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Atlantica Online: Build Flexibility, Part Two

SzarkSzark News ManagerAnna Regina, NSPosts: 4,420Member Correspondent Andrew Corpuz writes this second part in his look at build flexibility in Atlantica Online.

Part 2 continues discussing unconventional builds' functionality. Tips on changing one's build, the purpose of flexibility, as well as extreme imbalanced builds are also provided.

Unconventionality in Other Builds
As seen in Part 1, we can apply the ways we created Monk-less and Exorcist-less builds, in forming and improving almost any unconventional build.
Steps to improving the efficacy of an unconventional build:
1. Identify the common strategies that your build sacrifices

2. Explore potential strengths and growth opportunities of your build

3. Be prepared to handle opponents capitalizing on your build's weaknesses

4. Recognize how you can catch opponents off-guard with unconventional play

5. Toy around with your formations and remember the importance of shifting around mercenaries during battle

Read more here.


  • neosapienceneosapience Reno, NVPosts: 164Member

    Atlantica PvP is anything but flexible. The game mechanics force you to make builds that utilize specific classes, such as the monk. Some game mechanics are so overpowering, if you don't utilize them or have a defense against them, you have almost no chance of winning. What's worse, they're always changing the balance of PvP, which can completely destroy the build you've worked so hard to create.

    But by far the worst aspect of PvP is how rich players always dominate. High end items are so ridiculously overpowered (such as the officers shotgun) that they can win you the entire match with just a bit of luck.

    If you don't have a lot of time, patience and money, stay far, far away from Atlantica.


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