xp eke xp.6724 Posted May 16, 2018 Share Posted May 16, 2018 Every elite specialisation help the klasses to be stronger in some points they already were good.1.1: for warrior this meaned that berserk helped to be more from the spamming warrior that shoud never hit someone, but if he does it will hurt. If not he forces you to use much cds.1.2: now to a second playstile the warrior already had -> duell or punish builds. Does someone remember the old mace/sword builds? On that playstille we got the spellbreaker. Means if you spam or just don't play around him, that build has good chances to punish that. On the other way he was too slow, with spellbreaker he is fast enough to change place but still can't finish wellNow on the point we understand why they designed spellbreaker on that way, we can get an good overview on the mechanicals and changes for the class.He is less spamm able if you can play around! But even if you don't do that he has the unbuffed f-skills, means he still can't hit all. So cause you don't play around fullcounter you will loose more cds, hp or you try to abuse his low range.the booncoruppt is nice, but at least it's only to help him on the concept => punish bad playthats it. He has the one strong punishment and all other points are as weak as before. He has only passive heal, all old weapons don't have saver hits and the dagger gives the warrior a stronger mace on mainhand and on offhand a bether axe... His new skills aren't that useful, only Featherfood grace is just a bersek stance with stunbreak, still bad condiclean, not much stability, and a midground- lowground impact on teamfights.At all fullcounter is strong, on the other side without it he can't hit any player hard enough to fit his role. All on one card.. outside of that he has nothing else and a core warrior will win if the spellbreaker do one mistake. Maybe arenanet will have an bether idea to change spellbreaker on a lower risk/ reward playstile, but atm we have to live with that. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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