February 11, 2014, 13:10:12 |
Its funny saying something like "UB require a high amount of intelligence"...
Or maybe our imagination of "intelligence" is just far off from each other!
Knowing one strat and which classes you might need doesn´t look like a real Intelligence
heavy task for me... If you use the right Tactic (which are not that complicated or hard to pull off)
only the Gear and Level of the Toons come into relation.
Some ppl obviously think you need high amounts of Brain cells to know what happens in Wakfu Fights, but in truth its just pretty simple and mostly the same.
Even the praised UB´s are not that special...
To give an example :
Excarnus : Just Focus him to get the Kill in 1-3 Rounds (Depending on your Dmg Output)
Milkar : Just Focus him and try to split a bit up, Tank sac can become Handy if you
avoid the pushback and lock him.
Black Crow : Just Stay behind the Stones in Phase 1 and Attack out from Cover. Block his sight with
Summons and puppets to avoid getting hit and prepare with leaving your cover before he
gets under 4000hp. And then comes the important part!!!... no just kidding...
Just Focus him until he die.
Magmog : Use Panda to Surround him and maybe protect Healer... Water Dmg is definately very
helpful! And now... guess what?
Just Focus him until he die
Dragon Pig : Well Ankama made him a lot thougher then the others. Best Tactic is to keep him
busy with 1-2 Tanks (If you have Earth Sadida it could be done by 1 Sac i guess)
Remove his Range with the Cra Passiv and care of the Belligerence.
Beside that... Just Focus him until he die.
Beside those little Tactical guidelines its just the same as cast around 3 Spells and wait 2 Minutes until your on the Row again...
You can easily do every of these UB´s while doing differenct Things on this Computer... and just come back to the Wakfu Tab for your Turn, which will be no Problem since you have 30 Seconds to do your Stuff.
If someone is able to show me that this require much of IQ or Brain investment and co. than plz go for it and prove it.
This post has been edited by Dan1e7 - February 11, 2014, 13:10:51.