:laugh::laugh:Geez. All I wanted was a character that throws big sticks
Warden- still the best solo class. Ranged - has his initial spear throw/yells then all melee. Can use shields to increase his melee defense/endurance. Can substitute as a tank, off-tank or off- damage dealer. Can take a lot of punishment & deal it back. Complex skill sets to get "better" skills in combat.My choices are:
- champion (gets ranged attack at level 20)
- guardian (ranged from level 30)
:crosseye: That chart is horribly confusing- yeeck! :crosseye:if you have dual wielding, is there a real advantage that will make you miss 2-handed weapons? When messing with a bunch of bad guys, wouldn't the two one-handed weapons deal out about the same damage in a given period compared to one two-handed weapon? Or are the two-handed weapons just much better because the designers gave them mega damage ratings?[/QUOTE] 1-Hd vs, 2- Hd weapons: This is just a personal preference really, the debate of which is better is debated NON-stop on the forums. The damage done is almost equal as are all the stats etc. any differences are too petty to worry about unless you're a numbers super hard-core type player. (Besides does .02 of anything really matter?) You just select which weapon-style you like best. The main difference is in WHAT each weapon type does & what you want to happen: Daggers give +1% to crit, Swords give an increase to Hit, Maces have a chance to stun, Spears do extra damage over time. etc. As a hunter I dual weld using 1 Mace at least- if I get in a melee situation I want that chance to stun my opponent so I can keep Ranged attacking him without my shooting being interrupted (very bad for a hunter). [quote="Redwolf, post: 1224923"]I still don't get it. I need to "unlock" gambit skills by using other skills in a certain order, and this charts gives the orders ... somehow [url]http://mkweb.bcgsc.ca/lotro/
Ok let's hope this all makes sense. Just enlarge to see the writing better!I just don't get it. How do I activate one of these skills, how do I pick, how do I notice it became active and how do I use it?
And what does the gambit default panel have to do with all this? Do I understand that correctly that I can't use it until level 16?
From what I know you can't unless it's the only one listed. :laugh: Jay might be right!How can I pick which quest owns the arrow?
We know. :laugh:(BTW, WRT last question, the "set quest focus" sometimes sets the arrow and sometimes it doesn't)