Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Sway, Mar 5, 2019.
So, more damage (nice), an aggro boost and less range. Anything else unique about that bow?
 Strength bonus is also better and parry is higher.
Looks like I have my Saturday spoken for.
I am seeing the stats of the new bow as two negative effects. Increasing aggro, not good for an archer. Decreasing Range skills actual range, also bad. Compared to the Xen bow, you have to be a tank archer to use this. Tank archers are not something I'm aware of the game dynamics lending well toward as a build.
Not complaining, just saying I don't see how this is attractive other than to accomplish getting one.
It might be a novel idea to give it a third quality: Negate the Combat Movement Speed Debuff, so you can have more aggro but non-combat buffed movement speeds.
That way you have a chance to kite the mobs chasing you at close range.
he said in the live stream today it also has a higher crit multiplier or something like that, so more damage on a crit?
Well now you're talking my language.
Not a bad thing if you use a water elemental.
Its good if you got sara dreygon smashing it in the back, cuz its proly going to die that way before it reaches you LOL
cup of coffee from tim hortons, $1.60, new tires from wallmart $250, taking agro away from sara PRICELESS .
Depends on the situation. If you're going solo, aggro boost doesn't really make much a difference. The lower range is kinda sucky though, the thing would be terrible against dragons. But again, theres fights where you never get far enough away for the range to be a problem.
Its a bow that is envious of melee \o/
All I can say is air spec archers are gonna love this bow.
Will be a great situation item to add to ones weapon arsenal. They need to auras because the hate factor thing would be great if it were a aura effect It’s already limited by its range. Though that could be dicey in the spider boss room lol.
Got today, added 2/2
odd.. comma's instead of decimal points in the stats?... bug it
Yeah, this thing is really nice. I'm not a fan of the ivy look, but I do like the magic effect. It crits hard, too.
Not odd at all in most places on Earth. The US and Britain are in the minority in using a period for a decimal point.
I would say that europe and russia would be in the minority, given some large countries like China and India (couple of billion people in those two countries alone!) also use a decimal point seperator.
I'm guessing a localisation display
Separate names with a comma.