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8-17-2011 @ 10:37AM
You probably right about 4/1 mooncloth set, but i must say, that it all depends on your comp, in 1v1 its obvious op the 4/1, but in arena, you’ll find that with that set, you’ll lose a lot of burst damage, and that my friend (in my opinion) is just too much price to pay.I´ve played arena with 4/1 mooncloth; 5 satin; 3 satin 2 mooncloth (for the extra 400 res), and i must say that all combinations of sets are good, BUT it all depends on your playing style, for example, 4/1 is great if you play defensive style, 3/2 is just almost for the same style but you have a bit more burst, and 5 satin, is amazing if you know how to play pretty offensive (without getting killed), you need to know exactly how to stay alive if your being focused, keep melee and ranged out (silence, fear, psychic horror (remember it disarms), dispersion, and paralysis is a must have with all satin), so we have enough tricks to stay alive.In conclusion what I’m trying to say, is that is not true that 4/1 is the only way to go for a SP (especially on arenas), because it all will depend on your playing style and your comp. BTW I find offensive playing more fun, and if you do your job well, you’ll be surprised how good SP can be in arenas.
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