After a long departure from the game, I have once more returned and to be honest many things have changed and combat is now super –fast- ! Therefore, during the last two weeks, I have been sparring with random people to get a better overview of things as well as building up my offensive as I go. Now that I have a –very- basic feel for low/mid-tier combat I have decided it is time to begin asking people, "what did I do wrong in that fight?" AND "What did I do right?” The overall response has been you heal very well, you output damage fine, however your priority list needs reworked. Therefore, I added in new whispers and moved a few around just to test things out, sadly I kind of hit a bit of a dead end with it, so I am here to seek advice from other Bloodborn and competent fighters in the game. I am not looking for scripts or anything of the sort; I will do that end of things on my own.
What I do however need is a few pointers about what I need to whisper first, in this regard I am going to show a current set of venom and whispers I send in order to see if I could maybe swap a few around.
This is the order I tend to whisper in:
Basic venom I use:
Rituals and stuff:
As part of my strategies I employee all the standard rituals and aim for good old mindsurge/painted scythe to pressure mana/clotting. This however seems to have been slightly nerfed from what I can gather as I am not really causing as much bleed as I use too. In this regard, I added in MINDBURROW to fire once a target hits around 55-65% mana and has between 5-8 afflictions on them. The whole idea as far as I can tell is to give a knock to the other player’s mana pool. Other than this, I am kind of at a loss as to where to go now.
So advice please as I have not played in a long time and people seem to be curing like no tomorrow and to be blunt I am struggling at this point to get peoples mana to drop or afflictions to stick.
On a side note, wish this class did not requires so much investment in artifacts to match up slash/whisper speeds.
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