Deebo4300 wrote: »
He is better than people realize. His damage with charges is above average. His l1 has 100% ability reduction. His l2 is ridiculous if used correctly. My r5 4* will do over 40k crit damage. Once you reach l2 you parry and charge heavy. When you release heavy you can interrupt the animation with l2, therefore the l2 gets the fury buff from the heavy attack. A very good utility champ when duped because you can’t set him up for specific scenarios with synergy.
DaMunk wrote: »
I'm still learning mine. I have an unduped 5* only at r2 until I get more alphas. I think he'll be an amazing questing champ but have some concerns about using him for aw offense. He needs to parry quite a bit so I'm not sure how the nodes will affect him. Might be a totally unfounded concern but just a thought. He has some amazing synergies, he can turn SW into a monster under certain situations. All around really good champ but don't know how I'll use him yet either. Good luck.
borntohula wrote: »
Have mine (5 star) at rank 3. He will go up pronto. His S2, when properly used, is amazing. He has fantastic abilities, including the glancing mechanism and the option to nullify Unstoppable. If used correctly, he can reverse healing (not as well a Void, but it’s a great extra). He takes hardly any block damage and the animations are pretty fluid too.
Downsides: I think he does have to be duped. Regardless, he’s slightly less straightforward to play (which I personally like) and has a bit of rank up time. Eg, it’s best to go S3 first. Very good for short fights, but really shines in longer ones. Without being crazy OP, like Blade. Whom I hate with a vengeance and doesn’t even feel like a true Marvel character somehow. But, alas, that’s not the topic here.
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