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4-28-2007 @ 2:44PM
My experience observing others at solo and group play in Outland leads me to believe that most players stick with a subset of skill combinations that worked for them when they were in their forties. We all have standard attack drills that we use repetitively in tactical situations that are repetitive. Dealing with the unexpected or the unusually difficult tactical problem is the hallmark of the superior player. However, many players seem to have difficulty in quickly improvising a quick and effective response in situations that threaten to go very badly for them or their group. Their bag of tricks is much smaller than it should be and this appears to be the result of a failure to experiment with all of their class skills in order to master them. Many experiments will fail but some will yield tactical combinations that can save the day.I still have much to learn and master in playing my L61 hunter. There are shots and shot combinations I have not yet tried because my working set of skill combinations has thus far proven to be extraordinarily successful. I need to experiment more and fail more often if I am to improve my game.
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