How much Agility is to much?

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Re: How much Agility is to much?

Postby Monstrum » 29 February 2012, 14:01

how often are you going to be picking up the ball in or dodging through multiple tackle zones? personally i'd rather have 2 agi 5 elves than 1 agi4 and 1 agi6
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Re: How much Agility is to much?

Postby Bucc » 29 February 2012, 14:02


Name one player with mv7+ that you wouldn't take +AG on?
Any AG 4 player, already having a + AG.

Or depending on your team. Many times, if there is already a good ballhandler (AG 4+) on a bashteam, I would often let down the +AG if playing in a TV matching matchmaker.

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Re: How much Agility is to much?

Postby dode74 » 29 February 2012, 14:02

how often are you going to be picking up the ball in or dodging through multiple tackle zones?
Happens quite a lot with my DE team.
personally i'd rather have 2 agi 5 elves than 1 agi4 and 1 agi6
As would I, but you don't get to choose who rolls what. Depending on the skills taken I'd rather have an AG4 and an AG6 than an AG4 and an AG5.
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Re: How much Agility is to much?

Postby Bucc » 29 February 2012, 14:04

how often are you going to be picking up the ball in or dodging through multiple tackle zones? personally i'd rather have 2 agi 5 elves than 1 agi4 and 1 agi6
Sure. Normally I would also let down AG 6. But being able to dodge more easily away from diving tackle, is quite neat.
There is also catching the ball in TZ, where AG 6 matters over AG 5. Intercepting.

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Re: How much Agility is to much?

Postby Monstrum » 29 February 2012, 14:21

clawpomb doesn't differentiate between agi6 and agi5... i'd rather take something thats gonna let my agi5 guy live longer (fend, sidestep)... maybe if we played some version with lots of passing and interceptions and flowers and bunnies
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Re: How much Agility is to much?

Postby Bucc » 29 February 2012, 14:24

Yes, so would I. But don't frame it into something else here. You asked where AG 6 matters over AG 5. That was what was answered.

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Re: How much Agility is to much?

Postby dode74 » 29 February 2012, 14:29

I'd rather take leap, personally, to aid mobility both on offence and defence. That wasn't the question, though, as Bucc pointed out.
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Re: How much Agility is to much?

Postby Monstrum » 29 February 2012, 14:33

ok let me rephrase... i think you would get more benefit from a skill than from an extra point of agi once you hit agi5.... even a wardancer who already has blodge and leap still needs tackle/strip ball/side step/fend etc etc etc
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Re: How much Agility is to much?

Postby dode74 » 29 February 2012, 14:36

I agree, depending on the skills already on the player. Which is why I said "depending on the skills taken".
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Re: How much Agility is to much?

Postby JimmyFantastic » 29 February 2012, 18:03

how often are you going to be picking up the ball in or dodging through multiple tackle zones? personally i'd rather have 2 agi 5 elves than 1 agi4 and 1 agi6
Well my Orc hardly ever used his AG5 but my AG6 Wood Elf can recover the ball wherever it scatters to after a WD or LBolt hit so I dodge through multiple TZs and pick up in multiple TZs with him quite a lot.
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