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How does sotp work exactly?

Psycoprophet.8107Psycoprophet.8107 Member ✭✭✭✭
edited August 4, 2019 in Ranger

I literally get bounced around like a ping pong by holo's every engagement while having sotp active, isn't the point of using a skill that gives stability to avoid that? Cuz if it is than that skill is definitely not working at all.

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  • Yasai.3549Yasai.3549 Member ✭✭✭

    Must be one of those Holos that use Throw Mine.

    If I play a stupid build, I deserve to die.
    If I beat people on a stupid build, I deserve to get away with it.

  • Eurantien.4632Eurantien.4632 Member ✭✭✭

    Annulment sigil.

  • Psycoprophet.8107Psycoprophet.8107 Member ✭✭✭✭

    I activate the skill to test it during a match with holo cuz I noticed he does the ground slam within seconds of every engagement and with it active I get effected by the knock down every time lol

  • Stability has become less and less useful in PvP with how easy it is to remove boons. Even classes that don't have tons of it can put on annulment/revocation sigils and tear your boons off that way. I stopped using SotP and went to the stance elite just so my entire elite skill couldn't be removed in a shot or two.

  • Psycoprophet.8107Psycoprophet.8107 Member ✭✭✭✭

    @Aaron Forestman.4758 said:
    Stability has become less and less useful in PvP with how easy it is to remove boons. Even classes that don't have tons of it can put on annulment/revocation sigils and tear your boons off that way. I stopped using SotP and went to the stance elite just so my entire elite skill couldn't be removed in a shot or two.

    Ah yeah never thought about it being ripped easily by the holo lol that's my bad and is prob what was happening

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