@Mattwo7 Dude, does it really matter? Is there a thread with just camo's then other than this one?
Converse with fellow players
Really want to see the Concert Master in all its forms but it's so damn rare and expensive....
Someone actually has done a post about Concert Master and some of the other expensive camos. You can check out their site here if you want.
Ayy awesome thank you!
Here are pictures of the free camo Sprite's Plight that comes from typing IARKSYOU in the chat.
It's for Soaring blades, Partisan and swords:
Soaring blade: Partisan: Sword:
Too bad the other sword stays on your back when using the partisan or sword.
@AndrlCh Alright I understand what to do now. I already have my Novel gunblade at 8 slots so I'll turn that into the katana and change my current atlas katana into an assault rifle with crit damage as you suggest.
Thanks a lot, I could have seriously gimped myself here.
In most cases, Lifesteal on its own is more than enough to cover you, and the other slots should be more focused on damage-based S-Grade Augments, particularly Precision Will since Braver and Phantom focus on Critical Damage (S1, S2, and S3 Precision Will means an additional 10% damage multiplier on Crits).
Regardless of your choices in S1-S3, from my understanding Rainbow Adversity will only kick in if you take an additional 500 damage after Seagleam activates within its 30 second window, meaning you don't get an instant heal from activating Seagleam and it only has a limited window to activate; contrast this with Lifesteal, which is 30HP per hit per target, meaning that when mobbing, you will more than likely be constantly at full HP, and a multi-hit attack on a boss can easily heal you quickly, especially if your Mag has the Dance SP Action. Plus, ideally you should be avoiding taking that much damage (either by Countering as a Braver or Dodging as a Phantom), so Rainbow Adversity is way more situational.
That said, if you want to try out both for yourself, don't forget that you can grab a Novel Weapon to act as a storage weapon for S4s, so you can always use the S-Grade Augement Transfer option to have both ready to test.
Oh thanks a lot for clarifying about rainbow adversity that it doesn't activate with seagleam. But going precision will 3 times isn't it better to make one of them at least something that increases crit chance since I'm maining Phantom now and as far as I know Phantom's crit chance isn't that high to begin with?
Btw S1: Precision Will is 3% crit damage, why shouldn't I take S1: Augment Will instead which gives me 4% damage all around?
I got an Atlas ex katana and planning to put s1 seagleam for 4% healing, s2 rainbow vitality for 3% healing for a good 7% hp from max health every second for 30 seconds. Now I can't decide whether I should get s4 lifesteal strike or s4 rainbow adversity that gives me 500hp whenever I get 500+ damage on me which should pair well with my s1 and s2 augments.
Anyone know which one is more beneficial for me? 30hp per hit doesn't sound like much and rainbow adversity along with the other 2 augments seemingly makes me immortal. Another route I can go is to just get the S2: Tumultuous Vitality which grants a 10% chance to restore HP equal to 1% of damage dealt with a maximum amount of HP restored 300 along with S4 Lifesteal strike and use the remaining S grade slots for offense.
Any thoughts on the matter before I commit to one or the other?
Up until a while ago I used the one that puts you in focus released with the purple aura, but now it's no longer needed because they buffed the base damage of your focus gauge and the focus release can no longer be maintained and it only adds some extra crit chance now if I'm not mistaken.
So the only ring worth using now imo is the hit count ring and the crit chance ring on your right hand.