Jinks.2057 Posted October 11, 2017 Share Posted October 11, 2017 @Malafaia.8903 said:@Jinks.2057 said:@Heimskarl Ashfiend.9582 said:@Jinks.2057 said:@Razor.6392 said:Press 1-2 from range and let your pet do work. Druids have arguably even less thought behind their gameplay so you should be good to go.Ranger was made for players who can't attain higher skill floors. Why do you say that?Me and my family get together to play GW2 at my house 2-3 times a month. Can get up to 7 people but generally 3-5 range. Just all around great times doing PvP, WvW, and some light open world PvE (usually later after a multitude of beverages)Now one of the best parts is my nephew gets to play and has an absolute blast. He's got downs syndrome and the only class he can actually play and have any success with is ranger. We've tried to get him on other classes like Warrior, Necro, and even guard but he can't get the results that he can get with ranger. He contributes to the group and his manic laughter when stomping ppl makes it all worth while.That answer your question?So, your point is if you play as a Ranger and fight newbies who don't know how to defend themselves is really easy to play, yes, it is. You explod a lot of damage and BOOM, they're down. I kill some people without them even making a move: knockback, entangle, burst dmg, GS, leap, interrupt, burst dmg, and if they're still alive another pet interrupt and they're down for sure. But if you're playing ranked on silver+ things don't work like this.In fact i think it's easier to play as a Guardian or a Necro, a lot more sustain and possibilities to wait for an error from your opponent.So, please, stop with this kitten of "if you play as ranger its just lb4 -> lb2 pew pew, win". If you think this is how it works you need to play this class a little more.Point is simple.My mentally challenged nephew can play ranger with success.I honestly can't think of a more definitive way of identifying a low skill floor/ceiling. Can you? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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