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Hulud
Whats the best you ever got for 'may not leave the warrior bracket'?
duncanmatthias
QUOTE(Hulud @ Mar 17 2015, 12:11 AM) *
Whats the best you ever got for 'may not leave the warrior bracket'?


You get a fair bit from that, it has good legs.

Also contemplate may never leave combat, I can tell you that goes a long long way, it will however have a negative impact on your res chance.

I do however advise against may not parry on reflection

Rgds

Duncan
Dave
Activley*
duncanmatthias
QUOTE(Dave @ Mar 17 2015, 08:10 AM) *
Activley*


Parry, actively parry it's much of a muchness
DavidFisher
QUOTE(Hulud @ Mar 17 2015, 12:11 AM) *
Whats the best you ever got for 'may not leave the warrior bracket'?


Buy as scout... true story

smile.gif

David
duncanmatthias
Back to the question tho,

Broadly you are looking for

A 6-9 point damage reduction that applies all the time (the armour you wear should change the cost of this)

25% rage all the time that can be increased to 33/66% useing 25%/50% rage innates

You want 1/3 off weapon blows in your 1-6 multirace, maybe increasing to 1/2 in 7th+8th

If you are willing to forgo big damage grades you can probably up this a little bit as well.

Rgds

Duncan
RichFromant
Cannot leave the bracket restrictions aren't as restrictive as battlemaster restrictions, which limit you a lot more. A lot of the stuff Duncan mentions above is post battle master or equivelent type restrictions.

I always find the best plan with warriors is to set your stall out early with the route you want to go. If you made your mind up on B class battlemaster for example, stick it in your tradition that you can only go battlemaster so GSM knows your plans.
Rob
QUOTE(duncanmatthias @ Mar 17 2015, 08:24 AM) *
Parry, actively parry it's much of a muchness



I did say that being Lord Knigjt was better as Banquo than as Genie-Boy

"Lord Knight may always use this sword to parry"

Rob
duncanmatthias
QUOTE(Rob @ Mar 17 2015, 11:39 AM) *
I did say that being Lord Knigjt was better as Banquo than as Genie-Boy

"Lord Knight may always use this sword to parry"

Rob


I had also thought that through briefly, not sure the Templars would like the "pick up that sword and hit him" single minded approach to war tho wink.gif

Duncan
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