#1 - 2012/11/05 05:25:00 AM
No really, they are:
Actually, in a way you can. If you monitor the Warriors buffs, you will be able to see the number of Taste for Blood (TFB) stacks that are building up and this is can indicate when the cooldowns are going to be popped and the big damage is incoming. So this allows you to be prepared for when they jump onto you and you can use your defensive cooldowns. Please understand that we are in no way saying that this damage is fine, but it does take a lot of work for a Warrior to do this and can be predicted.05/11/2012 07:13Posted by AdeyemiYeah, because clearly you should be expecting a 200k+ HC strike. I'm sorry, but there's no way you can anticipate this kind of damage as it's completely RNG and you're dead before you can react.
I never said that Warrior burst was not fine >.> I just said that the 230K crit you see here is a lot of damage and that we are not implying that this much damage from one skill is fine.06/11/2012 17:15Posted by TriumvirPlease understand that we are in no way saying that this damage is fine
''Warriors – We don’t think Warrior burst is out of control'' Ghostcrawler
What do u mean? ur Lord and Master Gregy boy told us that Warrior burst is fine! how dare u go against his divine will!
The Warrior only has one chance with their TFB. What I meant was that if you see those TFB stacks and the Warrior pops his cooldowns, if your reactions are good you can make him waste the TFB stacks. If they use up those TFB stacks on someone with their defensive cooldowns, the switch they make after is not all that scary.06/11/2012 17:23Posted by SanekoIf you pop all defenses possible as healer on yourself the thing that a warrior does is switching target and hitting the other person full in the face.
I never denied the fact that it was RNG and yes, there can be times where this happens. While you are strongly suggesting that it makes it easy to get, I would argue with. If luck is in your favor you can indeed get the stacks on your first try five times in a row, but the chance of that happening is 0.243% so I would consider the clip you linked a freak occurrence. In general though, it is something that requires you to be stuck to your target and trying many times to get to several stacks of TFB. And again, while not always possible but can help, monitoring the warriors buffs can let you know when this damage is incoming and the changes in patch 5.1 will make it harder for a Warrior to stick to a target and get those TFB stacks.06/11/2012 17:25Posted by Serpian....Please understand that we are in no way saying that this damage is fine, but it does take a lot of work for a Warrior to do this and can be predicted....
Not taking your words out of context here, but a warrior takes a lot of work to get TFB stacks to 5?
That's like doing the lottery and winning, saying it's "a lot of work".
It's RNG, simple as that, and to win games off of the back of RNG and RNG alone, is not something that should have even made it live, seeing as it's an intended mechanic and not a bug that was overshadowed on the Beta.
As we're keeping this to one thread, to prove my point at just how quick a warrior can get 5 stacks of TFB and end a match instantly, watch the following:
That fight lasts about 30seconds, maye a little more? So difficult to prevent! So easy to anticipate! Just stop the warrior...
Urrr...06/11/2012 17:45Posted by VajuGot to love that blue guy, trying to defend this rofl, only a payed person can say.
06/11/2012 17:21Posted by NakatoirI just said that the 230K crit you see here is a lot of damage and that we are not implying that this much damage from one skill is fine.