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I see Serpent as being about % curing chances based on opponent's priorities, not you breaking your target's system - Which was like, Vadi-M and prior era. Serpent's are objectively in a better position mechanically than they have been for years, and it's only going to get better for them.
I'm not going to argue with you over personal crap on the forums, but I will say: You were inducted into the ACC for the same reason that about 30-40% of it was, because you were friends with enough people in it to get an invite, and were active during induction season and nobody better was around. I am not saying you're terrible, I'm just saying that you're not in the top 10%, and I think the top 10% should be the ones in the ACC. There's nothing wrong with this, as long as you're realistic about it, and don't think you're somehow special because you got tapped. In the entire time I've seen you play serpent, I've never seen you do anything other than backstab/snipe. Ever. I also venom-locked you in exactly two doublestabs, last week (using illusions), leaving me to assume that you're not exactly a curing prodigy either.And I really didn't mean to offend you, but since you're stooping to ridiculous insults as a response to my comment, I have to assume you are offended. I was simply stating that, in general, there are a lot of voices going into the serpent debate, and as far as a lot of us can tell, most of the active, experienced serpents aren't in the communication process, with the exception of Iocun.I'm just afraid that the admin are going to implement more "amazing" ideas like Nechamandra, Execute, and exploding snakes, instead of things that are actually going to leave serpent somewhere playable post-illusion-nerf.
I'm just afraid that the admin are going to implement more "amazing" ideas like Nechamandra, Execute, and exploding snakes, instead of things that are actually going to leave serpent somewhere playable post-illusion-nerf.
Strata said:That being said, @Antonius wanted to know why, if we see this whole situation as all doom&gloom, we didn't put leads in. The answer is, server-side curing came as a complete spontaneous surprise, followed by the very high likelihood that illusion will be removed in the near future, followed by "WELP. CLASSLEADS ARE CLOSED IN LIKE A WEEK. BETTER GET UR SHIT IN BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE." - which, imo, was a pretty lolzy move on IRE's part. It's not hard to see how, if you're serpent, you might at first feel like the class is being screwed over - and personally I think it is going to be in a pretty bad state until at least the next round of leads.
Results of disembowel testing | Knight limb counter | GMCP AB files
Ernam said:@Jovolo Sure man - I've already messaged a few people about applying, and I'd be happy to make a few recommendations as well. Also, my days useless complaints are long overwith. I think people need to realize that there has been a span of 15 years that we've "known each other", and sometimes people change. @Silas
@Jovolo Sure man - I've already messaged a few people about applying, and I'd be happy to make a few recommendations as well. Also, my days useless complaints are long overwith. I think people need to realize that there has been a span of 15 years that we've "known each other", and sometimes people change.
I think the primary intention with voyria is that you use it to prevent passive curing getting somebody out of a lock you've already secured while you finish them off, so they can't sip immunity at that point anyway.
This is all the announcement said: - All forms of passive curing will attempt to cure the VOYRIA affliction first. (from announce #4003)That's the information the rest of sapience is going by. We don't have access to the authoritative theory and discussion that took place regarding the matter. Nor do we have access to the results any of the tests that were undoubtedly performed by the very same experts who discussed such esoteric matters pertaining to the complexities of Achaean combat mechanics.