct 05 2014 07:41 PM

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In Topic: pug.carrier profession

05 October 2014 - 06:57 PM

I'd say the professions you listed are good for carrying pugs.

I find it easier on Guardian because excluding stealth, I have the utitilies that you couldn't expect from PUGs to use at the right moment, like condition removal and reflection. You can also swap to Hammer for protection.

Warrior is good too because they're a very capable soloing class if everyone else is unreliable.

Elementalist can boost damage from everyone else but they are very difficult to use if you cannot rely on your teammates and your skills are less than perfect.

You have access to all utilities, might/vuln on Engineer but I'm not very good with it. Blast coordination on stealth is doubtful on pugs that you have to carry.

In Topic: "Newbie" trying to learn what he's missing

16 December 2013 - 07:14 AM

Continue working on your warrior first. I think against all other classes, it is the most straight forward profession you can choose.

If I was to start all over again and be at your level, what I would do is the following:
1. Level warrior to 80

2. Re-trait by following Nike's warrior guide in this forum

3. If dirt poor, buy a full set of lv80 masterwork gear (green), get Berserker or Knights stats.
Don't forget to buy rings, back, amulet and trinkets.

If you have extra money, buy rares for weapon and armor.

If you have a lot of extra money, buy Berserker (Power/Precision/% Crit Damage) stat exotics (orange).

4. Do world event bosses, learn about spawn times and locations here:
http://us.gw2stuff.com/

Wear the rares (yellows) that you get to improve your stats.

5. Do Citadel of Flame dungeon paths 1 and 2 (yes, even if you are wearing greens from #3)
(watch Citadel of Flame path 1 and 2 videos and just follow what everyone is doing, read about CoF in gw2dungeons.net )

When you get enough tokens, buy Berserker (Power/Precision/% Crit Dmg) stat exotic gear (orange).
Get weapons first.

6. Don't forget to do your dailies.
You'll figure out the rest of the stuff you posted (like the fountain in the middle of Lion's Arch) eventually.

In Topic: Getting Better

16 December 2013 - 06:50 AM

I haven't watched all of it but DnT fractal progression on their Twitch stream is also good when you reach 31+, you'll encounter instabilities

http://www.twitch.tv/timlankey

In Topic: Armor for open world content

16 December 2013 - 06:45 AM

Dropping some offense in exchange for additional toughness would probably be the optimal way to substitute stats for open world content. In that case, wearing knights pieces as you need them would be the way to go. Start with stat heavy pieces like Chest/Legs/Head first before moving into % heavy pieces like trinkets at the end of the spectrum.

But as for me, I just use Soldier Rings (sort of free from fractals if you run them a lot) and some Soldier pieces that I have lying around for doing open world content (example would be Teq, can't crit on some world bosses) and WvW zerging.

In Topic: Axe/Mace DPS Build for Dungeons and Fractals - 04/15/14

07 November 2013 - 08:01 AM

Hi! I would like some advice on where I should put a stacking sigil and an energy sigil?

Assuming that I use GS/Axe+Mace build, and mainly use:
Greatsword - Night/Force, Axe - Night, Mace - Battle

I can't decide if I should go:
Axe - Stacking
Sword - Energy

or

Sword - Stacking
Shield - Energy

or
<different combination/weapons>

Without going far too overboard in weapon selection and no need to reach absolute min-max.
The only thing I really want is to maximize my chance on difficult skips and additional margin of error for Lupicus.

Thanks!