How much Agility is to much?

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selfy_74
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Re: How much Agility is to much?

Postby selfy_74 » 28 February 2012, 18:10

Me too, that's why I love hearing about your players. :D

Patje
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Re: How much Agility is to much?

Postby Patje » 28 February 2012, 18:11

Whenever he starts talking about his players, I somehow always start thinking about my own. It's contagious. :P

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HC-Vanselow
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Re: How much Agility is to much?

Postby HC-Vanselow » 28 February 2012, 19:59

:D I'm beaming with pride that I can be such an inspiration to those who grow attached to our various players. I truly enjoy watching the development of all my great players from the Deathshallow Decrypticons King Afrikaisi III (Mummy) to the Guttsburgh Grey Gooses Lionel Pillsbury (A ST 3 'Fling with a penchant for trying to K.O., maim and murder). Feel free to share any news of the unique folks which are gracing your rosters.

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Colonel Panic
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Re: How much Agility is to much?

Postby Colonel Panic » 29 February 2012, 12:48

In response to the OP, I'd keep the skink. He should win some games for you before he passes on. And with Stunty and a Niggling, he'll take care of the bloat eventually :-D

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Monstrum
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Re: How much Agility is to much?

Postby Monstrum » 29 February 2012, 12:50

5 is perfect... 6 is too much
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JimmyFantastic
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Re: How much Agility is to much?

Postby JimmyFantastic » 29 February 2012, 13:53

I think the rest of your team has a big imact on how it works out, AG5 is of course fantastic for elves.
I have had AG5 on an Orc team and didn't get much value out of it, but have an AG6 Wood Elf who is absolutely amazing and game changing.
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Monstrum
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Re: How much Agility is to much?

Postby Monstrum » 29 February 2012, 13:55

what can agi6 do that agi5 cant?
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dode74
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Re: How much Agility is to much?

Postby dode74 » 29 February 2012, 13:58

AG6 can do everything (except passing) in one more TZ than AG5 with the same roll. That can make a difference when it comes to running through a defence.
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Bucc
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Re: How much Agility is to much?

Postby Bucc » 29 February 2012, 13:59

what can agi6 do that agi5 cant?
Everything involving AG rolls except for throwing and leaping.

It is just, that the conditions where AG 6 matters over AG 5 are very situational.

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fiendishrabbit
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Re: How much Agility is to much?

Postby fiendishrabbit » 29 February 2012, 13:59

I think the rest of your team has a big imact on how it works out, AG5 is of course fantastic for elves.
I have had AG5 on an Orc team and didn't get much value out of it, but have an AG6 Wood Elf who is absolutely amazing and game changing.
IMHO it depends on speed of the player more than the rest of the team. High agility is good for moving about or handling the ball.

Name one player with mv7+ that you wouldn't take +AG on?


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