Maxing out 4* unduped Nick Fury or 4* unduped Archangel?

Maxing out 4* unduped Nick Fury or 4* unduped Archangel? 15 votes

Nick Fury
26%
abiew78Dead1H3t3rMephisto 4 votes
Archangel
73%
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  • FreeToPlay_21FreeToPlay_21 Posts: 1,594 ★★★★
    Neither. Both need their awakened ability.
  • iRetr0iRetr0 Posts: 1,252 ★★★★
    I would wait until one of their awakening, but AA still got the damage with his Nuerotoxins
  • HaythamHaytham Posts: 52
    i reached a point that i can't progress any more in the game, so i don't have any other choices.
  • FhfjghhggggjfhfjgFhfjghhggggjfhfjg Posts: 4,492 ★★★★★
    Archangel

    Neither. Both need their awakened ability.

    Aa is still awesome unawakened
  • HaythamHaytham Posts: 52
    i recently used Archangel as a main champ, but i heard about the magnificent bleeding effect of Nick Fury when maxed out, is that right.
  • OctoberstackOctoberstack Posts: 865 ★★★★
    Which part of the story are you stuck on?

    I have both champs as 4* and have used them both for a long while before finally duping them. Unawakened, I’d say AA definitely has the upper hand when it comes to finishing fights quickly with crazy DoT, but only against champs who can both bleed and be poisoned. If they’re vulnerable to both, you can easy overcome most matchups, and his long reach is great for baiting and punishing heavies (useful when the opponent is stun immune). I’d also say he’s a bit more straightforward to use than Fury, so another important aspect to consider is how comfortable you are with each of their playstyles.

    As for Fury, he has a certain edge over unawakened AA when it comes to utility, as he is auto-block stun-immune, can lower defensive ability accuracy (SP1 disorient), bypass evade/miss (5+ tact charges), shrug off debuffs (10+ charges + heavy), and become unblockable (15+ charges). There are a couple different ways you can play Fury, and he is definitely both fun to use and very effective across a lot of different matchups even without the dupe, although you do need to know what you’re doing and will often find yourself having to quickly adapt or improvise mid-fight. His bleed damage is nice (especially if you get deep wounds going and hit MLLLL combos), but is obviously his overall damage output is much less compared to his duped counterpart.

    Tldr: if it can bleed and be poisoned, unduped AA will be your saviour, especially with his relative ease of use. Unduped Fury is slightly harder to use and lacks the same damage output, but carries more utility if you can play him right.

    Hope this helps, feel free to hmu if you have any more questions!
  • HaythamHaytham Posts: 52
    Ya_Boi_28 said:

    Haytham said:

    i reached a point that i can't progress any more in the game, so i don't have any other choices.

    How so?

    always waiting for monthly events to get 5 star crystal shards (since i can't progress in Act 5), beside waiting for the daily calendar prizes, so those my best two options to upgrade until any further changes.
  • EtjamaEtjama Posts: 7,981 ★★★★★
    Archangel
    AA I'd still a great option unawakened. If they were duped, I'd go Nick.
  • HaythamHaytham Posts: 52
    Ya_Boi_28 said:

    Haytham said:

    i reached a point that i can't progress any more in the game, so i don't have any other choices.

    How so?

    always waiting for monthly events to get 5 star crystal shards (since i can't progress in Act 5), beside waiting for the daily calendar prizes, so this is my current position, and AA NF are my best two champs to upgrade until now
  • HaythamHaytham Posts: 52

    Which part of the story are you stuck on?

    I have both champs as 4* and have used them both for a long while before finally duping them. Unawakened, I’d say AA definitely has the upper hand when it comes to finishing fights quickly with crazy DoT, but only against champs who can both bleed and be poisoned. If they’re vulnerable to both, you can easy overcome most matchups, and his long reach is great for baiting and punishing heavies (useful when the opponent is stun immune). I’d also say he’s a bit more straightforward to use than Fury, so another important aspect to consider is how comfortable you are with each of their playstyles.

    As for Fury, he has a certain edge over unawakened AA when it comes to utility, as he is auto-block stun-immune, can lower defensive ability accuracy (SP1 disorient), bypass evade/miss (5+ tact charges), shrug off debuffs (10+ charges + heavy), and become unblockable (15+ charges). There are a couple different ways you can play Fury, and he is definitely both fun to use and very effective across a lot of different matchups even without the dupe, although you do need to know what you’re doing and will often find yourself having to quickly adapt or improvise mid-fight. His bleed damage is nice (especially if you get deep wounds going and hit MLLLL combos), but is obviously his overall damage output is much less compared to his duped counterpart.

    Tldr: if it can bleed and be poisoned, unduped AA will be your saviour, especially with his relative ease of use. Unduped Fury is slightly harder to use and lacks the same damage output, but carries more utility if you can play him right.

    Hope this helps, feel free to hmu if you have any more questions!

    ch 5.1.1
  • Lvernon15Lvernon15 Posts: 11,584 ★★★★★
    Wait, both need the dupe to be worth r5
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