Do any grand masters out there actually bother with Combo Glyphs anymore? I tend to see more folks stacking the same Glyph rather than creating Combo Glyphs... Are they still desirable? Are they too complicated for the value of what they return? When I was playing a Dual Blades and Fire build, I used them much more often, but now that I play Dual Maces and Subterfuge, I haven't given them any thought in a long while. They feel so distant and unattractive to me as a player. Maybe they feel like that because I didn't stumble upon any of them with my new choices, or maybe I'm a bad player and I just don't understand the allure, if there is any. Anyways, here was a thought I had... My brother just started playing SotA recently, and he made the comment, "I wish there were more abilities in these trees. They feel a little empty." Which brought me to this idea: Why not treat Combo Glyphs as unlockable "hidden" Glyphs that your Avatar learns from reaching a level of skill with both of the required Glyphs in the original combo setup? Kind of like... usable Achievements. The combat equivalent of Recipe Discovery! No need to combine during combat, just add them to your Deck as normal. If players could choose these Glyphs more often over a Glyph from another tree just for the desired tactical effect, perhaps our Avatars would feel a bit more defined in theme? That was my thought. If anyone has any other ideas or thoughts, I'd love to hear them.